Two new tenants secured for Sheffield Catalyst Business Park

A renewable energy group and an accident repair centre have taken space at Mirastar’s flagship Sheffield Catalyst development, which is being marketed by GV&Co.


Octopus Energy, which is one of the UK’s largest domestic energy providers, has taken 91,923 sq ft at the five-unit scheme, while Solus, an Aviva company, has added to its existing bases in the UK with a new regional facility of 22,448 sq ft at Catalyst.


The companies join surfaces specialist Cosentino and UK commercial supplier JLA Group at the development fronting Sheffield Parkway. Cosentino relocated into a 33,608 sq ft unit while JLA Group expanded into 109,166 sq ft on site.


Rob Brophy of Mirastar said: “Sheffield Catalyst is an important scheme to deliver much needed new industrial warehouse facilities benefiting from excellent ESG credentials and unrivalled prominence and access via the Sheffield Parkway and the M1 Motorway.

“Catalyst represents a continuation of our clear strategy and vision across our portfolio by developing best in class facilities with market leading ESG credentials.”


A single unit of 28,309 sq ft remains available through agents GV&Co, Knight Frank and M1.


Daniel Walker from GV&Co, said: “Catalyst, Sheffield Business Park continues to go from strength to strength. This recent letting continues the success of the scheme with another household name and highlights the benefits the development offers to occupiers from both a location perspective and specification of the units. We have good interest on the final units but are happy to discuss any live requirements if occupiers need more information.”


Daniel Walker

Director | Agency & Investment

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