At just under 515,000 sq ft, Derby 515 is a superbly located cross-docked warehouse served by excellent transport links and a very large, suitably skilled workforce, in one of the UK’s centres for advanced manufacturing and logistics.
The building has 15m clear internal height, 56 dock doors and 8 level access doors as well as parking spaced for 123 trailers. But it can also be divided down its length (cross-split) into two self-contained units of 226,497 sq ft and 287,416 sq ft respectively. These would each have 28 dock doors and 4 level access doors.
Derby 515 is just ten minutes from Junction 24A of the M1, which it reaches via Junction 2 of the A50, five minutes drive from the site. A vital link road in the national motorway network, the A50 also provides effortless access to the M6, giving occupiers of Derby 515 truly national market access from this strategic location: a fact not lost on Kuehne & Nagel, who operate a 632,000 sq ft logistics unit for Heineken on an adjacent plot. Rolls-Royce and Bombardier are also located nearby, as are many of their key suppliers.