Harworth has used its operational expertise in regenerating former brownfield sites and creating development platforms to deliver the proposed development plans. It has also created onsite facilities and infrastructure that opens up the site and creates immediate access to the adjacent M61 motorway at Junction 4.
One of the unique attributes of Logistics North is the 550-acre Country Park that Harworth has developed, providing unique surroundings for businesses and further providing the employees and local residents with a recreation opportunity with 18 km of new footpaths, bridleways and cycle paths.
A key element of Logistics North is the Multiply scheme which is a joint venture between Harworth and the Lancashire County Pension Fund c/o Knight Frank Investment Management. Phase 1 of Multiply completed in November 2017 with all three units now fully let. Phase 2 practically completed in November 2018 with all six units on this phase also fully let.
In May 2021, Harworth completed LN50, a 51,000 sq. ft unit which was desinged and developed to be capabe of being Net Zero Carbon in operation, and is now let to Amscreen Services Limited. The 50,809 sq ft unit, built by Caddick Construction (NW) Ltd on Harworth’s behalf, was part funded by a £3 million Evergreen loan from the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.