South Central - J1, M271 / M27

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Site Details



Developer: Peel Logistics Property

Under Construction

Funded by: Rockspring

Opportunity: Occupier - logistic companies

  • Adjacent J1, M27 / M271 and Southampton Port
  • Warehouse/ distribution accommodation up to 206,000 sq ft
  • Grade A detached units of 39,075 sq ft, 49,965 sq ft and 116,895 sq ft
  • Each unit has planning permission for class B8, suitable for storage and distribution use
  • Unit 2 also has class B1(c), suitable for light industrial use
  • All units have 24/7 hours of use

 

The South Central development at Test lane, Nursling is the first speculative new industrial development close to the Port of Southampton in a decade and will create three high-specification units with a combined value of over £30m.

Highway widening and road improvement works associated with the 11-acre development are now complete.  Construction is now well underway with a completion date of May 2018 set.

The three units measure 39,075 sq ft, 49,965 sq ft and 116,895 sq ft, covers a total of 16.13 acres and includes a linear park. 

Each unit will benefit from a Grade A specification including 11 metre eaves height, 50 kn per sq m floor loading, dock and level access  loading doors, full access raised floor offices and large secure self contained yard.

For further information contact joint lettings agents:

Lambert Smith Hampton

Adrian Whitfield, tel 023 8071 3037 awhitfield@lsh.co.uk
Jerry Vigus, tel 023 8020 6111

JLL

David McGougan, tel 023 8038 5628 david.mcgougan@eu.jll.com

Ed Cole, tel 020 7399 5387 ed.cole@eu.jll.com


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