Constructed on a long term redundant industrial complex, Access 26 occupies a 35 acre plot and has been developed with a range of industrial and retail premises occupied by KFC, Lidl, Warburtons and 3663, among others. The speculatively built Langley 255 is one of the largest ‘big sheds’ in the region.
Mixed Use Development / Disposal
- Initial development advice, appraisals and marketing strategy
- Retail, industrial and warehouse market demand information
- Agency services resulting in the disposal of c. 400,000 sq ft of mixed use accommodation
Miller Birch and Innes England
Miller Birch is a joint venture between Miller Developments and East Midlands entrepreneur and property developer Peter Gadsby. Established in 2000, it is one of the UK’s leading property development companies. Over the past ten years, Innes England has advised Miller Birch on a variety of development schemes including its mixed use development at Access 26 located just off J26 of the M1 motorway, constructed on a long term redundant industrial complex. It occupies a 35 acre plot and has been developed with a range of industrial and retail premises occupied by KFC, Lidl, Warburtons and 3663, among others. The speculatively built Langley 255 is one of the largest ‘big sheds’ in the region.
- Working with Miller Birch, Innes England provided pre-letting and pre-sales advice in respect of a range of retail and warehousing buildings.
- The speculatively built Langley 255 (255,000 sq ft) was sold ahead of practical completion to a major property fund.
- Customised lease arrangements negotiated for occupiers operationally driven design requirements whilst future proofing the design/layout of the buildings.
- Onward sale of pre-let investments.
- Successful regeneration of a longstanding redundant brown field site.
'The creation of a successful mixed use development on a problematic brownfield site'