Len Rosso

  • unit

    Consumers will drive urban logistics demand


    The industrial sector must embrace changes in the consumer landscape and look for innovative solutions.

  • Online shopping

    Expect more interest in flexible space


    Activity remained buoyant in January and February 2020 but March data reveals that, in general, occupiers were not committing to signing new leases.

  • Warehouse tech

    The changing face of I&L


    The industrial sector has transformed itself over the past five years, and the most important driver is the change in consumer behaviour and consequent growth in online commerce. The old model of delivering goods is simply not fit for purpose anymore – and 10 years from now, the new model ...

  • Gazeley Magna Park Lutterworth

    Industrial boom to continue in 2019


    While uncertainty around Brexit continues, in the industrial and logistics sector we are witnessing almost record levels of take-up as occupiers compete to future-proof their supply chains.

  • 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.

  • Warehouse

    Industrial to continue upward trajectory


    Brexit, Iceland storming us at the football World Cup and Heathrow’s third runway - 2016 has certainly thrown up a few surprises and forced us to look at the merits (or shortcomings) of our neighbours.