Build to suit opportunities from 60,000 - 450,000 sq ft | ME3 9ND
Located off the A228 dual carriageway in Medway and only six miles from Junction 1 of the M2, London Medway Commercial Park offers flexible industrial and distribution space - complete with planning consent for B1, B2 and B8 use.
Already home to Amazon, Wincanton, Sicame, KKB, I&A Communications and Noatum Logistics, the 115-acre serviced development benefits from a readily-available skilled workforce, making it the ideal location for logistics operators and manufacturing companies alike.
The 10.01 acre site has detailed planning consent for a 197,600 sq ft unit, with alternative layout options also available
The 21.4 acre site has detailed planning consent for a single industrial / warehouse unit of 436,100 sq ft.
The 2.85-acre site can accommodate 60,562 sq ft of industrial and logistics space.
Located east of Central London, London Medway Commercial Park is a strategic logistics location with 41.3 million consumers accessible within a four-hour HGV drivetime (Esri and Michael Bauer Research, 2022). The park benefits from fast and convenient access to the M2 at Junction 1 (via the duelled A228 and A289), while Junction 2 of the M25 is 17 miles to the west, providing excellent connectivity to London and the national motorway network. Ebbsfleet International Railway Station is 15 miles from the development and provides direct access to Central London (18 minutes), Paris (two hours) and Brussels (one hour and 50 minutes).
London Medway Commercial Park is located in the strategic Kent and Medway growth corridor - an area that has already seen substantial investment in road and rail infrastructure. A total of £12.5 billion of funding for infrastructure has been secured for Kent and includes the Lower Thames Crossing - a proposed road crossing that will increase capacity across the Thames. The new crossing will facilitate growth in the region and create a new strategic route from the Port of Dover via the M2 to the Midlands. The project is forecast to complete by 2027 and will reinforce London Medway Commercial Park as a strategic location for logistics.
To find out more about the travel options at London Medway Commercial Park, please visit our dedicated travel site, which includes information on car sharing options and links to local travel resources.
Goodman is committed to creating sustainable developments which balance environmental impacts with social and economic benefits. All new Goodman buildings are designed to be sustainable, energy efficient and reduce carbon emissions, leading to energy, cost and maintenance savings over the entire life of the building. Goodman's market-leading specification includes the following features, with all new buildings assessed against the BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM):
To find out more about our broader approach to sustainability, please visit the Goodman website for further details.
If you would like to find out more about the opportunities available at Crossways Commercial Park, please contact Goodman’s Chris Beamer (07500 779 249), or get in touch with our appointed agents for further details: