Friday 20th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Heathrow facility sold

Acting on behalf of La'Pec Properties, Rogers Chapman has sold the freehold investment of 13-15 Willow Road, Poyle, near Heathrow, to a client of LaSalle Investment Management for more than £1.6M. The sale was on behalf of a private client.

Logistics provider takes shed in South-west

NYK Logistics (UK) Consumer & Retail, formerly New Wave Logistics, has invested in a new warehouse at Avonmouth. The £170,000 project provides the company, which is part of the NYK Logistics group, with 5,110sq m of storage space, including 465sq m of rac

The planning minefield

high-labour use classes, i.e. manufacturing. But, where we are most active in the Midlands and the South-east, unemployment is already low.

Mega-size Ultrabox gets the go-ahead

European logistics property developer Gazeley is building the largest speculatively developed high-bay distribution warehouse in the South-east having obtained planning consent.

Large scale demand

The shortage of land supply and increasing costs of locating in the South-east and Midlands, along with growing concerns over the availability of labour, are driving occupiers to look further afield, dispersing the spread of distribution facilities throug

Recycling shed well underway

Asda's new 9,300sq m facility at AMEC Development's flagship scheme Wakefield Europort is well underway, bringing the total amount of space occupied to more than 120,900sq m. The new accommodation will provide an Asda Service Centre (ASC) and IT facility,

Planning consent granted for Worksop shed

Innovate Logistics will complete the former British Coal site's redevelopment after purchasing the last plot of land. Bassetlaw District Council has granted planning permission for Innovate Logistics and GMI Property Company to develop a 13,020sq m


Port Salford Site area - 150 acres, intermodal terminal 40 acres. Location - adjacent to MSC at Barton Locks, having road/rail/water links. Rail-connected warehouses to main Liverpool/Manchester line. Capability to accommodate full length 775

North in demand

Property developer Gazeley has bought a major new development site in Sheffield. The site was purchased from Corus and Outokumpo Stainless, which retains ownership of the adjacent site.