Multi-million-pound deal for prime logistics development at former colliery site
A 12.5-acre site with planning for prime industrial development land on the former Glasshoughton colliery and coke works site has been snapped up for £3.6m
The site has been acquired by the joint venture consisting of Northampton-based investment and development company Barwood Capital and the BA Pension Fund along with development manager Tungsten Properties.
Knight Frank’s Yorkshire industrial and logistics team has sold the site on behalf of land reclamation, regeneration and development specialist Waystone.
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