Go-ahead given for 392,000 sq ft M1 industrial scheme

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Developers HBD, part of Henry Boot, and CEG have secured a resolution to grant planning permission for APEX; a new 392,000 sq ft logistics and manufacturing hub in Mansfield that could create up to 500 new jobs. 

The partnership will deliver five high-spec buildings at the site, formerly known as Penniment Farm, ranging from 30,000 to 150,000 sq ft and ready to occupy from Autumn 2025. 

APEX is located on one of the Midlands’ key industrial corridors, with motorway access from J28 and J29 of the M1, and each of the buildings is designed with sustainability in mind.

Vivienne Clements, head of industrial and logistics at HBD, said: “We’re pleased to be working with CEG to deliver this latest logistics scheme – it benefits from an excellent position on the M1 and, given its sustainability credentials and the local skills base in Mansfield, we expect to see strong interest from potential occupiers.

“Supply of high-spec industrial stock coming forward remains low across key industrial corridors in the Midlands – we’ll be looking to bring space forward quickly to meet established demand, with the first buildings ready to occupy from Autumn 2025.” 

Matthew Rhodes, planning manager at CEG, said: “We have worked on the Penniment Farm development

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