Nimbus Park is a speculative development of two self-contained buildings of 164,366 sq. ft. and 106,509 sq. ft.
Strategically located less than two minutes off the M18 via Junction 6, Nimbus Park offers easy access to the M62, M1, A1(M) and the wider UK road network.
This connectivity along with the excellent local and wider labour pool provided by Doncaster has seen The Range and BMW choose the location for their regional and national distribution hubs respectively.
Excellent amenities are also available locally with a Marstons pub and hotel, McDonalds, Aldi, B&M Home Store and Sainsbury supermarket within a short drive of the development
Doncaster has quickly become Yorkshire's premier distribution location with signiﬁcant occupiers including Amazon, IKEA, Lidl, B&Q, Next and ASDA amongst a host of other household names.
Nimbus 106 is a standalone industrial warehouse sitting on 6 acres.
The building benefits from a clear internal eaves height of 12m which means a potential pallet capacity of 15,936 pallets (Wide Aisle) or 22,048 (VNA) can be accommodated in Nimbus 106.
There are separate access points for the main car park and yard and the entire perimeter is bounded by a secure fence.
Nimbus 164 is a standalone industrial warehouse unit sitting on 9.8 acres.
The building benefits from a clear internal eaves height of 15m which is 3m higher than the average unit of this size. This means that a potential pallet capacity of 34,220 (Wide Aisle) or 46,720 (Very Narrow Aisle (VNA)) can be accommodated in Nimbus 164 compared to a 12m high building of the same size which could typically hold 27,376 (Wide Aisle) or 37,376 (VNA) pallets.
There are separate access points to the main car park and yard area along with provisions for a gatehouse if required. In addition to this, an area has also been reserved for sprinkler tanks.