Redhouse Interchange is situated just off J38 of the A1(M). It is a greenfield site which totals 200 acres, employs over 1,200 staff and has outline planning permission for B1, B2, B8 and C1 uses.
Already home to one of the largest distribution centres in the North of England (B&Q), the site still has a lot to offer.
Companies based at Redhouse Interchange
Companies based here and available sites include:
B&Q Distribution Centre
This centre creating an investment of over £50million for Doncaster.
The distribution centre totals nearly 800,000 sq. ft. and there are 900 staff employed at the B&Q site.
This warehouse/office was built as a speculative scheme, which was the largest of its time. DFS occupied the building and has since expanded the office section by a further 30,000 sq. ft. The building totals 120,000 sq. ft. and DFS employs around 250 staff at this site.
This warehouse totals 60,000 sq. ft. and is built on a two acre site.
Asda Distribution Centre
This distribution centre was built in 2007 by Gazeley UK, in conjunction with Redhouse Projects.
The centre is 655,000 sq. ft and Asda employ 600 people.
This speculative industrial development was built in 2007. Hurricane is 260,000 sq. ft.
Tornado will be a design and build development, but has not yet been started. The development will be 300,000 sq. ft and will not be developed until an occupier is found.
Chase Park forms part of Redhouse Interchange.
The multi use development is split into four elements:
Traditional offices – Two/three storey office buildings with dedicated car parking.
Ascot House totals 5,950 sq. ft. and is occupied by Tunstall Response.
Epsom House totals 3,845 sq. ft. and is occupied.
Ebor Court totals 27,000 sq. ft. and comprises of 11 offices.
There are also available opportunities for restaurants, hotels and public houses at this park.