SEGRO commits £2bn to net zero warehouse development in West Midlands

David Sleath

Industrial giant SEGRO has committed £2bn to a decade-long net zero warehouse development programme after becoming a strategic partner of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

The group aims to deliver 13.5m sq ft of sustainable warehouse space across the West Midlands by the end of 2033, focused on tech-enabled logistics facilities as well as purpose-built space for research and development and light manufacturing.

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