Trebor and Maple Grove Developments have secured detailed consent for an 87,000 sq ft industrial scheme in Deeside billed as Boundary Park.
The site is situated within the Deeside Enterprise Zone, with the cost of construction supported by a development grant from the Welsh Government. Eric Wright Construction, part of the same group as MGD, is to start work soon on buildings of between 10,000 sq ft and 50,000 sq ft, in a scheme designed by AJA Architects.
Units will be available on a leasehold or freehold basis, with completion expected this autumn.
Bob Tattrie, managing partner for Trebor Developments, said on behalf of the JV: “Achieving this significant milestone will allow us to proceed with this major industrial scheme that will provide regeneration in the Deeside area and quality new accommodation to meet occupiers’ requirements.”
Ken Skates, economy and transport secretary in the Welsh Government, said: “My Economic Action plan emphasises the importance of high quality property in supporting and facilitating business expansion by ensuring we have investment-ready sites and premises at key locations across Wales.
“I will keep pushing to ensure that through further potential interventions, be it as part of the North Wales Growth bid or other funding and support avenues, this will be the first of many such positive developments here in 2019.”
Legat Owen and Cushman & Wakefield are joint agents on the project.