AN eighth new tenant has signed on the dotted line for a prestige commercial development on the outskirts of Bolton.

The Incontinence Shop has been revealed as the latest arrival for Multiply Logistics North at Middlebrook.

The 10-year deal will see the retailer take up a 24,363 square foot unit at the location, a joint venture between property giants Harworth and the Lancashire County Pension Fund.

Before now the company, which will base their distribution operations around the logistics hub, has had offices off Bridgeman Street.

Repairs specialist Solus and an unnamed pharmaceuticals company have also recently secured premises there.

Steven Knowles, the Harworth group's north west director, said: "This is what Harworth and its partners do best - delivering the new jobs and investment that we forecast when we design our developments.

"We have a growing pipeline of sites in the north west, reflecting its importance to the business, and I look forward to delivering further new jobs and homes as part of its regeneration."

Tim Powner, their asset manager, added: "Three new lettings in six weeks shows that the north west industrial market remains in good shape and continues to grow.

"Our focus as a joint venture remains getting the final two built units let and levels of demand suggest that we should achieve this in short order.”

Just two units at the site, which only opened in May 2017, still remain vacant.

Their neighbours will include the likes of rijo42, Hardscape, the PJH Group and UW Homes Services, which have previously agreed to long-term lettings there.

Piers Windsor, senior investment manager for agents Knight Frank, said: "We're very pleased with how Multiply Logistics North has developed over the past two-and-a-half years, realising a strong income stream for the pension fund and Harworth whilst delivering hundreds of new jobs for Bolton and Greater Manchester.

"We are confident that the existing scheme will be fully let shortly."