Enfield Council is currently seeking parties interested in The Grid, one of the latest industrial developments in London.
When completed, The Grid is set to offer nine units covering nearly 7,900sq m of warehouse and office space, suitable for light industrial, general industrial and distribution uses.
The key features of the development include fitted offices on the first floor, full height electronic loading doors and security gates.
Furthermore, environmentally friendly technologies like photovoltaic panels, high performance insulated cladding and air source heat pumps will reduce costs for future end users.
These green features provide the development with an "excellent" BREEAM rating.
The site is located in the heart of the Brimsdown estate, the second largest industrial/warehouse estate in London.
Brimsdown railway station is a short walk away, offering a regular 22-minute train service to Liverpool Street station; road connections are equally efficient.
The complex is just off Mollison Avenue, providing easy access to the M25 in the north, and Tottenham Hale to the south.
There is also very easy access to the A10 and North Circular Road. The area’s industrial history dates back to 1907, when the coal-fired Brimsdown power station was opened.
It closed in the 1970s, but was responsible for attracting a number of manufacturers, including Enfield Cables, Johnson Matthey and Imperial Lampworks.
The area is now home to over 10,000 industrial and logistics businesses and employs almost 90,000 people.
A few miles south of the Brimsdown estate is Meridian Water, a £6 billion regeneration programme delivering 10,000 homes and thousands of jobs.
Work has already commenced on a new railway station by Network Rail, which is set to be completed in 2019.
If you want to learn more about the opportunities The Grid can offer, contact:
Ivan Scott/Peter Ley – Glenny 0208 367 2334
Nick Hardie/Will Merritt – BNP Paribas 020 7629 7282
Jack Booth/Richard Sullivan – Savills 020 7499 8644
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