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SEGRO Centre Kentish Town

Overview

SEGRO CENTRE KENTISH TOWN, 3-6 SPRING PLACE, CAMDEN

SEGRO is delighted to share its plans to refurbish a dilapidated 22,000 sq ft industrial unit at 3-6 Spring Place, Camden, to bring it back into economic use. The property has been vacant for over three and a half years since the previous tenant, Addison Lee, closed their vehicle maintenance depot in 2016.

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CGI: SEGRO Centre Kentish Town

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Current Industrial unit at 3-6 Spring Place, Camden

We are now progressing with a planning application to refurbish the building to create a modern sustainable industrial environment that will help retain or attract a business into Kentish Town.  The site currently comprises an industrial building within Use Class B2 and as part of these proposals there will be no change of use.  This application is for the physical refurbishment works only and are required to revitalise the building as well as making it safe, secure and watertight.  The completed refurbishment will also enable SEGRO to market the building for occupation, which is not possible in its current state of disrepair. However, should a prospective occupier come forward with an operation that does not comply with the existing use class, we will submit a further planning application for a change of use. 

The proposed refurbishment of 3-6 Spring Place will benefit from a £2 million investment to create an industrial unit that will exceed the highest sustainability standards and set a benchmark for refurbished urban industrial space in London.

The Proposal

3-6 Spring Place is a vacant employment space in Camden that is in extremely poor condition and needs considerable investment to attract a business to occupy the space.

The proposed refurbishment will meet the highest sustainability standards and will be a benchmark for urban warehousing in London.

Sustainability features and benefits include:

  • Carbon Neutral
  • BREEAM ‘Excellent’
  • EPC ‘A+’
  • Electric vehicle charging points
  • Potential for fully electric vehicle fleet
  • Facilitating sustainable transport for employees
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CGI: SEGRO Centre Kentish Town

Q&A

We remain committed to keeping residents abreast of our plans and also providing you with an opportunity to continue to raise any queries with us regarding the development.

If you have any questions or require future information about our proposals, please email spkt@segro.com or contact Neil Impiazzi, Partnership Development Director, SEGRO on +44 7808 181029.

Download the proposal overview and related questions and answers about SEGRO Park Kentish Town from the downloads section.

Community Impact

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CGI: SEGRO Centre Kentish Town

WORKING ALONGSIDE OUR NEIGHBOURS

As a long-term investor, SEGRO prides itself on creating and maintaining strong and transparent relationships with local stakeholders including residents. For nearly 100 years, we have been working with local communities to bring forward new development schemes, providing training and job opportunities and investing in local good causes and charities. We intend to do the same with the London Borough of Camden.

The proposals will protect the amenity of nearby residents and will be compatible with the mixed-use vision for the Kentish Town Planning Framework Area.

  • Significant reduction in vehicle trips compared to the previous use
  • No harmful impacts from noise or vibration
  • Air Quality Neutral
  • Long-term ownership and management by SEGRO

SUPPORTING JOBS IN CAMDEN

SEGRO's proposed change of use will deliver jobs and long-term investment to help support the wider planned regeneration of Kentish Town and will help meet the growing expectations of both existing and planned communities (such as the regeneration of the West Kentish Town Estate).

SEGRO will undertake a dedicated skills and training programme to benefit the local community and will also assess the opportunity to source work packages from local SMEs as part of the refurbishment programme.

KEY DATES FOR YOUR DIARY (target)

  • Planning submission – April 2022 
  • Planning consent – H1 2022
  • Refurbishment programme – H2 2022

Location

Downloads

SEGRO Centre Kentish Town Sustainability Fact Sheet

PDF 1.6 MB

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