Broadhelm Business Park provides
a new mixed use development
totalling 22 acres and is strategically
located between York and Hull.
The development also benefits from
main road prominence, with frontage
onto the York to Hull Road (A1709).
Phase 1 of the development has already
attracted a Shell Petrol Station comprising
of Costa Coffee, Subway and NISA Today as
concessions and a Starbucks Drive-Thru is
Phase 2 of the development is underway,
including Helmsley Court which comprises
9 new speculatively constructed units ranging
in size from 1,000 - 3,000 sq. ft (93 - 279 sq.m).
Phase 2 also includes further land which can
accommodate new trade counter / warehouse /
industrial units from 3,000 - 16,000 sq. ft
(279 - 1,486 sq. m) available on a design & build basis.
The first two trade counter occupiers have already
been secured being Howdens and Home-fit.
Further phases include a further 7 acres of development
land which can accommodate warehouse / industrial
premises of up to 100,000 sq. ft (9,290 sq. m) on a design
and build basis.
Finally, Broadhelm Park comprises a highly prominent
1.5 acre development plot at the front of the scheme,
which subject to planning can accommodate an office,
showroom, retail or leisure occupier.