Lindley Moor Development Springs Into Action

Lindley Moor Warehouse and Office Development

The occupant of a 65,000sq ft. warehouse and office development taking shape at Lindley Moor has been revealed.

Industrial spring supplier Lesjöfors Springs will move into the premises which are being built on land fronting Lindley Moor Road, opposite the Wappy Springs pub.

It has been confirmed that more industrial units are set to be built on the site – now named Summit 24 Business Park.

Lesjöfors Springs will move from its current premises at Lowfields Business Park at Elland when the building is complete early next year – employing 25 people in total at Lindley Moor.

The warehouse and office is being built by Elland-based Marshall Construction as the first phase of the £15m Summit 24 scheme.

Robert Glynn, of Lesjöfors, said: “We are moving to Summit 24 because we need the extra space. The 65,000sq ft. unit is designed to our specification and perfect for our needs, plus there is potential to add a further 15,000sq ft. within the site should we need to.

“In addition, the business park is exceptionally well-located, close to the M62 and Yorkshire’s excellent motorway network. We’ve also got a dedicated entrance, providing privacy and security.”

JPG monitored the up-fill earthworks to ensure the correct measures of compaction and were also responsible for the structural design including the foundations which comprised of Insitu concrete pad bases with reinforced concrete ground beams and a ground bearing slab. JPG also completed the civils design work including the design and detailing of the onsite drainage including large below ground attenuation storage tanks.

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