Goodman has secured detailed planning consent for a megashed of 569,500 sq ft at Andover Business Park in Hampshire, enabling it to increase the development options on the park.
Cambridge Biomedical Campus has been selected as the site of AstraZeneca/MedImmune’s new global research and development centre and corporate headquarters, in a deal tipped by Property Week.
Segro has bought a distribution warehouse in Burton-Upon-Trent for £18.1m.
Valad Europe has sold a 200,000 sq ft distribution warehouse in Worcester to the occupier, Wolseley UK Limited.
The global industrial real estate company has clawed its way back from the brink of collapse. Two years after the merger with AMB, a joint venture deal with Norges is imminent. Prologis is back. Stuart Watson reports
The sheds market wants to find ways to cash in on the e-commerce boom. Stuart Watson reports
Telsar is fast becoming a leading player in west London. Founders Bal Panesar and Dipesh Patel are street-smart locals who speak the language. Stuart Watson met them
Property Week’s best property newcomer of 2012 is ready to take on the shed development competition this year. Stuart Watson talks to the two men at the company’s helm, Jason Dalby and David Keir. Photographs by Anthony Lycett
Amazon is on the hunt for 1m sq ft sheds in key locations — ideally by yesterday. Mark Wilding reports
The industrial sector has reached equilibrium across central Europe, according to a research report published by Cushman & Wakefield.
The last 12 months has been one of the busiest periods in recent history in the forecourt property sector. Barber Wadlow estimates that there have been over 1,100 petrol stations sold or let since the end of 2011, whichrepresents an incredible 13% of the total number of forecourts (8,587 sites).
UK commercial property rents have fallen for a full quarter.
First-quarter transaction volumes up on 2012; Jones Lang LaSalle still on top.
Although it is still early days in the growth of e-commerce, retailers are already re-evaluating their distribution channels to support demand and expected growth.
In a fiercely competitive business environment, some commentators have been quick to call the end of the business park model. I beg to differ.
Prologis chief Hamid Moghadam talks to Patrick Gower about the creation of the world’s biggest property company by portfolio size. Photographs by Trent McMin