Friday 14th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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London faces massive warehouse shortfall

According to research from Savills, London is set to require up to 6.49 million sq ft of warehouse space per year, a 419 per cent increase on current levels,  in order to keep up with the delivery of new homes in the capital.

St Francis acquires 130-acre site

St Francis Group has acquired the former Eggborough Power Station site in Yorkshire totalling around 130-acres for an undisclosed sum which it intends to promote for a range industrial and logistics units in varying sizes.

Speculative mid-box scheme completed on M62 corridor

Marshall Construction has completed the development of a 150,000 sq ft speculative warehouse scheme at Junction 32 of the M62 corridor between Castleford and Pontefract on behalf of Gregory Property Group.

Panattoni sweeps into Slough

Panattoni has beaten off stiff competition to acquire a prime 30 acre site in Slough for the development of a 360,000 sq ft industrial led scheme.

Prologis to expand in Uxbridge

Prologis has acquired a 15.37 acre site adjacent to Prologis Park West London in Uxbridge from GlaxoSmithKline allowing it expand the park.

£38m spec distribution unit plan

Trebor Developments and partner Hillwood have submitted a detailed planning application for a 409,000 sq ft speculative warehouse at Armthorpe, near Doncaster.