Lancashire County Council has completed two industrial units of 168,000 sq ft each after the original premises were destroyed by fire.
The high bay units at the 130-acre Lancashire Business Park in Leyland are now being marketed through Jones Lang LaSalle and Lambert Smith Hampton in Manchester. The buildings could be split to create smaller units of 75,000 sq ft, or could be combined to create a 332,000 sq ft unit, one of the few new sheds available in the region at that size.
Dan Burn, director at Jones Lang LaSalle, said: "We are able to offer build-to-suit development of up to 60,000 sq ft on two other plots on the estate. There is a first class environment at Lancashire Business Park with ample parking and a 24-hour security presence."
The business park is owned by Lancashire County Developments, the council's economic development company.
One unit was constructed by Conlon, the other by Keepmoat. A 450,000 sq ft shed on the same site was destroyed by fire in December 2011.