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Nottingham

Local Company Builds for Future Growth


Nottingham, 22nd June 2011 - A new 15,000 sq ft design and build manufacturing unit has been completed by Henry Boot Developments Ltd for Chesterfield based MSE Hillier, which is relocating its business to make way for future growth.  Jones Lang LaSalle acted on behalf of Henry Boot.
 
Constructed on Henry Boot Developments 200 acre Markham Vale Business Park in Derbyshire, MSE Hillier which specialises in the supply and rental of centrifuges and sludge dewatering equipment, also has the option to take an additional 15,000 sq ft of space.  This will be used to accommodate its anticipated expansion from 15 to 40 plus employees in the coming months.
 
Ben Ward, senior development surveyor at Henry Boot Developments said: “The Design and Build market is a growth area and one which we can demonstrate a proven track record in.  By working with MSE Hillier to create a new facility to meet its exact requirements, we are enabling their business to operate more effectively and plan for future expansion whilst also securing the future of Markham Vale as a key business location.”
 
Built to a ‘Very Good’ BREEAM rating, with a B, EPC rating,  MSE Hillier’s new facility meets Henry Boots Developments own targets to make Markham Vale one of the greenest business parks in the UK.  State- of-the-art renewable technologies such as rainwater harvesting and photo voltaic panels have been used to help reduce running costs for occupiers.  A number of carbon offsetting schemes are also in place on the business park.
 
Markham Vale is one of the largest commercial parks in the Midlands and North, offering direct access to the M1 Motorway via a dedicated new junction – J29A.