View the progress of Hinckley 532, a speculatively built cross dock industrial / logistics facility, and DPD’s new automated parcel depot.
Opportunities to become qualified in the construction sector have been given a boost following the launch of an initiative that will see jobseekers gain hands on experience of roles in groundworks.
The developer of a £225 million business park in Hinckley has outlined its commitment to help reduce unemployment and raise skill levels.
IM Properties’ (IMP) pledge to the local community is part of an Employment and Skills Charter the company has signed in partnership with its main contractor, Winvic Construction Ltd, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (H&BBC) and parcel giant, DPD, who is delivering a £150m new super-hub on the site.
IM Properties is to speculatively build a new 532,000 sq ft unit at Hinckley Park, adjacent to junction 1, M69.
Hinckley 532 will be built alongside a 318, 254 sq ft unit for DPD, who has already committed to the 82-acre employment park and will create Europe’s largest automated parcel depot.