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High-tech construction industry manufacturer opens Bradford site

The new Fast-Track Housing site at Dudley Hill Business Park in Bardford

Commercial property consultant Eddisons’ Bradford agency team has completed a deal to let a 32,000 sq ft industrial unit at the city’s Dudley Hill Business Park on Rook Lane to high-tech construction firm Fast-Track Housing.

Acting on behalf of Blackburn-based industrial property developer EP Properties, which has a property portfolio of over 5 million sq ft, the unit is the sixth let by Eddisons on the 15-acre site, which now has only one vacant unit remaining.

Dudley Hill Business Park was originally a manufacturing site for cleaning products firm Robert McBride. It was acquired by EP Properties in 2020 and is now home to companies such as Amey Highways, manufacturer Mansfield Pollard and Ogden Fulfilment.

Fast-Track Housing, which specialises in durable alternative building products and rapid construction techniques for residential developments, is expected to create new jobs at its Bradford site.

Eddisons senior surveyor Matt Jennings said: “It is fantastic to have completed another letting for our client EP Properties. Dudley Hill Business Park is a great site that has seen huge improvement under their ownership. We have already seen a great deal of interest in the final remaining 40,000 sq ft unit and the whole development looks set to be fully let very shortly.”

He added: “Fast-Track Housing will also be a great addition to the local economy in Bradford. They construct modern, sustainable homes within rapid turnaround times and will create much needed job opportunities in the city.”

Arif Patel, property director for EP Properties, said: “It’s testament to the quality of units we have on the estate that we have another tenant on site. Eddisons have done a great job in attracting a huge amount of interest from good quality tenants in the short time we have owned the estate.”