Lead contractor, Roe Developments have achieved practical completion on the last remaining plot at Castlewood Business Park as part of the development funding deal between Clowes Developments and Hines.
Site owners, Clowes Developments instructed Roe Developments to build the 76,680 sq ft standalone unit as part of the 1.36 million sq ft portfolio with global real estate investment, development, and property manager, Hines.
The brand-new commercial unit was designed by IMA architects and comprises of a 72,386 sq ft single storey warehouse and 4,294 sq ft office and welfare space which is split over two floors and front of the building. The unit benefits from a large secure yard to the side with two level-access loading bays and eight docks.
There is a car park to the front of the building with five disabled bays and four EV charging stations. The roof is designed to carry photo voltaic panels subject to the occupier’s requirements. Additionally, this unit boasts floor to ceiling double glazing in the warehouse and 10% roof lights creating a brighter environment for warehouse workers.
In total, the partnership is developing eight state-of-the-art warehousing and light-industrial units covering a total of 126,347 square metres (1.36 million sq ft) across
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