CG rendering of the Kellingley development.
Jane Imrie

£3.6m North Yorkshire industrial scheme at former colliery gets green light

A new multi-million pound industrial scheme in North Yorkshire has been given the go-ahead.

CRT Property Investment Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, has received planning permission for a £3.6m industrial development at the former Kellingley Colliery.

Plans for the site include the creation of a 39,000 sq ft multi-let industrial development, comprising 11 individual units ranging from 3,000 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft.

In addition, car parking with electric vehicle charging points and landscaping will be developed on the brownfield site.

Property investment and development manager for CRT Property Investment Ltd, Zoe Shearman, commented: “We are very pleased to announce that permission has been granted for the development at Kellingley. Thanks to a lot of hard work, and with support from the European Regional Development Fund, we can give this site a new lease of life.

“As a developer that is committed to creating opportunities within the coalfields, we are very much looking forward to getting started.

“Delivering a scheme that will allow organisations to grow and develop over time, we hope this will be a further example of how our approach attracts and retains jobs for the region.”

Looking to promote your product/service to SME businesses in your region? Find out how Bdaily can help →

Enjoy the read? Get Bdaily delivered.

Sign up to receive our popular Yorkshire & The Humber morning email for free.

* Occasional offers & updates from selected Bdaily partners

Our Partners

Top Ten Most Read