Danish shipping and logistics company Maersk has taken investment manager and industrial developer GLP’s 601,761ft2 Mammoth 602 development at its G-Park Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
The company has taken a 15-year lease on the facility that boasts two 50m service yards, 20m clear internal height, 60 dock levellers, 16 large dock levellers, 24 level access and 4 van level access doors.
The site is located off Junction 4 of the M18 motorway.
Mammoth 602 is a strong example of GLP’s commitment to sustainability across its developments. It is GLP’s third building to be net zero carbon for construction, in line with the UKGBC framework, and is part of the Planet Mark accreditation scheme which helps to further reduce the carbon footprint for the occupier. In addition to an array of GLP standard sustainability features, including rainwater harvesting and a building analytics system, the development is home to unique initiatives such as the ‘Tiny Forest’. This is a collaboration with Earth Watch and Rame Consulting to establish a small, densely planted group of trees, encouraging biodiversity and carbon sequestration, whilst also acting as a wellness feature for tenants and the local community.