Sewell Group to build Yorkshire business park

Vania Goncalves 21 Jun 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Sewell Group has unveiled plans for the construction of a new business park in Yorkshire, UK.

Sewell is partnering with telecommunications company MS3 Networks and developer Chiltern Groupon proposals for the development.

A pre-application consultation has been undertaken with East Riding of Yorkshire Council and a project team has been appointed to prepare an outline planning application to submit later this year.

Early proposals for the project include a mixture of space for businesses operating in key strategic sectors for the region, a further/higher education space and associated accommodation, an energy centre and a data centre.

Rob Cawkwell, Sewell’s project director, said: “It is at the very early stages and we are very keen to engage with all stakeholders, as well as ensuring good dialogue with both East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull local authorities.

“This is a strategic site for the Humber Estuary, which is the first of its kind in Yorkshire, bringing together businesses, data, energy and education all in one place.

“We are in it for the long haul and we are committed to local labour, with a proven track record of investing in the region to create economic and social impact.”

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