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Bespoke Development

Wynyard Park

In 2003, Chris Musgrave acquired the former Samsung Electrics site in Wynyard, comprising 320,000 sq ft of vacant office and warehouse space and 500 acres of largely Greenfield land.

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Sanofi, Fawden, Newcastle

The former Sanofi facility at Fawden, Newcastle comprised over 350,000 sq ft of office, laboratory and warehousing on a 19acre site.

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Nifco UK Limited, Design and Build HQ

Chris has led the development of a state-of-the-art 140,000 sq ft production and HQ facility for a leading manufacturing company Nifco UK Ltd. 

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Former Bassel Site, Wilton International, Redcar

Wilton International, owned by SembCorp Utilities (UK) Limited, was one of few sites in Western Europe that retained special development status – designed for heavy industrial use such as chemicals and process plant.

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British Polythene Industries PLC (Visqueen) Site, Stockton-on-Tees

Chris completed a deal in 2009 to take vacant possession of this industrial manufacturing site and associated buildings for £6million from the owner occupier. 

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Tunstall Court, Hartlepool

This ten-acre estate has sat in a dilapidated state in an exclusive housing area of Hartlepool for several years.

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Joint Ventures

Stone Hill Park

Stone Hill Park was formed as a joint venture between Chris Musgrave, Trevor Cartner and Stagecoach co-founder Ann Gloag to advance proposals for a comprehensive redevelopment of the former Manston Airport site in Thanet.

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Flaxby Park, Harrogate

Flaxby Park is a 400 acre former golf course in Harrogate that has been purchased with unencumbered title and a planning application for a new settlement of 2,750 houses, schools, commercial, retail and supporting facilities (currently submitted to Harrogate Borough Council).

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Discovery Park (former Pfzier site), Kent

Chris has overseen the major redevelopment of Discovery Park in Kent, in a joint venture with Palmer Capital plc. The site was acquired with vacant possession in 2012 from Pfizer, who opted to reduce production and sell the facility, dropping staff numbers from 8,000 to 600.

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Allens West (former MOD site), Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees

Used extensively by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) during the Second World War to salvage and recycle crashed aircrafts, this 114 acre site was sold by the MOD in the 1990s and has since been used as a logistics centre and bonded warehousing with approximately 500,000sq ft on industrial and office facilities.

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