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Cotgrave: New industrial park gets the green light

Nottingham developer Decorum Estates has been given the green light to begin work on a new light industrial park in Cotgrave.

11 units will be built at Decorum Park in the town, with the site exclusively marketed by NG Chartered Surveyors.

Decorum bought the site last year from Wilson Bowden / Homes England, who were represented on the deal by Mark Tomlinson at FHP.

NG acted for Decorum Estates on the deal.

Thomas Szymkiw, Head of Agency at NG and his colleague Charlotte Steggles, Associate Director, are marketing the project.

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Thomas said: “It’s great news that Decorum Park has been granted planning permission. From day one we’ve received particularly strong interest in this site.

“Decorum is a high-quality developer and this new scheme will bring forward some of the finest light industrial units in the East Midlands.

“Cotgrave is an up-and-coming town and its excellent transport links and local amenities mean that these units are perfect for ambitious companies looking to make a real statement with their next property move.

Charlotte added: “It’s so rare that units like this are built to be sold as opposed to let. They are perfect for small businesses or SIPP investors, and the quality of this project will be ahead of anything else in the Rushcliffe area.”

Chris Carlisle, Director at Decorum Estates, added: “We are delighted to have secured planning and bring the scheme forward. Decorum Park offers a unique opportunity to purchase quality business units in this part of Nottinghamshire. Please get in touch with NG for further details.”

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