October 31, 2013 - News
The new high bay and logistics units at the Lancashire Business Park were handed over to Lancashire County Council Developments Limited earlier this month. The new units are one of the largest industrial/logistic buildings in the North West to have been constructed in the last few years.
The 130-acre Leyland-based-business park has had a major rebuild following a huge fire in December 2011. Please click on the following link to view a selection of photographs: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lancashirecc/sets/72157632923233048/with/8530601669/
County Councillor Nick Penney, Chairman of LCDL said:
We are very pleased to see the completion of this first phase of the project as it looks set to have a major impact on the economic success of the region. With a working age population of 710,000 within a 30 minute drive of the site, the business park represents a massive employment opportunity for the local area. We’re looking forward to seeing the first tenants move in.