Blue Coast Capital has secured planning approval for a high specification, detached, last-mile logistics warehouse in Park Royal and has appointed CBRE as letting agents for the new scheme.
The new development, which will be known as Pulse London, will offer 92,031 sq ft of high bay warehouse / industrial space, with three-storey offices and the potential for mezzanine floors offering 77,500 to 232,500 sq ft of additional warehouse space on a secure self-contained site.
To be built on the site of the former West World office building, adjacent to Hanger Lane, Pulse London is strategically located to the West of Park Royal, London’s primary industrial area. With immediate access onto West Gate, the site is easily linked to the A405 (North Circular) and the A40. Hanger Lane tube station is within walking distance.
Park Royal is a prime business location serving central London, neighbouring occupiers include the Selco Builders merchants, Wickes, Halfords, The Kantar office building, and Big Yellow self-storage.
John Stacey, Blue Coast Capital’s Managing Director – UK Real Estate, comments: “Pulse London will provide best-in-class logistics accommodation in a strategic central London location. The building has been carefully planned and designed with a focus on ESG and will target both a BREEAM Outstanding and EPC A rating. I believe that our design approach will maximise appeal for a range of potential occupiers at a time when demand for well-located, highly sustainable buildings is rapidly increasing.”
Work on the site has now commenced, with Squibb Demolition instructed to begin the strip out of the existing building. The structure will then be disassembled with a significant proportion of the existing building material either recycled or used within the new development’s construction. Pulse London will provide B2/B8 warehouse space with 18m clear internal heights, with associated car, HGV and cycle parking.
Pulse London will be available to occupy from Q4 2024.