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Joint venture to spec-build

Eden Park Developments, part of the Fiducia Group, has bought an 11.45 acre site near the A38 in Burton-on-Trent on which to build a speculative £15M 19,500sq m warehouse in a joint venture scheme with Northridge Capital.

PEFP adds to Hungarian sheds

ProLogis European Properties Fund (PEPF), part of distribution facilities and services provider ProLogis, has bought the 101,987sq m Harbor Park in Budapest. kits out beauty DC

Revlon’s new 8,547sq m distribution centre at Stone, Staffordshire is to being project managed by property specialist

Latest DC supports branch growth

PTS Plumbing, a leading distributor in the heating, plumbing and sanitaryware market, has opened its new distribution centre at Witton. The new 9,300sq m distribution centre enables the company to open more new branches.

Freeway Park second phase starts

Salmon Developments and NFU Mutual joint venture Salmon Harvester has sold the third and final unit at Freeway Park, Normanton, West Yorkshire, paving the way for a second phase of 11,890sq m.

Bolton becoming distribution hot spot

Commercial property specialist Nolan Redshaw has secured a mass of lettings at the Horwich Locomotive Industrial Estate, a 2,592sq m site which will offer a range of industrial units and over five acres of open storage land.

Developer increases North-west portfolio

Gazeley has added a new 45 acre site located at XL NorthWest Business Park in Skelmersdale to its portfolio as part of its aggressive land acquisition programme.

Port of Tyne shed opens

A £6.3M warehouse, which forms part of a £10M investment programme, has officially opened at the Port of Tyne. At 18.6m high, the new facility provides substantial palletised warehousing for high value products.

Wellingborough facility changes hands

Brixton plc has agreed a second letting in Enfield at the 8,556sq m A10 Exchange development which forms an extension to the existing Great Cambridge Industrial Estate.

Light industrial sheds come to market

The commercial area in and around Marchwood continues to develop as one of Southampton’s most successful industrial regions, despite the refusal of ABP’s Dibden Bay development.

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