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Derwent mills is an industrial site that has a wide range of business and social sites. It is located in Derbyshire and is a well-known tourist attraction. It is a wonderful place to work and offers many amenities to its residents. It is located close to a variety of locations, making it simple for commuters to get to and from their jobs.

The area is a valuable cultural landscape and is home to a variety of cotton generators dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as well as housing for workers. They are now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cromford Mill, the most well-known, is where Richard Arkwright put his ideas to make factories work.

These early mills are the foundation of modern manufacturing and remain a key aspect of the local economy. They also provide an important insight into the socio-economic development of this historic landscape.

It's a great location for small companies, and there are many restaurants and parks. It is also a very beautiful place to live, and it's easy to travel around with a automobile. The area is an excellent choice for retirees since it's serene and peaceful.

Derwent Mills Business Park is divided into twenty, 750 square foot single-storey workshop/business apparatuses. They are located in courtyards that are landscaped to ease parking and circulation. These structures are made of steel portal frame with concrete floors that are reinforced and have manuall operated up and over loading doors and separate personnel access. They are equipped with three phase gas and electricity and EPC ratings of B47 B48.