A further 90,000 sqft of employment area could possibly be coming to Carnforth on land adjoining to the brand new Porsche Centre.
A hybrid-planning software has been submitted to Lancaster Metropolis Council for a proposed growth to be constructed off Kellet Highway adjoining to the M6 close to Junction 35 on behalf of SCP Investments Ltd.
The proposed plans for business area close to Carnforth
Design consultancy agency Barton Willmore mentioned that “a lot wanted financial and employment advantages could be delivered to Carnforth and the broader space on account of the scheme, which might be tailor-made to occupier’s wants”.
“A complete landscaping scheme won’t solely create a sexy setting, but additionally present larger biodiversity and a buffer between the event and the motorway,” the agency added.
Dan Mitchell, Accomplice at Barton Willmore, mentioned: “There’s a important shortfall of high-quality employment alternatives in North Lancashire.
“The applying will present a lot wanted floorspace for indigenous native companies and inward funding.
An artist impression of the brand new Porsche centre in Carnforth.
“We now have labored intently with Carnforth City Council who’ve welcomed the funding within the city.”
Final 12 months, Lancaster Metropolis Council authorised plans for a brand new Porsche Centre between junction 35 of the M6 and Kellet Highway, which can embody a showroom workshop and MOT testing facility, along with a brand new entry off the A601.
The brand new growth for Parker and Parker would facilitate the relocation and growth of Porsche franchisee Parker and Parker’s present Porsche Centre positioned at Longpool, Kendal.
Brokers for the employment area are Preston O’Herlihy and Armistead Barnett.