Passion For Property
We are Allenby Commercial, an established property developer based in Hull. Our family business has been trading for over 30 years, delivering high quality commercial construction projects throughout Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. We own a range of commercial properties in Hull and the surrounding areas that we rent to various companies from many different industries. We have a serious amount of passion when it comes to what we do and we are confident our properties represent that.
As we speak, we are actively working on industrial sites at The Trade Yard Willerby, The Trade Yard Beverley and out of town sites in Barnsley and Penrith. We are always looking to expand our properties and grow as a business as this is what our family love to do. If you’re interested in any of our properties, then contact us today on 01482 647 138 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a feature on our website that filters all of our available, fully let and past projects and properties in select locations.
We are not like any other developers; we will design your space around your bespoke needs. Our experienced team take it upon themselves to deliver the best possible service and office space for you and your employers.
Get in touch today to find out more about what we can do for you.
““The success of The Trade Yard Beverley underlines how important it is to get the right ownership for a site. It needed the input of a good developer, which is what Allenby Commercial are. They have upgraded the site to a very high standard capable of attracting exciting new businesses from the local area as well as national brands.
“What they all benefit from is the presence on their doorstep of plenty of chimney pots with established residential areas and new developments, and it’s the same at Willerby.“It’s convenient for staff and for customers and another big advantage at Willerby is that The Trade Yard is in an extremely busy area, established as a commercial hub and attracting very high levels of footfall.”