Goodman has announced the launch of Leicester Commercial Park - a new 40-acre logistics and warehouse development located in the heart of the East Midlands.
With construction now complete, the market-leading development offers 430,000 sq. ft of prime commercial and warehouse space, immediately available to let. The scheme comprises two units of 95,000 and 335,000 sq ft respectively developed to the BREEAM ‘Very Good’ specification together with having an EPC ‘A’ rating.
- Leicester 95 offers 95,000 sq ft of easy access warehouse space with a fully-fitted ground floor reception and first floor offices totalling 4,100 sq ft. The unit has a 12m clear internal height, 90 car parking spaces and a 50m yard depth.
- Leicester 335 provides 335,000 sq ft of warehouse space, a fully-fitted ground floor reception and office space on the first and second floor totalling 11,500 sq ft. The high quality unit has a 15m clear internal height, 270 car parking spaces and a 55m yard depth.
Speaking about the development, Goodman Development Director Nigel Dolan, said:
“Leicester Commercial Park offers high quality, Grade A space in an unrivalled location, directly on the junction of the M69/M1. With strong market demand, the development is ideally placed to serve the needs of our customers and will provide much needed new logistics space in the East Midlands”.
Both units are the latest developments to be delivered through the Goodman UK Partnership (GUKP), the investment vehicle for all UK logistics assets developed and sourced by Goodman.
Henry Henson from joint development partner, Wilson Bowden, added:
“We are happy to once again be partnering with Goodman to bring Leicester Commercial Park to market with the availability of two new facilities in a truly stand-out location.
Demand for high quality logistics and warehouse accommodation throughout the East Midlands continues to outstrip supply and these units will provide a strategic base for customers who want to benefit from being at the heart of the UK, with excellent access to the national motorway network”.