Yearsley plans cold store for Peterborough

Heywood, Lancashire, UK: The Yearsley Group plans to build a cold store in Peterborough expected to be operational by the end of 2013.

The project is at a site in the Great Haddon Employment Zone. The store will consist of two buildings covering provide 35,000sq metres, including office space. The 35-metre high building uses ‘clad rack’ cold store where the racking system forms the structure of the building.

There is a three-week public consultation before an application for planning permission is made to Peterborough City Council. The consultation begins tomorrow with an exhibition at the Premier Inn at Norman Cross from noon to 9pm.

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