Plans submitted for £32m, 82,400 sq ft urban logistics development in Leatherhead

Chancerygate has submitted plans to speculatively build 82,400 sq ft of Grade A urban logistics and warehousing space in Leatherhead.

Called Victory Park, the proposed scheme will comprise 13 leasehold units ranging from 3,000 to 19,000 sq ft. The projected gross development value is around £32m.

The 4.6-acre site, which was formerly office and warehouse accommodation, is located off Cleeve Road in Leatherhead Business Park approximately one mile north of the town centre and one mile east of junction 9 of the M25.

Neighbouring occupiers to the proposed development include Unilever and engineering consultancies KBR and RINA Tech UK.

All properties at Victory Park will benefit from electric vehicle charging points and solar cells on their roofs which provide green energy on an affordable basis to occupiers.

In addition, the units will be constructed from high-performance building materials to reduce CO2 emissions. The scheme is targeting an EPC A and BREEAM Very Good rating.

Commenting on the planning submission, Chancerygate development director Jonathan Lee, said: “Leatherhead’s proximity to key motorway infrastructure, skilled local workforce and strong business community means there is strong demand for Grade A urban logistics and warehousing space.

“Our plans for Victory Park will aim to satisfy this demand and provided businesses with high-quality, sustainable accommodation so they are best placed to serve the town and the wider region.

You can learn more about Chancerygate’s development sites across the UK here.

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