East of England

October 2012
EG: Estates Gazette;Supplement Directory 2013, p65
Trade Publication
The article presents a report on the distribution parks market in East of England as of September 30, 2012. It notes that plans are underway to plug the gap in the market due to two busy ports, Felixstowe and Harwich, and a lack of distribution parks and transport links. It cites industrial and distribution developments such as Roxhill's site near Peterborough and pending deals such as offers for a cold store. Tables are provided on supply and take-up by region for each agent and location.


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