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Station Place

55,000 sq ft of brand new industrial space in Newton Aycliffe available April 2022

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Station Place is a £4.8 million scheme now under construction at Merchant Park, a wider £90m, 65-acre development scheme in Newton Aycliffe. The industrial estate is conveniently located just off J59 of the A1(M) and is also home to Hitachi Rail.

The new industrial units will deliver 55,000 sq ft of new industrial space to support new and expanding businesses in Newton Aycliffe. There will be a total nine new industrial units starting from 5,000 sq ft.

Merchant Park is a proven location with the Hitachi Rail Freight terminal and manufacturing facility. Moreover Newton Aycliffe is home to many international companies including Husqvarna, Gestamp Tallent, Lidl and Compound Photonics.

New high spec industrial units from 5,000 sq ft

Accommodation

Block Asq ft
Unit 15,000
Unit 25,000
Unit 35,000
Unit 45,000
Unit 510,000
Block Bsq ft
Unit 65,000
Unit 75,000
Unit 85,000
Unit 910,000

Specification

Units will be finished to a modern specification to include the following:

High quality industrial/warehouse units​​

Eaves height from 7.0m

1 level access loading door

37 Kva power

Floor loading capacity of 30 kN/m2

Fitted office space inc. WC facilities

Super-fast fibre optic broadband

Dedicated car parking

Shared service yard

All services connected

Capacity to install electric charging points

Planning

Consent has been granted for industrial use (Class B uses) with associated vehicular parking, pedestrian access and yard under application DM/20/02064/FPA.

Lease Terms

Rent available upon application with terms to be agreed on an effective full repairing and insuring basis, subject to contract.

Station Place is owned by Durham County Council and managed by Business Durham, the business support service for Durham County Council.

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