International property consultancy Savills has been appointed to market Hargreaves Land’s new Junction 11 scheme in Scotland.
The South Lanarkshire scheme, which sits next to Junction 11 of the M74, comprises of three sites including Poniel, Broken Cross and Happendon. Together, the sites offer around 200 acres of land with development potential for a range of uses including industrial, office and energy.
Hargreaves Land has recently welcomed Wren Kitchens to Broken Cross, which has joined existing occupier Blackwell Plant.
Wren, which is one of the UK’s largest kitchen manufacturers & retailers, is using part of the site as a new logistics distribution facility to service its customers and outlets across Scotland.
David Cobban and Ross Sinclair of Savills’ Glasgow office are now marketing further opportunities available at Junction 11 to identify new occupiers.
Head of asset management at Hargreaves Land, Andrew Johnson, said: “We are very pleased to have appointed Savills as sole agent at Junction 11 and we are confident they have the expertise required to help us drive the scheme forward.
“Between the three sites there are numerous opportunities which are underpinned by the excellent road links the location offers”.
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