Caddick partnered with Scarborough Borough Council, Yorkshire Forward and the Government Office for Yorkshire and the Humber to open up this vast 85+ acre site. Already home to raft of local, national and international business, the site continues to attract occupiers both large and small.
Caddick handled the development of new regional premises for UPS Logistics (UK) Ltd at Dewsbury. As a pre-let to UPS, Caddick developed the 10-acre site at Shaw Cross to provide an 110,000 sq. ft. distribution warehouse as well as office space and a vehicle maintenance unit. The design and build was completed by Caddick Construction before an investment sale to Canada Life.
Caddick acquired this seven acre site, close to Junction 1 of the M18, off-market and later secured planning permission for a new 141,750 sq.ft. warehouse. The unit was forward sold to Royal London Investment Management and then built by Caddick Construction. The completed development comprises a new high-bay warehouse with ancillary offices.
This joint venture between Caddick Developments and Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council delivered nearly one million sq.ft. of speculative, high-quality, light-industrial accommodation for local and regional occupiers.
Caddick was the preferred developer for the latest phase of the North East’s premier business park. The £27 million scheme comprised two grade A office buildings, totalling 52,000 sq.ft., plus 12 industrial units totalling 187,000 sq.ft. All have been awarded BREEAM ‘excellent’ status, the industry benchmark for sustainability.
Caddick bought the famous Polestar Petty print works in 2018 and undertook an extensive programme of refurbished and redevelopment. Now home to large scale studio spaces for film and TV, this project was a key factor in Channel 4’s decision to locate in the city.
Wakefield 515 is an 515,820 sq ft warehouse facility, located to adjacent to TK Maxx Regional Distribution Centre at the M62 and A1(M) junction.
It’s strategic location offers access to major cities and ports across the north of England, and is currently the largest single logistics building under construction in the UK. This £50m scheme, previously know as Cross Point Phase 2, was acquired by Panattoni and AEW and will now be occupied by Amazon.
Situated in the sought after Nine Elms district, this iconic 36-storey tower forms a key part of the regeneration of London’s South Bank. Sky Gardens is one of the first developments in the city to feature communal rooftop gardens and accessible green spaces on both the 8th and 34th floor.
A total of 180 luxury residential apartments and 53,000 sq. ft of office accommodation make this a truly ground-breaking structure, and also won Housing Project of the Year at the Sunday Times British Home Awards.
Moda’s landmark development is located within the 20-acre Noma regeneration project and borders the vibrant and attractive Northern Quarter in Manchester.
The structure consists of 466 stylish apartments, an iconic 35 storey tower, rooftop football pitch, unique gardens and ground-breaking residential amenities tailored to the private rented sector.