Developer gets go-ahead for 60-acre extension to business park
Jobs are to be created after planning permission for a further 60-acre development at Clowes Develoments’ Dove Valley Park in Derbyshire has been granted by the local authority.
Phase one has already welcomed major players to the area including JCB, Kuehne + Nagel, Müller, Futaba Industrial and Truma.
Clowes Developments have been working with energy supplier, Western Power Distribution and investing in excess of £3m to deliver a new Electricity Primary Substation to provide an additional 9MVA+ of energy. Parties are working towards the ‘High Power Live’ date scheduled for March 2022
Paul Shanley, director at Clowes Developments, said: “When Clowes Developments invest, we make sure we consider every aspect of the project to deliver a quality end product. Our focus and ambition centre around delivering imaginative property developments and investments that create diverse and inventive new places to live and work. In the words of our founder we ‘do a proper job’.
“Our commitment to delivering power as an essential service is something we take seriously, which is why we have invested heavily in upgrading this particular service for our current and future clients.”