ANOTHER company has been lined up for a site on a 30-acre business park in Huddersfield.
Car dealer Alexander Audi is moving from Bradford Road to Trident Business Park at Leeds Road, Deighton.
The company will occupy a 25,000sq ft showroom and workshop to be designed and built by Trident owners Landmark Development Projects.
The business park is already home to discount retailer Poundstretcher, which is rebranding its business as Instore and transferring its headquarters and distribution centre to the site.
Derwent vehicles has also moved its Mercedes-Benz dealership from Outlane to the Trident site.
Alexander Audi said its one-acre site at Bradford Road was no longer big enough for the company - which has increased sales three-fold in just four years.
Managing director Richard Smith said: "Our relocation to Trident Business Park provides not only the right space and facilities to cope with our expansion programme, but also offers a prestige location that is near to Mercedes and highly visible on route to the town centre."
Alexander Audi will have a showroom for 12 cars, a workshop staffed by 18 technicians and display parking for 100 vehicles.