G-Park Doncaster offers 278,852 SQ FT of brand new, highly specified distribution space available for immediate occupation. Additionally, there is the opportunity to create a bespoke building of up to 606,000 SQ FT on the remaining 32 acres of land.
The development benefits from a best-in-class specification, including a 50m service yard, 15m clear internal height, 38 dock levellers and 4 level access doors with visibility from the M18.
Many of our customers require their warehouse buildings to demonstrate excellent environmental performance.
Gazeley is now recognised across the world for delivering industry-leading warehouse buildings that continuously exceed our original environmental aspirations, while supporting our customers’ business operations in many effective ways.
Unit 1 - Spec Build
261,996 SQ FT (24,340 SQ M)
Offices (2 storey)
13,089 SQ FT (1,216 SQ M)
3,552 SQ FT (330 SQ M)
215 SQ FT (20 SQ M)
278,852 SQ FT (25,906 SQ M)
Unit 2 - Build-To-Suit
577,575 SQ FT (53,658 SQ M)
2 Storey offices
21,700 SQ FT (2,016 SQ M)
2 Storey Inbound
3,616 SQ FT (336 SQ M)
2 Storey Dispatch
3,616 SQ FT (336 SQ M)
323 SQ FT (30 SQ M)
606,830 SQ FT (56,376 SQ M)
West Moor Park
Doncaster International Railport
Robin Hood Airport
Leeds Bradford Airport
East Midlands Airport
REASONS TO BE HERE
G-Park Doncaster’s central position makes it easily accessible to all parts of the UK and mainland Europe and thanks to the area’s extensive transport network it is fast becoming the logistics capital of
The site is located at West Moor Park, an established distribution location on Junction 4 of the M18 motorway
75% of the UK population can be reached in a 4.5 hour HGV drive time
The Humber Ports are 60 minutes HGV drive time from the site
Robin Hood Airport is just 6 miles away and capable of handling the largest cargo planes in the world with its 3,000 m long, 60 m wide runway
Doncaster railway station runs a direct service to London Kings Cross which takes 1hr 45min.
Logistics and Manufacturing
The central location and accessibility to the motorway network ensure that the area is excellently serviced by road, rail, air and sea.
Doncaster’s continued growth as a leading logistics centre is seen by local government as a vital aspect of the town’s future.
Logistics is the third biggest sector in the town, worth over £564 M (14.9%) annually to the local economy.