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[United Kingdom]
Posted on : Aug 12, 2008
A land developer in the United
Kingdom is inviting interest from recycling companies and organizations to
locate within a 45-acre parcel of land in  Yorkshire.

Sheffield based developer Loxley Land and Property says the site also known as
Beeley Wood, offers “vast capacity and flexibility of usage” for companies
“dealing with any manner of recyclable materials.”

The developer’s parent company is Sheffield demolition and recycling firm Euro
Dismantling Services (EDS), which acquired the land two years ago and has since
undertaken demolition work at the site to prepare it for redevelopment.
A strategically located development offering over 45 acres of prime land to
house the regions premier facility for relocation's, premier office
accommodation & sustainable recycling village.

“Beeley Wood presents an excellent opportunity for a broad range of recycling
companies who are looking to create  buildings in which to house their
operations,” says Eldon Stevens, property manager for Loxley Land and Property.
“The site, which in size equates to roughly 25 football pitches, is easily large
enough to accommodate an entire recycling village and we are happy to speak to
any organizations that would like to find out more about the development
opportunities available.”Resource Efficiency Yorkshire (REY), an agency funded
by Yorkshire Forward and the European Regional Development Fund, is also
involved in the effort to  populate the land with recycling facilities.

“The recycling sector is set to grow significantly in the region,” says Andrew
Hartley, program director at REY. “We estimate that in Yorkshire and Humber
alone the public and private sectors will commit investment of £3 billion to
waste management and recycling over the next three years. A major challenge for
businesses seeking to capitalize on this market potential has been the
availability of suitable development sites. The size and location of Beeley
Wood, the opportunity to network with other similar businesses and the
supportive environment, make it a nationally significant development for the
sector.”


He continues, “For recycling businesses the site is close to large
concentrations of potential commercial and local authority customers and has the
scale to become the recycling hub for the North of England, propelling Yorkshire
and Humber towards the premier division of recycling regions. The scale of the
site is such that over time specialist recycling and energy recovery businesses
will find other companies on the site which provide the vital raw materials,
expertise and knowledge to help them establish and demonstrate advanced
technologies.”

 
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