Development giant GLP is to build a million sq ft of warehouse space across seven units and four sites in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes, following the grant of planning permission. It is understood to be the largest programme of speculative logistics real estate development currently underway in the UK. GLP said the move aims to meet demand in an increasingly supply-constrained logistics real estate market in the UK. It follows the company’s completion of 1.25 million sq ft of […]
The design and construction of DPD’s new net zero distribution centre in Bicester is being held up as an example of how logistics firms and developers can radically cut carbon in new buildings.
Whether they have been forced to consider second-hand space because of a lack of new buildings or prefer it for cost reasons, occupiers have become used to a wide choice of warehouses. Now, however, they are facing a reduced supply.
Selby District Council has confirmed that planning permission has finally been granted for a development at Olympia Park, subject to a Section 106 agreement.