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The green light has been given for a £10m environmentally sustainable office scheme at Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster, which is set to create more than 100 jobs.

Prospect Property Group is behind the scheme, which will be part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

The new Doncaster International Business Park will provide office accommodation for 134 staff in 41 ‘workpod’ office units of 1,450 sq ft and 1,600 sq ft, creating a total of almost 62,000 sq ft of new office space on a site adjacent to Robin Hood Airport.

Richard Burns, strategic director at Prospect Property Group, said: "We are really excited about this development, which breaks new ground in all sorts of ways. The green credentials of the workpods are second to none and we are raising the bar for office accommodation with the sustainability, flexibility and impressively low running costs of these office units."

The £10m project has secured ERDF funding on the strength of its potential to create new employment in South Yorkshire, and will be developed in two phases, with contractors due to start work on the first phase of the scheme this month.

Martin Grange and Marie Pugh in our property team advised the Prospect Property Group. 

Source: The Business Desk