FHP Property Consultants have worked closely with Panattoni in the evolution and implementation of their three unit 714,000ft² 55 acre speculative development at Panattoni Park, J26, Nottingham.
The letting of the final 89,000ft² unit to Food Innovations sees all three units now let and occupied, with 75,000ft² being occupied by Hermes and the largest showpiece unit of 551,000ft² being let to a global e-commerce retailer.
The completion of the lettings brings to an end FHP’s 20 year involvement in the scheme. Our original instruction was on behalf of BGL Landfill who were remediating the former British Coal Colliery Lagoons which served the decommissioned Moorgreen Colliery.
Working with BGL the site was promoted through the Local Plan process, planning consent was obtained and ultimately the site sold to Panattoni.
Panattoni Park, Nottingham is one of Panattoni’s first phase of developments within the UK and as one of Europe’s largest Industrial Developers they are now one of the most dominant and active operators within the UK.
FHP continue to work with Panattoni and are currently offering their 523,400ft² unit at EMDC 525, Junction 24, M1 and are working on a number of strategic projects with them throughout the region.
FHP also collaborated with Simon Norton & Sam Robinson at Colliers and Rob Rae & Rob Watts at Avison Young on the Panattoni Park Nottingham scheme.
FHP are continuing to look for strategic sites which can be promoted through the Local Plan process, together with sites which have a planning consent in place and are ready for immediate development.