We’re bringing forward ambitious plans for a sophisticated logistics management site with autonomous business units, including professional functions, next to the A1.
Once completed and fully occupied, we anticipate that the development could create over 6,000 jobs on site and over 2,600 further jobs in the associated supply chain, delivering significant economic growth opportunities within Bassetlaw.
The site is approximately 462 acres with a net developable area of approximately 296 acres. Its close proximity to the strategic network provides excellent benefits, and is exceptionally well placed to offer businesses ready access to nearby cities as well as to major ports, the West and East Midlands and Greater Manchester regions.
A 460 acre site for the creation of a new employment park of national significance, delivering over 4 million sq ft of prime distribution/logistics accommodation.
The site sits at the interchange of the A1 and A57, just one and half miles outside of Worksop and approximately three miles from Retford. The site will provide high quality commercial space in close proximity to significant transport infrastructure and in an area with good local access to labour. It has the capacity to deliver single units well in excess of 1m sq ft.
This prestigious development, a joint venture between Caddick Group Plc and Oakgate Group Plc, will provide 339,000 sq.ft. of retail floor space in this very attractive location.
The centre will be home to York’s first John Lewis and a flagship M&S store – both taking 130,000 sq.ft. spaces over two floors – as well as Next. There will also be tenants for four restaurants and four kiosks, the whole complex being served by a large central car park.
In a separate project at the site the Joint Venture Partnership will be creating a sports facility which will serve the community and provide a home for York City FC and the York City Knights rugby league team.
A sustainable extension to Selby delivering up to 1,000 dwellings and a range of education, leisure and retail facilities
The site incorporates much needed housing along side a new employment park. Delivery of this will be enabled by significant infrastructure works (supported by a successful HIF application) including the implementation of a compressive flood management plan.
Caddick has secured outline planning permission for its multi-million pound 685,000 sq ft Quarry Hill scheme.
Quarry Hill, which is adjacent to West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds College of Music, BBC studios, Northern Ballet Head Quarters and is opposite the new Victoria Gate scheme, looks set to be another key development in the regeneration of Leeds City Centre’s Cultural Quarter.
The proposal includes 106,000 sq ft of offices, 35,000 sq ft leisure, in excess of 700 residential units, a multi-storey car park, 7,500 sq ft retail facilities, a medical centre and a series of vibrant public squares.
A 550-acre site to deliver over 500 new homes and 4 million sq. ft. of prime distribution/logistics accommodation.
The site sits at the interchange of the A1(M) and M62 and will deliver high quality commercial space which will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the wider area. Once consented, the site will be delivered by Caddick Developments alongside sister company Caddick Construction.
Its strategic importance is emphasised by the fact that is one of very few sites nationally with the capacity to deliver single units of up to 2 million sq. ft.
Caddick was the preferred developer for the latest phase of development at this, one of the North East’s premier business parks.
The £27 million scheme comprised two grade A office buildings, totalling 52,000 sq.ft., plus 12 industrial units totalling 187,000 sq.ft. All have been awarded BREEAM ‘excellent’ status, the industry benchmark for sustainability.
The entire scheme was forward-sold to CBRE Investors.
Caddick has completed phase one of the £100million prime distribution/logistics scheme Crosspoint33, located immediately off Junction 33 of the M62 near Wakefield.
Phase one of the development is home to the new UK processing and distribution centre for TJX Europe, the parent company of retail brand TK Maxx and HomeSense, providing more than 1.2m sq. ft. of accommodation. Once fully operational the building will provide up to 1,800 local jobs.
The project was delivered by Caddick Developments, with sister company Caddick Construction undertaking all building works. The TJX Europe building has been forward sold to specialist logistics investor Tritax.