Keyland’s Temple Green project was a joint venture with Evans Property Group on a 165 acre site at Junction 45, M1 within the Leeds City Region Enterprise Zone.
The site secured outline permission for circa 3 million sq ft of B2 and B8 development and detailed planning permission was granted in September 2014 for 1,000 space Park & Ride, along with petrol station and car retail use.
Keyland fulfilled its enabling role and once the £9.1m infrastructure programme was completing and the site was oven-ready, Keyland sold its interests to Harworth Estates. The project has now been renamed Gateway 45.
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Gordon Rogers, Head of Long Term Strategy at United Utilities
Damian Allen, Chief Executive, Doncaster Council
Liz Barber, Chief Executive at Yorkshire Water