Monks Way Retail Park - Priority Space

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Monks Way Retail Park

Monks Way retail park on Wawne Road has been developed by commercial property specialists, Priority Space.

The site between Kingswood and Bransholme comprises ten retail units including One Stop Shop, Norwood Veterinary Group, Michaela Adams Barbers, a bakery, beauticians and two takeaways.



Monks Way retail park on Wawne Road has been developed by commercial property specialists, Priority Space.

The site between Kingswood and Bransholme comprises ten retail units including One Stop Shop, Norwood Veterinary Group, Michaela Adams Barbers, a bakery, beauticians and two takeaways.



  • Dental and skincare clinic expands at Monks Way

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    19 Nov 2020
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    A rapidly expanding dental and skin clinic has doubled in size since its move into custom-built premises in a retail park developed by Priority Space in Hull.

    Kingswood Parks Clinics, formerly known as Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic, opened its doors to patients at Monks Way retail park in June. It has now taken on a second unit to make space for additional dental and beauty and skin treatment facilities.

    The award-winning private dental practice was previously based in Newland Avenue, Hull where it had just two small surgery rooms. Taking on the second unit at Monks Way in Kingswood means it now has four much larger state-of-the-art dental surgeries and a separate beauty and skin clinic.

    Suzie Sonnabend, practice manager at Kingswood Parks Clinics, said: “Hundreds of new patients have registered with us since moving to Monks Way and this rising demand means we have already outgrown our first unit. We have very quickly decided that now is the time to expand and rebrand, and it has been great to so easily move into a second with Priority Space.”

    Priority Space has given Kingswood Parks free reign in developing their Monks Way units to create bespoke premises for the delivery of family dental care, aesthetic dentistry and anti-ageing treatments. Their first unit is 2,109 sq ft and their second, at 1,603 sq ft unit, also includes space for new offices and meeting rooms.

    Suzie said: “We’ve had great feedback from patients who appreciate our custom-built facilities here at Monks Way, and also the free parking on site. They also like being able to pop into the other amenities here. We have found our new home at Kingswood. The location is perfect.”

    Kingswood Parks Clinics, founded by Amy Hills in 2015, employs 11 staff and has created four new jobs since moving to Monks Way.

    Director of Priority Space Adam Richardson said: “It’s wonderful to see Kingswood Parks Clinics expanding so soon after moving to Monks Way. At Priority Space, we are committed to developing properties which help local enterprises meet the needs of local communities such as Kingswood where there are so many new homes being built in the adjoining development.

    “It is no surprise that Amy, Suzie and the team have so quickly built a reputation locally and expanded their practice. We are very pleased to see them grow in our community-focused retail park.”

    Kingswood Parks’ nine neighbours at Monks Way include One Stop convenience store, Cooplands bakery, a veterinary practice, pharmacy and two takeaways.


  • Hull dental clinic prepares to expand into Monks Way Retail Park

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    21 Apr 2020
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    An award-winning dental and skin clinic is preparing to expand into new custom-built premises at Monks Way Retail Park.

    Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic will double its surgery space when it moves to the retail park, which has been developed by commercial property specialists, Priority Space.

    The clinic, which is currently based on Newland Avenue in Hull, is due to open at Monks Way Retail Park in May, subject to Covid-19 national guidance. It will comprise of four state-of-the-art dental surgeries and a modern reception area.

    The move is expected to create two full-time jobs as the clinic looks to grow its 11-strong team by recruiting an additional dentist and dental nurse.

    Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic, which was founded by Amy Hills in 2015, recently announced it would be giving all NHS frontline staff 20 per cent off general dental care for the rest of 2020, to say thank you during the coronavirus crisis.

    Amy Hills has worked in dentistry for over 18 years, having trained in the Royal Navy and at several dental hospitals including Sheffield University, Birmingham Dental Hospital and Harley Street in London.

    Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic provides family dental care and medical-grade anti-ageing skin treatments including routine dental check-ups, porcelain veneers and Invisalign, as well as facial aesthetics performed by leading clinicians.

    Suzie Sonnabend, practice manager at Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic, said: “Monks Way Retail Park is in the heart of the Kingswood community and so it’s the perfect place to relocate our family dental practice.

    “Priority Space has allowed us free-reign of the space to create a bespoke design which will help meet the growing demand for family dental care, aesthetic dentistry and anti-ageing treatments in the area. Not only this, but when we open, our clients will benefit from free parking and can visit other amenities all in one place.”

    Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic will join nine occupants on the site, which will include One Stop convenience store, Cooplands bakery, a veterinary practice, pharmacy and two takeaways.

    Adam Richardson, co-director at Priority Space, said: “We look forward to welcoming the Whitehills team to Monks Way Retail Park.

    “At Priority Space, it’s always our aim to meet the needs of the communities in which operate. We were aware that there were no dentists in the local area, and with the building of additional housing in the adjoining Kingswood development, we knew that securing a dental practice would really benefit local people.

    “Amy, Suzie and the team have an outstanding reputation, not just in Hull, but in the north of England. I have no doubt that they’ll be a fantastic addition to the retail park.”

    In 2019 Whitehills Dental & Skin Clinic won ‘Best Aesthetic Practice’ at the Aesthetic Dentistry Awards. The clinic is also shortlisted for ‘Best Dental Practice of the Year (North)’ in the National Dentistry Awards 2020.

  • Work is complete on Monks Way Retail Park

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    14 Nov 2019
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    Work is complete on Monks Way retail park in Hull.

    Businesses moving into the ten units include One Stop, Norwood Veterinary Group, Michaela Adams Barbers, a bakery, beauticians and two takeaways.

    We are also in discussions with a national family pub restaurant chain to occupy the remaining land.

    The development has parking for 81 cars, including disabled, motorcycle and cycle spaces. Soft landscaping creates a pleasant shopping environment and pedestrian bollards provide security to pedestrian walkways and shop fronts.

    Adam Richardson, co-director at Priority Space, said: “We are delighted to welcome businesses onto the site and hope this will be a real boost for the local area, providing a vibrant place where people can work, shop and meet.”

    Monks Way retail park is part of a partnership between Hull City Council and property consortium KSHP - made up of housing developer Keepmoat, Strata Homes, Persona, part of Home Group and commercial property developer, Priority Space. The consortium is developing 1,700 houses next to the retail site, some of which are already occupied.

    Wawne Road is a strategic housing development site in Hull City Council’s economic vision for the city, and part of the Kingswood Area Action Plan, developed in 2016 to provide new housing, retail, leisure, and employment facilities in the Kingswood area.