North Yorkshire development welcomes businesses after bridge restoration
Commercial and industrial development site Dalton New Bridge is now open for business following the opening up of the site by a highway project.
Already home to companies such as Wagg Foods, National Tube Stockholders (NTS) and The Wetherby Group, a £4.1m highway regeneration project opened the former Dalton Airfield site up to further development by restoring a connecting bridge.
Marketed by Leeds property consultancy Dove Haigh Phillips (DHP), Dalton New Bridge will offer 66 acres of bespoke commercial and industrial units and is anticipated to attract a range of sectors to the area, creating jobs for people in the local areas of Hambleton and Thirsk.
Mike Dove, partner with DHP, added: “This is one of the premier development sites to come to market in Yorkshire this year. It has tremendous potential, with immediate access to the national motorway network, recently improved by multi-million pound highway upgrades. A proven location has just got even better.”
Lindsay Ross, spokesman for the owners of Dalton New Bridge, added: “This is a very exciting development opportunity, which will provide a timely boost to the North Yorkshire economy, creating hundreds of jobs and leading to valuable inward investment.”
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