Digital management firm takes 100,000 sq ft unit at Markham Vale

Devonshire Property Group, a part of the Devonshire Group portfolio, has leased its 102,515 sq ft Markham Vale warehouse to Restore Records Management, specialists in digital and information management.

Markham Vale, a collaboration between HBD and Derbyshire County Council initiated in 2006 has generated over 2,700 employment opportunities spanning various industries such as advanced manufacturing and logistics.

Restore Records Management has secured a long-term lease for the unit as part of its property consolidation strategy, aiming to transition to newer and more efficient buildings.

The company will move into its new site later this spring.

Andrew Byrne, property development director at Devonshire Property Group said: “Letting our property at Markham Vale is not only a positive milestone for the scheme but a testament to the site’s proposition and the quality of space on offer. Alongside Derbyshire County Council and HBD, we’re fully committed to ensuring that the site continues to generate value and quality job opportunities for the surrounding communities. Bringing another strong business in Restore Records Management to the site is part of our work to fulfil that promise.”

Nigel Dews, managing director at Restore Records Management said: “The entire facility will be able to accommodate a staggering 1.4 million boxes, making it one of the biggest sites in our portfolio. We look forward to taking management of the site in the forthcoming weeks.”

The Devonshire Group was represented by Rebecca Schofield of Knight Frank and Stuart Waite from CPP, while Restore was represented by Cameron Frazer of Berrys.

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