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Industrial & Logistics supplement May 2024


Prime assets lead a 6.9% rise in I&L rents in year to March 2024 - Developers take healthy interest in outdoor space - UK MD Greg Cooper on its growth plans - Q&A with Tritax Big Box CEO Colin Godfrey - Five minutes with Infinium Logistics’ Cheryl Perry

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Q&A: Five minutes with Cheryl Perry


The senior development director at Infinium Logistics on being ‘firm but fair’ and loving Star Trek.

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Industrial & Logistics supplement February 2024


UK I&L rents  up 8.2% over past five years - Can the bespoke I&L market recover? - Chancerygate’s MD on plans for growth - Five minutes with…GLP senior development director Adrienne Howells

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Q&A: Five minutes with Adrienne Howells


The senior development director at GLP on equal opportunity, Ted Lasso and visiting St Lucia.

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Industrial & Logistics supplement October 2023


I&L take-up falls by almost half in 2023 - Will developers embrace timber construction? - Tritax partner Petrina Austin talks strategy - Five minutes with… Gerald Eve associate Emily Pearson


Q&A: Five minutes with Gerald Eve associate Emily Pearson


Associate in Gerald Eve’s London industrial agency team on inspirational women and the Galapagos.

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I&L take-up falls by almost half in 2023


Speculative development in the sector has also taken a hit, holding back the take-up figures even further.

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Overhaul planning to drive logistics growth

2023-10-27T13:13:00+01:00By Sam Bensted

The national debate on planning reform has tended to focus on how we can build more homes, with less attention given to the employment uses needed to create sustainable communities and jobs for local residents.

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All things great and small: Interview with Tritax Big Box partner Petrina Austin

2023-10-27T00:00:00+01:00By Andrew Saunders

Tritax Big Box specialises in owning and managing large warehouses. So, why has the REIT started snapping up smaller logistics sites? Andrew Saunders quizzes partner Petrina Austin on its strategy.

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Into the woods: Is it time to turn to timber?

2023-10-27T00:00:00+01:00By Greg Pitcher

Warehouse developers are eager to improve the environmental credentials of their latest buildings, but nearly all are constructed out of concrete and steel. Has the time come to turn to timber?

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The time has come to turn to timber


Industrial and logistics developers have made impressive progress on sustainability in recent years. Where once they were only too happy to throw up poorly insulated structures at breakneck speed, now careful consideration is given to a building’s energy efficiency and overall environmental performance.


Be up front about fire risk

2023-10-27T00:00:00+01:00By Samuel Leader

An industrial multi-tenant property is only as safe as the riskiest tenant.

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Commit to delivering biodiversity net gain

2023-10-27T00:00:00+01:00By Caroline Musker

Biodiversity net gain (BNG) legislation, which was due to come into force next month, has now been delayed until January. The legislation requires property developers to deliver a minimum 10% BNG to help protect and enhance the nature on the land they are developing. But why is this legislation important?

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Industrial & Logistics supplement July 2023


Logistics firms set to boost shed footprint - East Midlands Gateway’s multi-modal offer proves popular - Harworth’s Lynda Shillaw on potential for growth - Logicor’s UK managing director Charlie Howard


Prioritising sustainability

2023-07-19T15:02:00+01:00By George MacKinnon

The Covid-19 pandemic catalysed investment into the logistics market following the unexpected spike in demand from ecommerce and third-party logistics occupiers.

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Dig into the data for I&L sector success

2023-07-19T14:48:00+01:00By Oli Farago

The past few years have been tumultuous for the industrial and logistics (I&L) market. Despite 2020 being the worst year for the UK economy in more than three centuries, the I&L market flourished due to a combination of increased reliance on online shopping and demand for personal protective equipment (PPE).


Q&A: Five minutes with Logicor's Charlie Howard


Logicor’s UK managing director discusses imposter syndrome, the value of mentors and Mr Bean.

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‘A hell of a portfolio’


Lynda Shillaw, chief executive of development giant Harworth Group, tells Property Week about its plans to deliver 35m sq ft of I&L space.


Road, rail and air

2023-07-19T14:04:00+01:00By Andrew Saunders

East Midlands Gateway’s multi-modal offer has proven so popular since it opened in 2017 that the site is almost full.

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Logistics firms set to boost shed footprint


Demand for European warehouse space shows no sign of abating despite a turbulent economic backdrop.

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Industrial & Logistics: Another level


There is a child-like quality to multi-level logistics schemes, with their boxy designs split over several levels or storeys.

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Industrial & Logistics supplement April 2023


UK buyers drive rise in average sale price of I&L stock - Does multi-level concept really stack up? - Valor partner on the firm’s strategy - Five minutes with KSP’s development manager Trudy Revell

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Up, up and away

2023-04-20T00:00:00+01:00By Greg Pitcher

Despite the hype, very few multi-level industrial schemes have been built in the UK. Property Week asks whether the concept still stacks up.


UK investors drive rise in I&L sale prices


Despite a dip at the end of 2022, the average price of UK stock has risen by 13.6% over a three-year period.


‘Location remains paramount’

2023-04-20T00:00:00+01:00By Andy Saunders

The race for space continues apace in the urban logistics market. Valor partner and head of investments Cane Napolitano tells Property Week how it plans to keep ahead of the pack.


Q&A: Five minutes with Trudy Revell, development manager at KSP


The development manager at KSP on Gogglebox, pathological stories and visiting the Big Apple.


Demand for multi-let space keeps growing


It is remarkable how resilient occupier activity continues to be in the multi-let industrial (MLI) sector, amid the wider macroeconomic slowdown.

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I&L’s planning challenge


Despite the recent well-documented economic challenges, occupational demand for warehouse space across the UK is booming. However, available sites remain in very short supply.

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Compromise is crucial for urban logistics

2023-04-20T00:00:00+01:00By Richard Bains

Demand from occupiers for grade-A sustainable urban logistics space in strategic locations throughout the UK continues to rise.


Renewable power that’s fit for the future

2023-04-20T00:00:00+01:00By Petrina Austin

It is clear from speaking to customers that ensuring their logistics space is fit for purpose for the future, both operationally and economically, is foremost in their decision making.

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Q&A: ‘The market will carry on’


Allsop’s George Walker and Richard Adamson tell Daniel McGrath about the auction house’s ballroom return and what’s in store for 2023

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Reasons to be cheerful: insight into the 2023 auction market


Despite new regulations coming into force and interest-rate hikes hitting the affordability of nance, many experts are upbeat about this year’s prospects for commercial property auctions. Tim Clark reports

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Guide to Auctions introduction - March 2023


There’s nothing like a bit of economic uncertainty to shake up the auctions market. On the one hand, it helps create a supply of properties as homeowners and landlords seek quick sales. On the other, it limits the potential number of buyers, with financing becoming more expensive and redevelopment margins ...

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Guide to Auctions supplement - March 2023


Auction houses are upbeat about the prospects for 2023 as the market remains resilient; a Q&A with Allsop’s commercial and residential directors on the firm’s return to the ballroom, how ‘Trussonomics’ affected the market and the future outlook.

I&L supplement Feb 2023

Industrial & Logistics supplement February 2023


SEGRO launches its most sustainable warehouse yet - GLP Europe’s MD remains upbeat on sector’s future - Use of robots allows for taller warehouses - Five minutes with Trammell Crow Company’s Sophie Watkin

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SEGRO: Green giant


Industrial specialist SEGRO has transformed a fire-damaged industrial site in north London into one of the most sustainable warehouse developments in the UK.

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Sharp drop in I&L spend at the tail end of 2022


Investment in industrial and logistics properties plummeted in Q4 2022 after the strongest-ever start to a year.

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Scaling new heights in logistics


As more occupiers start to use automation, warehouse design is having to evolve to keep pace with their needs.


The benefits of timber

2023-02-10T00:00:00+00:00By Florian Hoyndorf

In northern Italy, Cromwell Property Group is developing wooden logistics buildings, which we believe will create an important case study to help inform the industry about the benefits of using timber.

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Blue skies ahead

2023-02-10T00:00:00+00:00By Andrew Saunders

The industrial and logistics market might be softening but, as UK managing director of GLP Europe Bruce Topley tells Andrew Saunders, that doesn’t mean it is heading from boom to bust.

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Business parks offer modern solutions

2023-02-10T00:00:00+00:00By Martin O'Rourke

With many businesses transitioning to a hybrid working model or implementing more collaborative working practices, the traditional functions of warehousing units are increasingly less relevant as more adaptable uses become prevalent.


Why renewables make sense for I&L firms

2023-02-10T00:00:00+00:00By Simon Cox

With soaring inflation and rising energy costs, many businesses are getting serious about investing in renewable solutions to reduce their operational expenditure.

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Q&A: Five minutes with Sophie Watkin, Trammell Crow Company’s UK planning director


Trammell Crow Company’s UK planning director, Sophie Watkin, on giving back, The Traitors and supporting Sheffield Utd.

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