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06 March 2020

The final plot at Rotherhill Developments successful Crosslink 646 scheme, just south of Loughborough off the A6 and north of Leicester off the A46 and J21A of the M1, is now available with bespoke built units offered to purchase or rent from as little as 20,000ft² upwards.


Already on the scheme two units have been built and sold totalling 100,000ft² and the final plot is now being pushed forward by agents Tim Gilbertson of FHP and Mike Allwood of Andrew & Ashwell.


With great communication links and an almost unique position in the market place around Leicester, being able to offer freehold a well as leasehold deals, the agents are keen to find purchasers or tenants for the final industrial and warehousing buildings to be developed. 


Paul Bagshaw from Rotherhill Developments commented:


“We are delighted with the two deals completed at Crosslink so far but our agents are now stepping up their marketing efforts to find buyers or tenants for the final units on the scheme.  We have refreshed our marketing to include a new website, videos and CGI’s, all of which really bring the scheme to life. 


I think we are uniquely positioned in that we can offer bespoke built B1 or B8 space to buy or rent whereas up and down the M1 Corridor in the East Midlands most developers are only interested in letting rather than selling.  At Rotherhill we are relaxed on this as being a niche developer we can be flexible to the requirement of the local market and Leicester companies who we feel like to have the option to buy as well as rent space.


Tim Gilbertson of FHP added:


“Paul is quite right in what he is saying, the majority of interest we have tends to be from companies looking to buy rather than rent space, exemplified by the first two deals on the site which were both freehold sales. 


The latest marketing looks great, hopefully potentially interested parties will have a look at the CGI’s and videos which are on the Crosslink website.  This can be accessed at”


Mike Allwood of Andrew & Andrew concluded by commenting:


“What we have found with marketing this scheme is interest not only from Loughborough and Leicester based companies but also from further afield, our ability to sell as well as let really is a key driver of potentially interested parties to the site and with so little land available in and around the East Midlands we are hopeful and indeed confident, of announcing further deals soon.


We are already in detailed negotiations with a couple of parties for the final plot but there is still enough time for occupiers to come forward and express their interest.


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