Aerial photo of Dalton New Bridge.
Aerial photo of Dalton New Bridge.
Tegan Chapman

31 acres under offer at North Yorkshire employment estate

Land at a new and pioneering commercial and industrial development site in North Yorkshire is now under offer.

The site near Thirsk is a proven home for manufacturing, engineering, distribution and the food industry.

Last month Yorkshire animal feed manufacturer I’Anson announced its intention to build a major new production facility on site, subject to planning permission.

Mike Dove, partner with leading Leeds-based property consultancy Dove, Haigh Phillips (DHP), who are marketing DNB, said: “This week we can confirm that further transactions with potential occupiers, who cannot be named yet, have been agreed and that 31 acres are now under offer.

“This is a resounding endorsement of DNB, a superbly-located site which we only started marketing this spring, following the completion of the new bridge and approach road.

“This opened up the land, providing an excellent modern link to the adjacent highway network.

“We expect that Dalton New Bridge will be delivering a wide range of quality employment buildings for both purchasers and tenants within the near future.”

“This is one of the premier development sites to come to market in Yorkshire this year,” he added.

“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, director with the owners of The Dalton New Bridge Estate, added: “We have been absolutely delighted with the immediate and strong interest that has been shown in our development since it was launched a couple of months ago.

“We believe that our site is highly attractive to suit dynamic businesses, given its strategic location and ability to accommodate large scale operations.

“Dalton New Bridge is a very exciting employment development opportunity, which will provide a timely boost to the North Yorkshire economy, creating hundreds of jobs and leading to valuable inward investment. We are now open for business.”

Land is available on a freehold basis with plots on offer from five acres to buildings up to 400,000 sq ft. The entire 66-acre site has been proposed for employment use within the upcoming revised Hambleton Local Plan.

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