Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Tungsten buys 24-acre Witney site

Industrial and warehouse developer Tungsten Properties has bought a 24-acre site at Witney in Oxfordshire, which has outline consent for B class employment uses.

Sweet deal for Morris & Son in Barnsley

Residual stock management specialist and confectionery supplier Morris & Son has taken a 52,000 sq ft warehouse in Barnsley from Columbia Threadneedle Investments.

More shed space in Stoke-on-Trent

Developer investor St Modwen is to develop a further 800,000 sq ft of warehouse space at its St Modwen Park Stoke Central scheme (formerly known as Etruria Valley), Stoke-on-Trent, after securing the last 46-acre tranche of land from Tata Steel.

Lincoln warehouse for ice cream producer

NIC, which produces ice cream ingredients, has taken a ten year lease on a 64,000 sq ft warehouse at St Modwen Park Lincoln, which it will use as its central depot.

Eddie Stobart snaps up Dagenham shed

Eddie Stobart has snapped up Logicor’s 233,000 sq ft unit LOGIC233@Dagenham, which was previously let to Coca Cola in 2016 on a five-year lease a rent of around £8.25 per sq ft.

JLR plans huge parts distribution centre near Tamworth

Jaguar Land Rover is planning to create a new global aftermarket parts distribution centre on a 2.94 million sq ft campus at junction 11 of the M42 at Appleby Magna between Tamworth and Ashby-de-la-Zouch.