As supplier to more than 500 dealers throughout the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands, the Nissan/Renault Parts distribution centre at Magna Park in Leicestershire is one of the largest and most active installations of its kind.
Hi-Gear, distributor of camping, two-wheel, ski and general outdoors equipment and accessories, has amalgamated several distribution centres into one newly acquired central distribution centre near Sleaford in Lincolnshire.
Manchester-based property adviser Matthews & Goodman has sold Plot 600 at Radial Park, Stoke-on-Trent to Sladen Estates close to the asking price of quarter of £250,000 per acre. Radial Park is a joint venture between Michelin and AWG Developments.
Scarborough Development Group and Clugston Estates have obtained detailed planning consent at Redhouse Interchange, off J38 of A1(M) in Yorkshire, for a 60,851sq m distribution centre. The companies advised by joint agents DTZ and Gent Visic
Yearsley Cold Storage and Distribution has opened its new £12M depot at Seaham, County Durham. Phase 1 of the site has been fully operational since August with an 11,000 pallet capacity for cold and chilled storage, and the depot is being expanded
ProLogis is now on site at Bermuda Park, Nuneaton with a 28,180sq m speculative distribution warehouse.
GVA Grimley has negotiated the sale of units 10/11 and A – D Bramhall Industrial Estate in Stockport to private clients of David Rose for nearly £1.5M, reflecting a 7.43% NI yield. The property comprises 2,242sq m of modern industrial accommodation
Distribution property specialist sbh.uk is project managing the construction and fit-out of a new 25,000sq m high-bay distribution centre in Walsall for ‘off-price’ retailer TK Maxx, and acting as tenant’s agent for the completion of a 7,200sq m ex
Warburtons has acquired a site at Tuscany Park Wakefield Europort from AMEC Developments for the construction of new ‘super’ bakery. The company has received detailed planning consent and is currently constructing the new unit on the 13-acre site.
ON April 1, 2005 all commercial properties in the UK will have their business rates adjusted by a Revaluation, with the rateable values being determined by the Inland Revenue Valuation Office Agency (VOA) in England and Wales, and by the Scottish Assessor