Plans submitted for completion of Dove Valley Park as 35.29 acre employment site to be created

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Plans for the completion of Dove Valley Park have been submitted to South Derbyshire District Council by Dove Valley Park LTD, a subsidiary of Clowes Developments, and IMA Architects.

The plans will transform an area of land next to Dove Valley Park into a thriving centre of employment, creating local jobs and bringing economic benefits to Derbyshire. It will complete Dove Valley Park, forming the eastern part of the major 200 acre employment site on the A50 in South Derbyshire that is home to occupiers including JCB, Top Hat, Futaba Ltd and GXO.

The application site could be brought forward for development immediately as the existing infrastructure of Dove Valley Park is already in place to extend into the site.

If approved, the plans will see the 35.29 acre site developed to create circa 54,500m2 of employment space for B2, B8, with ancillary E(g) use. Four units of varying sizes will be created to meet market demand for quality industrial space, along with the necessary associated hard and soft landscaping, car parking and infrastructure.

In addition, a new Innovation Centre will be created that will serve as a central hub for all businesses in the local vicinity. The aim is to

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