PHASE 1 | Four speculative built units from

55,413 to 735,896 sq ft

  • BIG K: the biggest speculatively built warehouse in the UK
  • Fast access to the M62 J33/34
  • On site May 2022
  • Available from Q3 2023


  • Four speculative industrial and logistics opportunities
  • Institutional specification units from 55,413 to 735,896 sq ft
  • High level of power capacity site wide for energy intensive operations
  • Less than 3 miles to J33 and J34 M62
  • Local manufacturing and distribution occupiers include Amazon, Asda, Ardagh Glass, H+H Concrete, The Range, Saint-Gobain Glass, Stoelzle Glass, TJX Europe Max and GXO
  • First units ready to occupy from Q3 2023


Located on the crucial axis of the M62 and A1(M) motorways, Konect 62 is strategically positioned to address local, regional and national markets. Nearly 3.2 million consumers live within 45 minutes by van, while 37 million fall within a single 4.5 hour journey.

Konect 62 is also situated to address international markets, with a number of sea ports and the main UK air freight hubs all accessible within 4.5 hours.

Four units are being brought forward on a speculative basis, with a market leading specification and a range of unit sizes designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of industrial and distribution occupiers.

With outline planning for an adjacent multi-modal rail facility and the potential for water cargo access, Konect 62 is one of very few tri-modal opportunities in the UK capable of meeting the future transport needs of the low carbon economy.


rail hub

Sea port

connections across Europe

Water cargo

potential access


Regenerating the site of Kellingley Colliery, the last deep coal mine in the UK, Konect 62 spearheads industry’s transition to a decarbonised future.

A rare tri-modal location

Konect 62 is well-placed to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with road transport, meeting one of the primary challenges of the low carbon economy.

The wider Konect 62 park has already received Outline Planning Approval for rail handling and freight use. Master planned to include a multi-modal rail hub, Konect 62 will enjoy low carbon containerised connections to inland and sea ports across the UK, also linking directly to Europe via the Channel Tunnel.*

The Aire & Calder Navigation abutting the site offers the prospect of water-borne cargo. In combination, Konect 62 is almost uniquely situated to pivot towards the flexible, sustainable transport economy necessary to achieve the world’s CO2 reduction commitments.

Ahead of the low carbon energy curve

Occupiers with advanced sustainability agendas will appreciate the abundance of clean energy generated on Konect 62’s doorstep.

A neighbouring solar power facility produces renewable zero carbon energy, while a planned power generation facility will soon transform up to 350,000 tonnes of unrecyclable waste per year into around 30MW of low carbon electricity.

*Final design and timescale for implementation subject to Reserved Matters approval.