Plethora of shed deals in North Wales – Logistics Manager Magazine

Plethora of shed deals in North Wales – Logistics Manager Magazine


Three deals have been completed on Zone 2 of Deeside Industrial Estate in North Wales following the latest phase of refurbishment.

The Temporary Kitchen Company has taken Unit 37, measuring 12,178 sq ft, for an NHS contract while utilities contractor MJ Quinn Integrated Services has taken the 20,050 sq ft Unit 3, for a local utilities contract.

Home craft beer, wine and fermented food manufacturer, has taken 26,540 sq ft on Unit 19. The company is expanding its warehouse accommodation to support its main facility in Ellesmere Port.

Further phases of extensive refurbishment are planned to provide available accommodation of 5,700 sq ft, 10,000 sq ft and 27,000 sq ft.

Deeside Industrial Park is off the A548/A550, two miles from the end of the M56 which provides access to the national motorway and road networks servicing North Wales and the North West. Z2 comprises a 105-acre site providing 850,000 sq ft of industrial, warehouse and manufacturing accommodation.

Mark Diaper, director at Legat Owen, said: “We are currently identifying a new wave of requirements from firms who are performing well in these market conditions. Our client Columbia Threadneedle is continually investing in the site, not least with the purchase of dedicated electric security vehicles for the site, and that has proven to be an attractive proposition for businesses looking to grow.

With planning secured for 102,967 sq ft of new space for two new buildings, there are both design and build properties as well as oven ready space for businesses to move into.

Deeside is currently situated within a Tier II Grant Assisted Area and qualifying projects may be eligible for grant support.

Legat Owen is letting agent.

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