Logicor secures urban warehouse scheme in Dartford

Logicor has bought Tritax Big Box and Bericote’s soon-to-be-built 83,000 ft² urban logistics scheme at the Littlebrook Power Station redevelopment in Dartford, South London.

Plot 4a and 4b, comprising 20 units ranging from 2,885 to 6,025 ft² will be known as Logicor Park Dartford. It will be built to EPC ‘A’ Rated and BREEAM Excellent, with LED lighting throughout, solar PV roof panels, along with EV charging points.

Richard Phillips, Logicor’s Portfolio Director, comments: “This scheme fits perfectly within our strategy of expanding our presence in well-located industrial and logistics areas across the UK. The strategic position of Logicor Park Dartford, with its close proximity to Central London within the M25, matches our vision for connecting our customers with their customers and enabling the flow of trade.”

Strategically located adjacent to the Dartford Crossing, the scheme is positioned to provide quick, direct access to Central London and to the wider south-east markets via the M25, A13 and A2. Existing occupiers in the area include Amazon, IKEA, DPD and Sainsbury’s.

JLL and DTRE have been appointed as letting agents for the scheme.

Jake Huntley, Partner at DTRE, says: “The demand for modern, well specified logistics accommodation has remained strong in recent months, as occupiers seek to decarbonise their supply-chain and increase operational efficiencies. We anticipate that the specification of Logicor Park Dartford will appeal to a wide range of businesses, aiming to benefit from the energy efficient accommodation.”

Source: logisticsmanager.com

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