Chancerygate starts to release Carlisle plots

Industrial developer Chancerygate has brought two sites to market on behalf of Carlisle City Council, the first under its asset management agreement with the local authority which began late last year.

Agent Carigiet Cowen has been appointed to market the prominent sites close to J44 of the M6. Both sites are part of the Kingstown Industrial Estate and Parkhouse Business Park, which Chancerygate manages for the council. The estates cover 200 acres and are home to more than 140 occupiers.

The sites are each around 2.8 acres large. Expressions of interest are being sought for bespoke design-and-build opportunities which Chancerygate will build-out and then lease to occupiers.

Mike Walker, development director, said: “Chancerygate is committed to adding value to Carlisle City Council’s commercial property portfolio. As experienced developers who have carried out a wide range of developments across the UK we firmly believe we are in a position to work with occupiers and end users to maximise the potential of both of these exciting development opportunities.

“We have appointed Carigiet Cowen as they bring a strong local presence having been instrumental in many of the lettings which have taken place at Parkhouse, Kingstown and Kingmoor Park over the past 10 years-plus.”

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