Category: Industrial News
Market trends, transactions and news stories from across the business.
Industrial & Logistics Agency Trends
A few trends have emerged over the last seven weeks and our industrial agents have summarised their most prominent findings since the UK has entered lockdown.
Strettons advises Segro on Tottenham's largest land deal in a decade
SEGRO purchases eight acres of land on White Hart Lane, Tottenham, as it plans new 185,000 sq ft logistics development.
Strettons complete purchase of specialist industrial agency
The move signals Strettons' intentions to further grow its thriving industrial department, led by Director, Neal Matthews.
East London Insights - Industrial demand in London
The Mayor of London's extensive Draft New London Plan signaled his determination to 'get London building'. The ambitious housing targets and the accompanying relaxation of planning constraints and density guidelines to enable home builders to meet expectations, coupled with The Mayor's clearly and expressed commitment to protect the green belt at all costs, have been the focus of media attention.
New plans for industrial land in north & north east London
Sadiq Khan’s renewed emphasis on unlocking land for building includes redeveloping brownfield sites, promoting the use of small sites, increasing density and the development of new growth corridors alongside planned new infrastructure. This all confirms his determination to deliver the new homes London residents and businesses need, but also to work towards a vision of a greener London.
Making the most of industrial space demand
The Strettons industrial team has worked with clients to help them respond to the shift for space outside of the M25 and protect their investments through a creative approach to disposing of larger premises.
Industrial market update
Demand remains strong, with online retail and residential development fuels industrial space shortage in London. Occupier demand has remained steady for industrial property, particularly throughout outer London and the Home Counties...