News Archive


The second 48,000 sq ft  phase of  Shepcote Enterprise Centre,  the final element of the  27-acre business park development  by St Modwen Developments  in conjunction with Corus plc  on the edge of Sheffield city centre,  has attracted three  more firms leaving only one unit of the recently-completed  accommodation available,  and the last unit on the first phase.

More than 110  jobs are being created  on the  new business scheme by the relocation from the centre of Sheffield of  packaging company MM Bell, and the move there by Unipart and River Island.

Steve Prosser of St Modwen said:   “The most recent speculative phase of this successful development is now completed. Shepcote is attractive to both local and national companies because of its quality and location to the M1 and the city centre. Later this year it is hoped a start can be made on an office scheme on an adjacent  two and a half acre site.”

Lambert Smith Hampton is acting for St Modwen.

For further information contact Steve Prosser of St Modwen on 0113 272 7070. Issued by Paul  Raymer of Howle Chapman Raymer (0121 236 7771).