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News » Up To £20m » Pochin’s wins £6m Middleton parcel depot » published 19 Jul 2017

Pochin’s wins £6m Middleton parcel depot

Cheshire construction contractor Pochin’s has been awarded a £6m contract by industrial developer Chancerygate to build a two-storey distribution centre for German parcel delivery company DPD.

CGI of the new DPD depot Above: CGI of the new DPD depot

The 57,500 sq ft project is being built on disused land off Greengate in Middleton, Greater Manchester, which was formerly home to a BAE Systems manufacturing facility.

Work on the new two-storey building starts this month. It will be DPD’s fourth depot in the northwest, alongside Manchester, Liverpool and Warrington.

Jim Nicholson, CEO of Pochin’s, said: “Chancerygate share our long history of developing bespoke industrial sites to serve the UK’s logistics network. We will be working closely with the team to deliver a highly modernised facility capable of meeting the exceptional demands of today’s distribution industry.”

Consultants on the project include Ian C King Associates, Bradbook Consulting, TALA and Cudd Bentley. The project is expected to be complete by late spring in 2018.




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This article was published on 19 Jul 2017 (last updated on 19 Jul 2017).

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