Located within half a mile of junction 30/31 of the M25, Purfleet 338 will provide 338,267 sq ft of distribution warehouse space, developed to a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ specification.
Just 16 miles from Central London and offering fast connections to the national motorway network, the M25 location places 21 million consumers within a two-hour HGV drivetime with a combined purchasing power of £451 billion.*
*Source: Esri and Michael Bauer Research, 2018
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Ready for occupation from April 2022, Purfleet 338 will benefit from an 18m clear internal height and 55m yard depth. The property is designed to offer flexibility, with high quality warehouse space that can be customised to suit a customer's bespoke operational requirements.
|Summary||sq m||sq ft|
|Ground floor core||264||2,842|
|Two storey office||1,485||16,000|
|Two storey transport office||464||5,000|
Set in a landscaped park environment, Purfleet 338 will also offer high quality welfare facilities for employees, new footpaths and cycleways connecting with the local area and a delineated running track to promote physical activity.
Purfleet 338 has been designed to offer our customers optimal flexibility. The property’s enhanced specification features the market-leading CA Twin-Therm® Built-Up Roof and Wall system, complete with the advanced CA Twin-Therm® Chronus upgrade.
Delivering a superior building envelope with excellent thermal performance, the warehouse is engineered to offer internal climate control, perfectly suited to meet both ‘chill store’ and ambient product requirements.
As an established location for distribution and logistics, Thurrock is home to a number of national and international occupiers, including Tesco, Carpetright, the Co-operative Group, Unilever, Kuehne+Nagel, DHL, Ocado and Amazon. Its position at the heart of the M25 and A13 corridors provides fast access to London and the South East, combined with excellent freight links and proximity to three international ports.
to the M25 (J30/31)
to Purfleet Railway Station
to the Port of Tilbury
to London City Airport
to Central London
to the Channel Tunnel
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The area benefits from excellent public transport links, providing good accessibility for local labour. Purfleet Railway Station is on the c2c mainline and offers direct services to London Fenchurch Street within 30 minutes. The park will also be served by the existing Route 44 bus service, which runs from Grays to Lakeside via Purfleet.
National Cycle Route 137 borders the development and provides links to National Cycle Route 13, allowing wider connectivity to London and the West.
Purfleet Commercial Park has been designed with a fabric-first approach to improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions. This includes a carbon neutral cladding envelope, air tightness far in excess of current building regulations and 12-15% roof lights, providing optimum natural light. Additional sustainable features include roof-mounted solar photovoltaics, smart metering, electric car charging points and additional infrastructure for future electric vehicle charging.
To find out more about our approach to sustainability, please visit the Goodman website for further details.