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Trentham Lakes distribution site sold

The newly-built 3,450sq m regional distribution centre developed by Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration for Littlewoods’ home shopping delivery arm Business Express at the 400-acre Trentham Lakes has been sold to a private investor for £2.5M.

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Three sheds revamped on Nursling estate

The refurbishing of Units 3, 4 and 5 in Mauritania Road, Nursling Industrial Estate, Southampton, should now be complete. The three units are owned by the Electricity Supply Nominees and actively managed by F&C Property Investment Management.

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Just one to go

Kier Property says there is just one built unit remaining at Trade City Exeter, with its prime scheme for business, trade and warehouse occupiers. One 597sq m has just been bought by LCD Publising – making it their third unit on the scheme, leaving only 4

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Brewer picks Cabot Park for distribution centre

Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) has signed a £6M deal with the Burford Group for a 7,355sq m distribution unit at Cabot Park, Bristol. The facility will be the brewer’s new distribution centre and trading office for the region.

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Kellogg warehouse ahead of schedule

The construction and fit-out of a new 30,700sq m warehouse for cereals manufacturer Kelloggs has been in just 29 weeks – four weeks ahead of schedule. The development, on Electric Park Trafford Park, Manchester, was project managed by sbh.uk working in co

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Printer meets expansion needs

Stones of Banbury is the second company to take space at IOG’s new IO Centre at the Wildmere Industrial Estate, Banbury, directly opposite the M40 motorway.

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The Hub in Birmingham gets underway

The £150M scheme to regenerate the largest brownfield development site in the Midlands into The Hub, offering distribution and production facilities, is due to start. Located between J6 and J7 of the M6 near Spaghetti Junction, The Hub (see Logistics Mana

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EU Directive makes it easier to sue

Warehouse managers must act now to protect themselves against new breeds of occupational disease claims, warns Norwich Union Risk Services (NURS), as new regulations being introduced because of the EU Directive on Physical Agents (Vibration) will make it

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Record truck sales a good omen?

Birmingham property agent Eagleton & Co is confident that the huge investment in commercial vehicle fleets “must have a direct spin-off into the distribution property sector”.