Derwent Mills is a fantastic area to live and work. It is home to many large companies that include major corporations and is located near numerous cities. It is a wonderful place to retire or establish your own business. The area is also comfortable and affordable, and also offers the convenience of urban living.

The area is a cultural environment that includes a collection cotton generators from the 18th and the 19th century, along with housing for workers. It is known as the birthplace of modern factory production, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Richard Arkwright’s very first cotton mill, Cromford Mill is the most famous.

Richard Arkwright, a 18th century inventor of organic cotton spinning invented these industrial sites to accommodate his revolutionary technology. They were the models for all factories over the world. The Derwent river Derwent was the source of power to power these machines, and they were built alongside other cotton mills. The site was eventually absorbed by the current city of Derbyshire.

Anyone looking to establish their own business can choose one of the homes that are available in the industrial park program. These properties are divided into 27 single-storey business/workshop equipments that are fixed to designed courtyards to make parking easier and improve circulation. The buildings are constructed from portal frames of steel, with strong concrete floors and manuall operated entry doors. They are powered by only three phases of electricity and have EPC ratings ranging from B47 to EPC B48.