19 January 2023

SHW instructed on seven new build industrial schemes in South London and Surrey

Building Consultancy, Industrial & Logistics, SHW News

SHW is now instructed as letting agent on seven new build industrial and logistics schemes, totalling 750,000 sq ft, across South London and Surrey


MI1, developed by GLi in Mitcham, is a brand-new urban logistics park set in 13.5 acres on the doorstep of central London at Beddington Corner and on the popular Willow Lane industrial estate. The development offers sustainable, 100% electric units from 25,000 to 300,000 sq ft in a prime distribution area close to key road networks including the A23 and A205.


In Croydon, SHW is marketing GLi’s CR1 and CR2, providing a total of 110,000 sq ft of industrial space, with excellent sustainability credentials, located on the A23 to easily access London and the South East. While Phase 2 of Prologis Park, Beddington, located on Beddington Lane in Croydon will offer build-to-suit opportunities of up 90,000 sq ft. And Chancerygate and SGN’s Factory Lane logistics development, also in Croydon, will provide 14 units ranging from 1,000 to 14,000 sq ft, (totalling 95,000 sq ft) available to lease from Q4 2023.


In SW19, Threadneedle’s Merton 37 is nearing completion, offering a detached 37,631 sq ft, high specification warehouse/industrial unit, targeting EPC A and BREEAM Excellent and built to ‘Net Zero Carbon Ready’ for tenant fit out.


Construction of Saltwhistle Business Park in Redhill is well underway, providing business space from 5,310 to 31,546 sq ft, available to let in Q1 2023. And an additional 80,000 sq ft of high-quality industrial space is in the pipeline at Cox Lane, Chessington which will be coming to the market later this year.


Alex Gale, Partner at SHW, says: “We are delighted to be working closely with our developer clients to bring forward much needed industrial space for the South London and Surrey markets, replacing a lot of older stock that would struggle to be EPC compliant in future years. These new buildings offer the latest designs and features, with higher cubic capacities, to suit a range of occupiers.”