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Industrial in Rayleigh, England, UK

Rayleigh, United Kingdom




13 Mar 2020


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Bespoke build to suit buildings up to 320,000 sq ft can be delivered within a 12 month period from legal commitment. Arterial Park is strategically located four miles to the east of Basildon and ten miles to the south of Chelmsford at the junction of the A127 and A1245 roads. The A127 gives direct access to the M25 (Junction 29) within 14 miles. A short distance to the south is the A130 which connects with the A12 and thereafter the east coast ports. The A13 is within 0.5 miles and provides swift access to London Gateway Port (12 Miles) and also the M25 (Junction 30/31) within 17 miles. Arterial Park benefits from a large neighbouring population with over 664,410 people living within a 20 minute drive. The local authority offers an appropriate skill base with over 6% employed in the transportation and storage sector (national average is less at 4.7%). Labour costs are also extremely competitive, the average being £576 per week, over £136 per week lower than London. Equation Properties is an established and experienced development company developing Arterial Park. With proven track records in the procurement of industrial / warehouse schemes over many years, together with a team of professional consultants with whom they have worked on numerous projects, Equation have the skill, expertise and funding to deliver the development of Arterial Park. Targeting BREEAM Very Good and EPC rating of A 15% rooflights providing natural daylight – reducing the cost of lighting the warehouse Roof & Wall cladding with Confidex 25-year minimum guarantee LED office lighting with automatic movement and daylight controls Energy monitoring system with ’smart meters’ An area of the roof will have the ability to receive occupiers’ roof-mount photovoltaics to further reduce power requirements


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