Tuesday 25th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Croydon park in demand

Slough Estates has let units 7 and 8, Commerce Park, Croydon to distribution company Valvai Holdings. The company has taken 1,972sq m on a 15-year lease at £91 per sq m. Six further units remain available ranging from 938sq m to 2,536sq m.

On The Bridge

ProLogis, in partnership with Dartford Borough Council, has started developing a 264-acre, mixed-use project at North Dartford, east of central London.

Design and build opportunities at Trafford Park

Brixton has received detailed planning consent for the last remaining plot at the Electric Park development in Trafford Park. Permission to build either a single unit of 10,201sq m or two units of 6,897sq m and 4,385sq m has been secured at the six acre s

Exhibition firm goes to Collonade Point

Eden Park Developments, part of the Fiducia Group, has sold the first unit at its 7,664sq m industrial and distribution scheme at Prologis Park, Coventry, with two further units under offer. The 557sq m unit G has been taken by International Lifting and S

Automotive firm pre-lets site

A new 6,503sq m facility on Centre 38, Barton-under-Needwood, near Burton-on-Trent, has been pre-let to one of the world's biggest automotive parts suppliers by Barton Business Park, a joint venture between St Modwen Properties and ProLogis.

New head office for supplier

LSC Group has relocated its headquarters to Fradley Park, the 300-acre distribution, warehouse and office centre on the A38 near Lichfield being developed by Evans Property Group.

The evolution factor

The market for distribution space in the North-west mirrors other trends experienced nationwide. Nationally the logistics and industrial market has seen major re-structuring over recent years with retailers leading the reconfiguration of distribution netw

Accessing all areas

Having to have four walls and a roof on a warehouse is a needless expense - or it would be if it was not for bad weather and criminals. If there was some other way of protecting goods from those two problems, ProLogis would not bother with the building en

Kemsley Field Business site sold to joint venture

European logistics developer Gazeley, in joint venture with Standard Life Investments, has bought 126-acres of Kemsley Fields Business Park in Sittingbourne, Kent from Kemsley Fields, for £20M.

First tenant for The Hub

IMI Components is occupying an 8,370sq m unit at Birmingham's The Hub. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for the production of high precision, 'severe service' components, was purpose-built for the company - a high-tech building which aptly refl