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DHL

Aylesford, UK

Location: Panattoni Park Aylesford
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 110,406 sq ft

The unit of 110,406 sq ft was handed over in April 2023 to DHL, a global logistics company.

DHL’s new net zero carbon premises have achieved a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC rating of ‘A+’.

The 110,406 sq ft facility will become part of DHL’s network of last-mile hubs serving its customers across the South East.

Fowler Welch

Aylesford, UK

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Location: Panattoni Park Aylesford
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 97,891 sq ft

The unit of 97,891 sq ft was handed over in April 2023 to Fowler Welch, a temperature-controlled logistics company

The building has incorporated a 1.5MVA photovoltaic array covering the roof, a car park canopy and cycle shelter.

The peak electrical output from the solar panels is equal to the incoming supply, which means Fowler Welch will be able to operate fully from the power generated onsite. The Fowler Welch facility has also achieved a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC rating of ‘A+’.

Marley Tiles

Aylesford, UK

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Location: Panattoni Park Aylesford
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 9,945 sq ft

The unit of 9,945 sq ft was handed over the keys in April 2023 to Marley, a UK leader in the manufacture and supply of pitched roof systems to the construction market.

Marley’s premises, which were built to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’, will be used for storage and distribution.

Marley relocated its current operation and staff from Wrotham, six miles west of Aylesford.

Amazon

Swindon, UK

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Location: Panattoni Swindon 2.3
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 2.3 million sq ft

A record-breaking 2.3 million sq ft unit, the largest single unit letting in the UK. Swindon 2.3 is a 68-acre complex containing a 2.3 million sq ft build to suit logistics facility for Amazon

The cutting edge internet retail facility has a 625,000 sq ft footprint. Three floors totalling 1.64 million sq ft accommodate Amazon’s extensive automation.

The building also features 66,000 sq ft of ground floor offices, plus 70,000 sq ft of welfare and amenity spaces. Planning was granted in August 2020, the first of 3,500 steel piles being driven a month later. In Q4 2021, practical completion was attained, and the building was immediately operational.

EVRi

Aylesford, UK

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Location: Panattoni Park Aylesford
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 79,000 sq ft

The unit of 79,000 sq ft was pre-let in March 2022 to EVRi, one of the UK’s largest parcel delivery companies, signing a 15-year lease which will be a net carbon zero development..

With 28 dock doors, 6 level access doors and a 64m yard, it will increase EVRi’s network capacity and fulfil its growth in the area. Around 150 jobs will be created at the facility.

The unit has been built to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and EPC ‘A+’.

UPS

Strykow, Poland

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Location: Strykow
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 150,032 sq ft

A dedicated BTS facility for the client’s specific needs. This is the first UPS distribution centre in the CEE region. It combines the functionality of a reloading centre and a distribution hub for shipments of various sizes allowing it to grow to meet the demands of the market.

The facility is equipped with cutting edge technology, making it possible to sort 15,000 parcels per hour.

Coca Cola

Brno Airport, Czech Rebublic

Location: Brno Airport
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 102,225 sq ft

The new building in the logistics zone near Brno Airport brings a number of innovations not only from a construction, but also from a user point of view.

The modular construction system allowed the tenants to use two separate parts of one building in parallel while maintaining good transport services.

By combining smart logistics management and choosing conflict-free logistics peak hours during the day, the building has reached an ideal utilization of its surroundings.

AAG

Rotheram, UK

Location: Panattoni Park Rotherham
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 630,000 sq ft

Panattoni signed a pre-lease agreement with Alliance Automotive Group (“AAG”) in October 2022, to a leading distributor of passenger and commercial vehicle parts, with significant international brands such as NAPA, BOSCH, Apec and FPS.

The 630,000 sq ft facility at Panattoni Park Rotherham is located next to junction 1 of the M18, and bridges the last mile to the 1.4 million consumers of the Sheffield city region.

The park will be built to a minimum BREEAM sustainability rating of ‘Very Good’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’.

Tchibo

Cheb, Czech Republic

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Location: Panattoni Park Cheb
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 785,765 sq ft

This premises has become the 2nd largest warehouse constructed in the Czech Republic and is one of the world’s largest coffee roasters facilities.

The distribution facility will serve online customers from CEE region and the south part of Germany.

Hotel Chocolat

Northampton, UK
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Location: Panattoni Park Northampton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 430,000 sq ft

Hotel Chocolat, the premium British chocolatier and cacao grower, signed a 10-year lease for the largest of the facilities at the 1.7million sq ft logistics park in Northampton.

The building was speculatively developed to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC ‘A’ rating, which as a 15m clear internal height, 40 dock doors and 4 level access doors.

iForce

Northampton, UK
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Location: Panattoni Park Northampton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 380,000 sq ft

iForce, the UK’s fastest growing e-fulfilment, carriage management and returns recovery provider, signed a 10-year lease in April 2022, for the 380,000 sq ft facility at the 1.7million sq ft logistics park in Northampton.

The building was speculatively developed to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC ‘A’ rating, which as a 15m clear internal height, 34 dock doors and 4 level access doors.

4PX

Northampton, UK
 
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Location: Panattoni Park Northampton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 250,000 sq ft

4PX Express, the global logistics company, signed a 15-year lease for the facility in April 2022, at the 1.7 million sq ft industrial park in Northampton.

The building was developed to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and an EPC ‘A’ rating, which as a 15m clear internal height, 24 dock doors and 4 level access doors.

Evri

Bolton, UK
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Location: Panattoni Park Bolton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 80,000 sq ft

The unit of 80,000 sq ft was pre-let in January 2021 to Evri, one of the UK’s largest parcel delivery companies.

This speculative development is on of the two facilities at the 360,700 sq ft Panattoni Park Bolton, which has a BREEAM sustainability rating of ‘Very Good’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’.

Rhenus

Hueckelhoven, Germany
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Location: Industriepark Rurtal
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 1,319,418 sq ft

Panattoni spec build a big multi-tenant facility at the industrial estate Industriepark Rurtal near Huckelhoven, that was later taken by Rhenus who leased the whole space.

The Rhenus Group, a globally operating logistics service provider will be using the facility to expand their existing network.

UPS

Bolton, UK
 
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Location: Panattoni Park Bolton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 280,700 sq ft

UPS signed a 10-year lease for the largest of the two facilities at the 360,700 sq ft Panattoni Park Bolton, which has a BREEAM sustainability rating of ‘Very Good’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’.

The facility, which has a 15m clear internal height, 24 dock doors and five-level access doors, was completed in September 2021.

JD Sports

Derby, UK
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Location: Derby
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 514,193 sq ft

JD Sports has signed a 20-year lease for the facility, Derby 515, which is one of the largest single-unit speculative developments under construction in the UK.

With a BREEAM sustainability rating of ‘Very Good’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’, Derby 515 will have a 15m clear internal height, 56 dock doors and eight-level access doors, as well as parking for 185 trailers. It is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of this year.

The building is part of Panattoni’s 900,000 sq ft development at Derby Commercial Park on Raynesway, two miles east of the city. The second unit at the park is Derby 370, which was let at the beginning of this year to Alloga UK on a 15-year lease term.

AO.com

Crewe, UK
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Location: Crewe Commercial Park
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 305,360 sq ft

Crewe 305 was the largest speculatively developed warehouse in the North West region to be completed in 2021. The facility is the second to be developed by Panattoni at Crewe Commercial Park.

The building has been let to AO, the online electricals retailer.

Crewe 305 has been built to a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ and an EPC rating of ‘A’ with many sustainability features, such as low energy office lighting and 15% roof lights. It also has a 15m clear internal height, 27 dock doors, five level access doors, a 50m yard with parking for 49 HGVs and up to 1.5 MVa of power.

D B Schenker

Wrocław, Poland

Location: Wroclaw
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 100,104 sq ft

The facility built for DB Schenker was produced with sustainability at the forefront. This was the first logistics operator in Poland to obtain BREEAM In-use certification for cross-docked facility.

The features included dynamic control systems, enhanced installation, solar collectors installed on the roof to head up utility water in the offices and rain water harvesting systems. Cutting energy consumption by more than half, reduce Co2 emissions by 230 tons a year and reduce power consumption by 60%.

Amazon

Wakefield, UK
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Location: Wakefield
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 512,850 sq ft

The Wakefield 515 site is a cross-docked logistics warehouse, one of the biggest speculative builds in the North.

The building has secured the lease to global e-commerce retailer, Amazon.

Wakefield 515 comprises of a 488,500 sq ft warehouse, two hub offices, 15m clear internal height, 2 MVA of power, 80 dock doors and 8 level access doors. It also has 229 HGV trailer spaces, 393 car parking spaces, EV charging and a rainwater harvesting system. The building has been built to a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ and EPC rating of ‘A’.

Pilkington Automotive

Tarnobrzeg, Poland

Location: Tarnobrzeg
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 721,182 sq ft

The build to suit facility had a range of custom-made solutions to meet Pilkingtons needs for the building.

The warehouse was equipped with 5 T overhead cranes, whereas the assembly section features 10 T overhead cranes and dry cooler installation.

CEVA Logistics

Wolverhampton, UK

Location: Wolverhampton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 448,089 sq ft

Wolverhampton 450 was speculatively built before a lease was agreed to to CEVA Logistics. Wolverhampton 450 is in an established, successful location and is ideally located close to the M6 at junction 12.

The cross-docked building comprises of 2 x 50m yards, 15m clear internal height and 2.1 MVA power. The building is BREEAM ‘Very Good’ and EPC ‘A’ rated.

Buy It Direct Group

Castle Donington, UK

Location: Castle Donington
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 523,404 sq ft

EMDC 525 was speculatively built before a lease was agreed to to Buy It Direct Group. The site is situated in one of the most strategic logistics locations in the Midlands, which neighbours the 1 million sq ft Marks and Spencer DC.

The cross-dock facility, known as EMDC 525, comprises a giant 492,000 sq ft warehouse space, 18-metre eaves and two 50m yards. The building has been awarded a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good and EPC rating of ‘A20’.

Buy It Direct, one of the UK’s leading eCommerce retailers, intend to use the facility to meet the continued demand for online products from across the UK.

Kellogg’s

Łódź, Poland

Location: Łódź
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 139,930 sq ft

The bespoke facility for Kellogg’s company is based in subzone of Kuntno of the Łódź special economic zone.

The facility is divided into three zones, the production zone, which is used for Pringles packaging process, the office space and utilities area. The new facility was built next to their existing site to bring together their production and distribution.

Alloga UK

Derby, UK

Location: Derby
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 370,991 sq ft

The 370,991 sq ft unit was developed speculatively on Derby Commercial Park before the lease was secured with the specialist healthcare logistics company.

Alloga UK will use the Derby 370 unit as a further storage and distribution facility in line with its company strategy for growth and continued investment for the future.

Leasing Derby 370 will mean that Alloga, a specialist provider of supply chain solutions for healthcare manufacturers, will occupy in total 1.78million sq ft of warehouse space. Derby 370 benefitted from an extensive 85m secure yard, 15m clear internal height and 24 dock doors. BREEAM ‘Very Good’ standard and EPC ‘A’ rating.

Swan Housing Association

Castle Donington, UK

Location: Basildon
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 116,841 sq ft

Basildon 117 was developed speculatively before a 15-year lease was agreed with Swan Housing Association, one of the UK’s leading modular home builders, Swan will make the unit its new headquarters, in addition to its existing, adjacent factory.

They will be using the new warehouse, through its NU living development subsidiary, to manufacture light gauge steel modular housing and will operate Unit 117 alongside Swan’s existing Cross Laminated Timber volumetric system delivered in its existing factory. Through this expanded capacity, NU living will eventually be capable of delivering over 1,000 modular homes each year.

Basildon 117 featured a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ standard and EPC ‘A’ rating.

Amazon

Bolton, UK
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Location: Bolton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 360,000 sq ft

The 360,000 sq ft unit was developed speculatively on the popular logistics North scheme, and at the time of construction was the largest development of its kind in the north-west region.

The building was let soon after practical completion to Amazon.

They made some modifications to the building both internally and externally, which included the installation of a multi-storey car park and additional staff welfare facilities. Within the warehouse they installed three levels of mezzanine and conventional racking.

Evri

Nottingham, UK
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Location: Panattoni Park Nottingham
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 75,402 sq ft

Panattoni Park Nottingham was developed speculatively as a logistics park. The 75,402 sq ft unit was let to Hermes during the development phase. As a result, it was possible to make adjustments to the building’s layout to meet Hermes’ specific requirements. This included the addition of a number of level entry doors to the main dock face and gable end of the building where yard was added to accommodate further HGV parking.

Amazon

Castle Donington, UK
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Location: Panattoni Park Nottingham
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 551,031 sq ft

The speculative cross-docked 550,000 sq ft building was let to Amazon after practical completion.

Following a very intensive fit out the building was brought into operation to allow distribution of goods for Christmas of 2020. In early 2021 the main fit out will be completed and see this fulfilment centre come in to full operation in the summer of that year. The facility will help serve the Midlands Region.

At the time, it was the largest new speculative development to be let in the UK.

Sainsbury’s

Bolton, UK

Location: Basingstoke
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 615,000 sq ft

Panattoni developed a 615,000 sq ft – 18m high cross-docked warehouse on behalf of Sainsbury’s. The first phase saw the demolition and redevelopment of a 1960s warehouse. Additional land was purchased next door to allow the development to be completed providing Sainsbury’s with a new regional distribution centre servicing the Heartlands and South-west regions.

The facility was developed on a turnkey basis and included the installation of cold store, racking, heating, lighting and sprinkler systems. The warehouse was designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ status and an EPC ‘A’ rating.

The Co-op

Nottingham, UK

Location: Mansfield
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 480,000 sq ft

A national distribution centre for the Co-operative Group was developed on the M1 at J28 near to Mansfield by Panattoni, securing up to 900 jobs in the area.

The 480,000 sq ft facility comprises both ambient and chilled storage. It includes 41,000 sq ft of office space, along with 36,000 sq ft of ancillary accommodation.

The facility is able to service 529 regional stores with a capacity to handle 68 million cases of groceries a year. The warehouse was designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ standards.

NWF Group

Crewe, UK

Location: Crewe Commercial Park
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 237,734 sq ft

Crewe 240 was developed speculatively by Panattoni at Crewe Commercial Park.

It was let shortly after practical completion to the NWF Group Plc, a specialist distributor of fuel, food and animal feed across the UK.

The building is occupied by Boughey Distribution Ltd a subsidiary of NWF, allowing them to support their rapidly expanding business.

DHL

Brno Airport, Czech Republic

Location: Brno Aiport
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 39,826 sq ft

The facility development for global leader DHL Express logistics is located at the Brno Airport complex, which has a number of Panattoni developments.

The new facility gained a BREEAM certification of ‘Excellent’ level, with a state-of-the-art sorting line with the capacity of 3,600 pieces per hour.

The development allows DHL to be closer to their clients and support a quicker service.

Nagel Group

Święcice, Poland

Location: Święcice
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 150,694 sq ft

The build to suit facility for the Nagel Group features modern structural and technological solutions. Due to the conditions required in storing food products, bespoke technological solutions were installed in the facilities, i.e. thermal insulation and cooling systems. There is also a temperature control system throughout the entire building. Additionally, the warehouse section with storage racks has a non-standard clear height of 11.5m, whereas the standard height is 10m.

Iron Mountain

Prague Airport, Czech Republic

Location: Prague Airport
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 2,170,907 sq ft

Iron Mountain occupy a building at Panattoni Park Prague Airport. It comprises six buildings covering together more than 2,179,907 sq ft of industrial space.

The excellent location, right at the Prague border, in the vicinity of the International Vaclav Havel Airport and accessibility from the city’s bypass, provide an ideal operational base of both domestic and international distribution.

Stanley Black & Decker

Northampton, UK

Location: Northampton
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 262,500 sq ft

A bespoke national logistics hub was built by Panattoni for Stanley Black & Decker, the world’s largest tool, storage and security systems company.

The build-to-suit project totalled over 260,000 sq ft and included 20,000 sq ft of air-conditioned Grade A office space. It benefits from an EPC ‘A’ rating and was built to BREEAM ‘Very Good’ standards. The project involved fully integrated fit-out works which included heating, LED lighting, sprinkler systems, fire alarms and data.

Marks & Spencer

Castle Donington, UK

Location: Castle Donington
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 1.2m sq ft

A brand-new national flagship e-commerce centre was delivered for Marks & Spencer by Panattoni.

The bespoke built development includes mezzanine flooring and helped create around 1,000 jobs in the process. The original planning permission restricted the building height to 18m, Panattoni made a subsequent application and gained consent for this to stand at 28m.

The building has been certified as ‘carbon neutral’, has been accredited with an EPC ‘A’ rating and has also received a BREEAM Excellent status.

Dachser

Magdeburg, Germany

Location: Madgeburg
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 450,523 sq ft

Panattoni is developing a new logistics centre for the logistics service provider Dachser, in Magdeburg.

The logistics property comprises 430,276 sq ft of warehouse space and 20,246 sq ft of office space. The location is characterised by its excellent connection to the A2 and A14 motorways. Completion is planned for the end of 2020.

Decathlon

Łódź, Poland

Location: Łódź
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 344,445 sq ft

The build to suit facility for Decathlon is divided into two main sections — the mezzanine featuring a conveyor system and the warehouse with a racking system.

The warehouse space takes up 344,455 sq ft, while the office, social and technical rooms have been arranged on approx. 10,979 sq ft. Additionally, space has been provided for a showroom and workshop, as well as an outdoor sports ground.

Audi

Wilhelmshaven, Germany
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Location: Wilhelmshaven
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 507,195 sq ft

Panattoni was awarded the contract by the Volkswagen Group and built a new, multi-brand packaging centre for the export of automotive parts.

The logistics centre comprises five halls with a total usable area of 484,375 sq ft and was constructed in compliance with the DGNB Gold Standard.

Amazon

Banbury, UK
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Location: Banbury
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 170,000 sq ft

The 170,000 sq ft unit was developed speculatively in Banbury by Panattoni with a BREEAM Excellent status and an EPC ‘A’ rating.

The building was let to Amazon, the world’s largest internet retailer shortly after practical completion.

CEVA Logistics

Mysłowice, Poland

Location: Myslowice
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 301,389 sq ft

This industrial building is located at one of Polands largest distribution centres. The building was sub-divided between Ceva Logistics, who took 102,257 sq ft, Manuli Hydraulics, who took 100,104 sq ft and Valeo, an automotive component manufacturer for the OEM market, who took the remaining 99,027 sq ft. All three occupiers were attracted by the buildings strategic location and its transport links which make it ideally located for pan-European distribution.

Carrefour

Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland

Location: Rawa Mazowiecka
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 684,584 sq ft

Prompt delivery of a state-of-the-art, cross-docked distribution warehouse for Carrefour in Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland.

This 684,584 sq ft space is strategically positioned on the S8, one of the main trunk roads the connects Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw.

Amazon

Prague, Czeck Republic
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Location: Prague
Development Type: Build-to -Suit 
Development Size: 1,431,600 sq ft

This 1,431,600 sq ft distribution warehouse which was completed in just over a year is the largest leased industrial building ever built in the Czeck Republic.

The scheme created over 2,550 full time jobs and has added to the major logistics hub near Prague airport.

Location: Prague, Czech Republic

Development Type: Build to Suit

Development Size: 1,431,600 sq ft

This 1,431,600 sq ft distribution warehouse which was completed in just over a year is the largest leased industrial building ever built in the Czech Republic. The scheme created over 2,550 full time jobs and has added to the major logistics hub near Prague Airport.

The Entertainer

Banbury, UK

Location: Banbury
Development Type: Build-to-Suit
Development Size: 125,000 sq ft

A bespoke distribution facility was built for The Entertainer, the UK’s largest independent children’s toy retailer.

During the build, Panattoni delivered the full integration of the customer’s fit-out requirements, including new offices along with heating and lighting to the warehouse. The facility benefits from an EPC ‘A’ rating.

Eddie Stobart

Northampton, UK

Location: Panattoni Park Northampton
Development Type: Spec Build
Development Size: 625,000 sq ft

Panattoni developed phase 1 of 625,000 sq ft speculatively and let all three buildings to Eddie Stobart Logistics.

Phase 2 of the site is made up of a further 3 new units of 250,000 sq ft, 380,000 sq ft and 430,000 sq ft due to commence in Q1 of 2021 and will bring the total developed to over 1.6 million sq ft at the Park. Phase 2 will be built to a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ and EPC rating of ‘A’.

The units benefit from a prominent location, on junction 16 of the M1 motorway, one of the UK’s most strategically important logistics corridors.

Amazon

Gliwice, Poland
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Location: Gliwice
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 2,260,421 sq ft

Apart from its vast capacity – 2,260,421 sq ft (including 80,730 sq ft of office space) – the building also boasts 4 functional mezzanines fitted with cutting-edge solutions. This feature is extremely useful when serving the fast-growing e-commerce market.

Amazon Robotics technologies, employing 3,900 transport robots, assist in storing products on shelves and order picking operations. Such an approach not only significantly contributes to maximising warehouse capacity, but also helps cut down shipping lead times.

Herman Miller

Melksham, UK

Location: Melksham
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 197,500 sq ft

Freehold, turnkey development of a new UK manufacturing, office and storage facility for the prestigious name of Herman Miller – designer and innovator of contemporary workplace and home furniture.

Panattoni provided a bespoke 175,000 sq ft L-shaped factory alongside the 22,500 sq ft Grade A office accommodation with amenity area

B/S/H

Łódź, Poland

Location: Łódź
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 850,348 sq ft

Given the special emphasis placed by BSH on environmental protection and environment-friendly logistics solutions, the investment has its own railway siding, so that the majority of production earmarked for exports is transported by rail. That is why the developer has built a railway station inside the facility with a platform running the entire length of the building (590 m). Furthermore, the building features a special ramp system, LED lighting, as well as additional skylights and façade windows, to maximise access to natural light.

Bombardier

Wroclaw, Poland

Location: Wroclaw
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 232,801 sq ft

This scheme was built at the existing Bombardier Transportation factory in Wroclaw, next the existing manufacturing plant – one of the oldest rolling stock factories in Europe.

The build to suit facility is divided into two main sections; manufacturing and technical space takes up 212,210 sq ft, while office, social and technical rooms have been arranged on approx. 18,460 sq ft.

Tesco

Gliwice, Poland

Location: Gliwice
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 610,313 sq ft

This Tesco build to suit remains the biggest investment in the industrial property market in Poland. A range of modern technological solutions aimed at energy saving were used in the building, such as enhanced wall insulation and the roof being 15% glazed, which lets natural daylight into the warehouse and eliminates the need to use electricity non-stop. The facility is surrounded by a supreme road infrastructure with high-resistance concrete slabs.

Amazon

Wroclaw, Poland
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Location: Wroclaw
Development Type: Build-to-Suit 
Development Size: 1,083,419 sq ft

This bespoke distribution warehouse for Amazon was built with sustainability being an important factor. This included measures to reduce light pollution, and water use and careful landscaping to reduce visual impact and preserve biodiversity. Whilst under construction, Panattoni also carried out upgrades to road infrastructure, including two new motorway access roads.