Henry Boot's property developer, HBD, has submitted plans to further extend Butterfield Business Park with a proposed 85,000 sq. ft. B2/B8 unit, creating new jobs and injecting much needed stock into Luton market. 


The property developer has successfully delivered more than 155,000 sq. ft. of high-quality industrial space in Luton during the last two years. 


The scheme has proven very popular and construction began on a second phase of The Quad at Butterfield in April 2021 to create five new units from 10,500 sq. ft to 26,000 sq. ft. Work is progressing well on site, with a host of new businesses expected to move in early next year. 

"Butterfield has proven a popular location for businesses from Luton and beyond; both large corporates and SMEs. The proposed mid box unit will be high-quality and sustainable, with PV solar panels, electric charging points and a large yard within a landscaped environment." He continued: "We have brought forward a large proportion of space here on a speculative basis - this will be the biggest unit to date, illustrating both the strength in demand for high-quality, well-located industrial space in the region and the sustained interest in Butterfield."

Luke Davenport, Senior Development Surveyor at HBD