Industrial & Logistics supplement

  • SEGRO Park Rainham

    SEGRO in London: East side story


    SEGRO has big plans in east London, with 1.4m sq ft in the pipeline across five sites. Greater London director Alan Holland speaks to Property Week about working with the GLA, balancing resi and industrial and the firm’s future plans.

  • Mia Hunt 480

    All well and good in the industrial and logistics sector


    Could sheds become leafy idylls complete with onsite yoga rooms and falafel-fuelled workers? It may sound far-fetched but in years to come it might not be far removed from reality.

  • Logistics census

    Space demand set to rocket


    The industrial and logistics sector is set fair for a sustained period of growth if the upbeat sentiment of respondents to Property Week , Savills and db symmetry’s first-ever market census , in association with Analytiqa, is anything to go by.

  • Park Royal

    Built-in wellness is becoming a fact of life


    When the White Collar Factory in Old Street, London, opened its doors earlier this month, it wasn’t so much the office space that drew attention as the 150-metre running track that sits atop the 16-storey building.

  • Spec big sheds site

    Spec build down on 2016 high


    There has been a sharp slowdown in the delivery of large speculative sheds this year, reveals new data from GVA - and activity is set to slow further still in the second half of 2017.

  • 3D printing

    Don’t ignore tech disruptors


    As consumers increasingly turn to online or mobile retail as well as become accustomed to one-hour delivery services, the logistics real estate sector has undergone significant transformation - and undoubtedly more change lies ahead.

  • London Gateway Logistics Centre

    Lack of industrial space is a wake-up call


    We live in an age where we can access anything at our fingertips, regardless of the time of day or our location, and we absolutely take it for granted.

  • FLEXE warehouse

    Excess space solution: FLEXE appeal


    A new online marketplace connects businesses in need of additional shed space with those that have excess capacity.

  • Drone carrying parcel

    Are flying warehouses just pie in the sky?


    It seems that the only way is up for warehouse stock.

  • Shed of the future illustration

    Shed of the future: automatic for the people


    A driverless vehicle docks at a remote warehouse in the Scottish Borders. Inside the four-storey facility, a workforce of more than 1,000 robots simultaneously picks items of stock and packs them into boxes ready for delivery to customers’ houses via an army of unmanned drones.