PPG Land, a subsidiary of Murray International Holdings, has secured planning permission on its Link 62 development in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

It has been given the go ahead for two warehouse options; either a single warehouse of 470,000 sq ft or two self contained units of 250,000 sq ft and 270,000 sq ft.

The development, which is already home to two distribution warehouses built in the summer, is the area’s latest distribution centre.

It follows Wakefield 41 and Europort – home to ASDA, Wickes, Scottish & Newcastle, TK Maxx, Warburtons and the Post Office.

Mark Rudolph, of PPG Land said: ‘These detailed consents allow us to respond extremely quickly to occupiers where time is a vital issue in securing these types of facility.’

Daniel Miller, a partner at Strutt & Parker, said: ‘Link62 is a prime location for a regional or national distribution centre and having detailed planning consent in place on a site with frontage to the M62 makes this an attractive and deliverable prospect for occupiers.’

PPG Land is advised by Strutt & Parker and Carter & Co.