Speculative Build

Under Construction:

We aim to provide you the quality of product on which your business can depend. This is achieved through our continual investment in engineering improvement and employing a ‘best in class’ supply chain, supported through our experienced management team.

We have committed to develop the following buildings:

Birmingham 100, M6/J6

  • Available to Let
  • 100,000 sq. ft
  • 12m to haunch + 50m yard
  • Practical Completion: October 2017

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Logistics North, Bolton M61/J4

  • Under offer
  • 360,000 sq. ft
  • 15m to haunch
  • Building Complete

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Belvedere Wharf, London M25/J1a

  • Available to Let
  • 87,000 sq. ft
  • 12m to haunch
  • Practical Completion: September 2017

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Interlink, M1/J22

  • Available to Let
  • 225,000 sq. ft
  • 12m to haunch
  • Building Complete

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Banbury Cross, M40/J11

  • Under offer
  • 111,000 sq. ft
  • 12m to haunch
  • Building Complete

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