Chancerygate proposes to build urban logistics scheme in England
Transactions - APRIL 19, 2023

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Chancerygate proposes to build urban logistics scheme in England

by Kali Persall

Chancerygate, the United Kingdom’s largest urban logistics property developer and asset manager, has submitted plans to build 41,200 feet of grade A urban logistics and industrial space in Chichester, West Sussex in England.

Representing a gross development value of £12 million ($15 million), the scheme would consist of four leasehold units, ranging from 6,200 square feet to 12,300 square feet, on the 1.9-acre site of a former Southern Gas Networks storage facility.

All properties will benefit from electric vehicle charging points and rooftop solar cells, which provide up to 35 percent of the units’ energy needs. In addition, Chancerygate said the units will be constructed from high-performance building materials to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

“Our plans at Chichester will aim to satisfy the high demand for grade A sustainable accommodation by converting this current brownfield location to a vital urban logistics asset,” said Jonathan Lee, developm

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