The 50-acre site is adjacent to Junction 45 of the M1 and was formerly the location of the Skelton Grange power station, acquired by Harworth in 2014.
Harworth plans to build up to five shed units, ranging in size from 126,000 sq ft to 202,000 sq ft.
Alongside infrastructure upgrades, the plans include a segregated cycle and pedestrian path that is proposed to connect to the Trans Pennine Trail and Sustrans Route 67, as well as tree and hedge planting.
The latest scheme forms part of the wider redevelopment plan for the former power station site.
In April 2020, Harworth sold 19.5 acres of land at the site to Enfinium for the development of an Energy from Waste facility, which is currently under construction.
In August 2021, further plans were approved for the development of a 99-megawatt battery storage facility on a 5.4-acre parcel on the site.
Lynda Shillaw, chief executive of Harworth, said: “Skelton Grange demonstrates Harworth’s unique skillset in identifying and acquiring complex brownfield sites, devising a masterplan that realises their potential and then progressing this through the planning system to unlock value.
“This will also add to Harworth’s already extensive consented pipeline, which has a gross development value of around £2.4bn.”