All Industrial & Logistics supplement articles – Page 13

  • Slough Trading Estate

    Slough Trading Estate: estate of evolution


    At 97 years old and covering some 5.6m sq ft, Slough Trading Estate is one of the oldest and largest industrial business parks in the UK, and one of the biggest in single ownership in Europe.

  • Spec dev smart

    Developers shy away from spec


    A lack of institutional funding and Brexit jitters have held back speculative development.

  • 22 Bishopsgate, London

    Consolidation centres: why offsite is on trend


    The rise of ecommerce has led to a big increase in deliveries, with negative implications for traffic levels and the environment. Could consolidation centres be the answer?

  • Mia Hunt

    Work-life balance: solving the sheds space shortage


    The industrial and logistics sector is going great guns - and it has not gone unnoticed by investors and developers.

  • Indoor farming

    Indoor farming: on to pastures new


    In the drive for sustainability, new operators are looking to indoor farming to bring food closer to consumers.

  • Warehouse

    Digital era brings growth


    The digital era has transformed both the expectations of consumers and the demands on retailers and distributors as people expect faster delivery and greater variety, all of which has had a profound impact on the property market.

  • Warehouse

    Keep the industrial faith – it will pay off


    Industrial and logistics real estate is undergoing a transformational renaissance. Warehouses now form the spine of a modern supply chain.

  • Sheds and beds

    Sheds and beds: solving the capital’s space dilemma


    It’s a London thing. Such little supply and such voracious, global demand - a housing crisis, a drastic need for more employment land and one of the world’s biggest ecommerce consumer bases shopping 24 hours a day.

  • Yardi roundtable, Sheds Conference 2017

    The Distribution Revolution: impact of tech on logistics


    The rise of ecommerce has revolutionised the way we shop - but it has also transformed property logistics. Technology is helping retailers and carriers to manage stock movements, in-store click collect and home deliveries, but it is also a costly investment.

  • Sheds Conference Charles Spicer Savills

    Video: Talking Sheds - the distribution revolution


    As part of the 2017 PW Sheds Conference, Property Week teamed up with Yardi to present ‘Talking Sheds - the distribution revolution’, a series of interviews with leading names in logistics on how advances in technology will have a profound impact on suppliers and occupiers in the industrial and ...

  • Paul Crosbie

    Speculate to accumulate: Paul Crosbie interview


    Finding suitable investment opportunities in the industrial sector isn’t easy at the moment, according to M G’s head of logistics and industrial, Paul Crosbie.

  • John Burbage

    London’s called: John Burbage interview


    Burbage Realty has been one of the best-performing industrial agencies through good times and bad. Now it is on a growth push, looking to capitalise on the strong market fundamentals in the industrial and logistics sector.

  • Tim Johnson

    Five minutes with: Tim Johnson of Chancerygate


    Chancerygate’s head of development on rugby, Indian food and the challenges of securing land.

  • Eddie Stobart, Magna Park, Lutterworth

    Shed aesthetics: beauty and the beast


    Despite the industrial markets’ huge popularity at the moment, developers are having to raise their design standards to attract high-quality tenants and keep town planners happy.

  • Money £50 notes

    Sheds market: a sector caught in a perfect storm


    The sheds market is in a perfect storm. On the one hand demand for industrial and warehouse stock is continuing to rise significantly, while on the other we’re seeing available stock levels continuing to dwindle in the region we operate in.

  • Barberry 157, Burton upon Trent

    At the heart of it all: Barberry Group interview


    West Midlands-based developer Barberry Group has never strayed far from its roots.

  • Motorway

    M1 vs M40: motoring ahead?


    The M1 has been the undisputed king of logistics highways in the UK for decades. However, there is a new contender in town that is looking to steal the M1’s crown.

  • Mia Hunt

    Sheds and the race for space


    Industrial and logistics was one of the worst-hit property sectors in the depths of the recession.

  • Rectory Farm warehouse, London

    Rectory Farm: sheds going underground


    Nicholas King, director at Formal Investments, has a vision for a new warehouse in London that many have labelled “ambitious”. Reading between the lines, it is perhaps a polite way of saying the idea is complicated, daring, brave, foolish, crazy even.

  • Logistics warehouse

    The logistics of ecommerce: where’s my stuff?


    On the face of it, things couldn’t look much better for the booming ecommerce sector. Figures from accountancy firm BDO suggest online retail sales grew 18% last year, while the festive period saw online sales some 19% higher than in December 2015.