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and eating destination in South Yorkshire, can now sample locally-sourced food produced by the next generation of culinary professionals following the launch of a new commercial and training restaurant on the site.


isitors to the outlets on the Onyx Retail Park, the successful shopping

Pizza and Subway at the Onyx Retail Park in offering a plethora of delectable dishes which cater for almost any taste. Griffin Grill’s Front of House Manager

and Catering & Hospitality Tutor, Darren Foden, said: “Opening at the Onyx Retail Park has so far proven a great success and a fantastic learning environment for our students and apprentices. It is a busy, thriving park catering for a huge number of diners thanks to the abundance of businesses in the area. We also see a good number of visitors and families from the nearby residential estates.” Built by Onward Holdings Ltd on the

Dearne Valley College has opened

Griffin Grill which will offer diners another high quality eatery with a traditional menu that is created and served by the college’s talented students and apprentices, overseen by a team of industry experienced chefs. The fully-licensed Griffin Grill joins

Marina Fish & Chips, Thai Garden Café, Coffee Street, Yo Yo Noodle, Domino’s

former Manvers colliery at Wath-Upon- Deane, mid-way between Barnsley and Rotherham, the site boasts an impressive selection of different businesses that have set up shop, encompassing restaurants, fast food chains and retail shopping including leading convenience store SPAR and award-winning Greggs the Baker. Adjacent to 1,100 homes the Onyx

Retail Park is surrounded by industrial development which has resulted in the site providing many of the services needed by householders and firms in the surrounding area without the need often for even a car journey.


yden has signed up five new tenants for Industrious resulting in 100% occupancy at Enterprise Park Industrial Estate in Leeds. The units were placed on the market towards the end of 2015

and the new tenants were all secured within a four-month period. The new occupiers are Jolanta, Hydraserve UK Ltd, ARK Metal

Works, Elite Maintenance and Techno Ventilation. Rents in the region of £5.50 per sq ft were achieved for each unit, which ranged in size from 1,378 sq ft to 2,028 sq ft. Surveyor Jake Pygall at Ryden commented: “We’ve seen an

increase in activity in the industrial market in Leeds, particularly for small units available on flexible terms; which our client was able to offer at Enterprise Park Industrial Estate.”


uilding and civil engineering company Britcon has been appointed to deliver the £2.3 million civil engineering and

construction package for a new £13.8 million product line for Kemira Chemicals UK Ltd as part of an expansion at its 34-acre plant in Bradford West Yorkshire. Kemira Chemicals UK Ltd is part of the global Kemira

business which serves customers in water-intensive industries. In 2014, Kemira had annual revenue of EUR 2.1 billion and around 4,250 employees. Engie Fabricom, which designed the new 4,700 sq.m facility,

has brought in Britcon due to its considerable expertise in process led civil and build projects. Britcon will provide a one stop solution for the project including civils and steelwork for a 13-metre-high process building, a tank farm, tanker unloading area and fire water collection pit with external drainage and hardstandings.


he award-winning Sheffield-based property agency Commercial Property

Partners (CPP) has advised on the sale of an 88,480 sq ft distribution warehouse with offices in Barnsley for £3.5 million. CPP agreed the sale within less than

four weeks of the building at Meadow Gate, Valley Park Estate, going on the market. CPP were instructed as sole selling agents by Sematic UK, a leading manufacturer and supplier of elevator components. The property has been bought by Crescent Pharma, a pharmaceutical distribution business. Toby Vernon, partner with CPP,

commented: “We received significant interest in the building from a number of parties as soon as it went to the market. That demonstrates the strong demand from owner occupiers for good quality, modern buildings and the shortage of available stock. “We managed to negotiate the sale to

Crescent Pharma quickly who were keen to secure the building in light of the other interest,” he added. Steve Brunton, Managing Director of

Sematic UK, commented: “We are delighted to have secured a sale of the property so quickly and the speed at which CPP attracted interest was impressive”.


avills has added to its property management team with the appointment of Will Brown

who joins as a surveyor in the firm’s Cambridge office. Will has over eight years of experience in the property sector, having previously worked in West Suffolk for both Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury Councils. Originally from a multi- discipline practice, his most recent position

involved managing and promoting Local Government property. At Savills, Will will be assisting with the day-to-day management of properties across the East Anglia region. Nick Mager, head of property management at Savills

Cambridge, comments: “We are very pleased to welcome Will, whose valuable knowledge and expertise will allow us to continue to provide a first class service to our clients.”


he official launch of R-evolution, Gateway 36 Business Park took place this week. Commercial property agents took part in a tour

of the new development of high-quality industrial units, located directly off the Dearne Valley Parkway to the south of Barnsley. The launch was marked by short speeches from Barnsley

Council Leader Cllr Sir Stephen Houghton CBE and Ian Ball, Director of Asset Management at Harworth Estates, the company which has been working in partnership with Barnsley Council to develop the business park. The R-evolution site, situated on 15 acres of land, is strategically

located by Junction 36 of the M1 and has been designed to meet the region’s rising demand for new industrial units. Three units ranging from 13,000 sq.ft to 30,000 sq.ft have now been built and are available for lease. Further development is also planned for the site.


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