Sunday 12th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Viewing all Property articles

Mark One gets M1 facility

Family-owned kitchen and bathroom distributor Mark Two Distributors has taken on the newly refurbished 8,966sq m unit M1 on Moorfield Group's Heywood Distribution Park in Greater Manchester as part of an on-going business expansion strategy.

Europort gains another four

AMEC Developments has recently received planning permission for four units to be built on the final phase at Valencia Park, part of the region's prime distribution centre, Wakefield Europort. Totalling 6.743sq m (72,500sq ft) and starting on site this

Corby gets cross-docked shed

Rosemound Developments, the specialist distribution developer half-owned by HBoS, is developing a 46,500sq m cross-docked warehouse at Corby in conjunction with Standard Life Investment.

Developer scores seven at trafford park!

Brixton has completed seven new lettings at Trafford Park, Manchester totalling 2,380sq m following the acquisition of the property in March of this year. On average these lettings are 12% above the valuer's ERVs at acquisition.

Stoke emerging as major logistics hub

The first phase of ProLogis' speculative warehouse development at the former Michelin Tyre factory at Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent is under way. The first unit, DC1, measures 23,250sq m and will be extendable to 46,500sq m.

Bouyant Scottish market defies supply drought

The appetite for investment product in Edinburgh and Glasgow has remained 'insatiable' despite a severe lack of supply, according to property agent Knight Frank's latest annual M8 Corridor Report. Both the Edinburgh and Glasgow investment markets

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.

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.