Sunday, September 19, 2021

String of deals completed at Nottingham industrial and warehousing scheme

Acting on behalf of Northwood Urban Logistics, joint agents FHP and JLL have completed a string of new lettings at the Trent Gateway industrial and warehousing scheme in the Beeston area of Nottingham.

The scheme was developed in 2020 by Chancerygate to provide 18 brand new high specification industrial and warehouse units available with options ranging from 2,500 to 30,000 sq ft.

Recent lettings have been concluded with the letting of Unit 23 to BW Flexible Systems who have taken a 20,620 sq ft unit and Unit 27 and Unit 29 to RSK Group and Europa Disc respectively, with just 8 units left on the scheme.

Mark Tomlinson, Director of FHP Property Consultants, said: “We are delighted that the scheme continues to achieve good levels of interest. We have ongoing discussions on several units and look forward to announcing further activity on the site in due course.

“There is a significant lack of availability of good quality industrial premises within the greater Nottingham market and of course the wider region, which is especially apparent for those seeking units sub 20,000 sq ft.

“These units do offer a fantastic solution for those growing occupiers, with Landlord funded office fit out options available, 8m eaves height, good sized yard, electric car charging and the train station on site.”

Iain Taylor of Northwood Urban Logistics said: “We are very pleased to welcome our first occupiers to the scheme. Trent Gateway is able to cater to a wide range of occupiers who will be able to adapt the units for a variety of uses.”

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