Creating a new retail park for Doncaster
- Forecast to create over 200 new jobs
- Leading food brands taking space
- Adds to portfolio of work in Doncaster
Our team in the North are delivering Herten Triangle, a multi-million pound mixed-use scheme for Doncaster Council. The new 7.7m retail park is forecast to create over 200 jobs for the area.
Procured through the Scape Major Works framework, The Herten Triangle, which sits between the Dome, the Vue Cinema and Asda is owned by Doncaster Council. The development will feature five restaurants and three drive-through units, with food brands Costa, Taco Bell, TGI Fridays, Dunkin Donuts and Burger King all confirmed. The project also includes 14,600m2 of external works comprising car parking and service yards.
Mayor Ros Jones said:
“This scheme is great news for Doncaster and really shows that our proactive and forward thinking approach to regeneration and job creation does pay dividends for the borough.
“Since this scheme halted under the private sector developer we have been working hard with the industry to ensure this project is completed.”
“In just over a year we have been able to completely turn this on its head, brought in the national and international providers and ensured this can be developed.”
Anthony Dillon, managing director of Willmott Dixon in the North commented:
“We are very excited to be working on Herten Triangle. Our recent work in Doncaster, which includes the new award winning National College for High Speed Rail and building over 100 new homes, is helping to drive growth in the region and we’ll be looking to further this by ensuring wherever possible that our project spend is with companies based in and around Doncaster.”
The project is set to complete in Spring 2019.