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SEGRO Park Iver

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Overview

SEGRO is pleased to share our plans for the redevelopment of part of Thorney Business Park to deliver a new state-of-the-art, sustainable data centre development to be known as SEGRO Park Iver.

The proposals will provide much-needed regeneration of the business park and make effective use of an existing brownfield, employment-led site, outside of the Green Belt.

We want to ensure you are kept abreast of our proposals and have an opportunity to provide feedback on our future development plans.

NEXT STEPS

SEGRO is currently working on plans to ensure they are designed with local residents in mind, as well as providing a sustainability-led development.

We are working towards submitting a planning application for the redevelopment of the site in May 2022. We expect the application to be processed by Buckinghamshire Council in the following months. The Council will consult separately on our plans, but if you have any initial comments or feedback then we’d like to hear from you.

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Computer Generated Image of SEGRO Park Iver

What is a data centre?

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Computer Generated Image of SEGRO Park Iver

A data centre is a building filled with servers that provides the physical space to store data.

We live more of our lives online that ever before, and this is likely to increase in the future. Whether this is for social media, entertainment streaming services or online shopping in our personal lives or working from home, video calls or accessing cloud-based services at work, it all requires storage and instant access to data and is only possible through the use of data centres.

Design & sustainability

Considerate, design-led development and market-leading sustainability

Constructing energy-efficient buildings using sustainable materials, incorporating renewable energy and introducing more landscaping will make the estate an attractive and pleasant place to work and visit. The development will incorporate various sustainability features and low and zero carbon technologies in line with our Responsible SEGRO Framework.

SEGRO Park Iver will not only help support the national and local need for more data storage, but will also deliver:

REGENERATION

Regeneration of a prominent site that has previously contributed a large proportion of HGV trips through Iver and Richings Park.

ACCESS

Upgrade of estate road to provide pedestrian and cycle access to SEGRO Park Iver and to also address the flooding and drainage issues that exist along the railway boundary.

REDUCING HGV MOVEMENTS

Changing the use of the site from an industrial use to data centres creates a substantial reduction in the volume of HGV movements, equating to around 40% of the total daily traffic generated by the site.

IMPROVEMENTS

Improvements to Grand Union Canal towpath and associated landscaping, subject to approval of the Canal & River Trust.

ENVIRONMENT

A landscape strategy, including green walls and roofs, insect friendly planting, sustainable drainage features and bird and bat boxes to improve the site's visual relationship with the countryside and contribute to local nature recovery.

SKILLS & TRAINING

Opportunities for high-skilled employment and upskilling of existing local workforce through skills and training.

EMPLOYMENT

  • 575 jobs during the construction of SEGRO Park Iver
  • 300 jobs generated when SEGRO Park Iver is operational
  • 400 indirect jobs created when the building is operational

Indicative development layout

Construction

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Aerial of SEGRO Park Iver

The development of SEGRO Park Iver will involve the demolition of part of the existing business park and the construction of the new development. Access to the new development during the course of construction will be from Thorney Lane South.

We will be taking measures to ensure that demolition and construction activity is carried out as considerately as possible and minimise any potential disruption to our neighbours.

Register your interest

If you want to know more or would like to share feedback on our development plans, please email us at SPI@SEGRO.com or use the contact form below.

We expect the planning application to be determined over the coming months and will keep this page updated with regards to the progress of the application.

Whilst your personal information is protected in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018, your comments might be made publicly available during the planning process.

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