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SEGRO Park Hayes, which was once home to an iconic former Nestle chocolate and coffee producing factory, will be developed with four industrial units totalling 239,665 sq ft. The largest unit, totalling 97,600 sq ft, has already been pre-let. The remaining three, one of which will be particularly suited for a data centre due to its power, connectivity and security, are being built speculatively to meet the demand for modern, environmentally sustainable warehousing.

The building has been designed to carbon neutral standards for regulated energy use. Sustainability features include photovoltaic panels, electric vehicle charging points, LED lighting, air source heat pumps and reflective glazing, which will help reduce the level of energy consumed by the buildings.

The new industrial units are expected to create up to 350 job opportunities for the local community once completed. A dedicated skills and training programme will be put in place by SEGRO and Hillingdon Council to ensure residents benefit from training and employment opportunities generated by the construction and future occupation of the industrial park.
Additionally, employee wellbeing is at the heart of the development. The industrial spaces will include numerous features that support a healthy and active lifestyle, including a trim trail and access to the canal.

The scheme demonstrates the developer’s ‘Responsible SEGRO’ commitments of championing low-carbon growth and investing in local communities – ultimately helping SEGRO to meet its sustainability goal of reducing its carbon footprint by 40%, reducing embodied carbon by 20% and sending no waste to landfill by 2025.

Cllr Jonathan Bianco, Hillingdon Council’s Cabinet Member for Property and Infrastructure, said:

“In Hillingdon, we are committed to supporting projects that benefit our residents and the environment. We have a strong reputation for attracting major investment to the borough and are continuing to work with developers, including SEGRO, and businesses to revitalise Hillingdon and help to create new homes and jobs for local people.

“This work compliments our town centre investment programme, ensuring they are modern, attractive and pleasant places to live, work and visit. I’m pleased that construction is underway and I look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have in Hayes once complete.”

Alan Holland, Managing Director, Greater London, SEGRO, said:

“SEGRO Park Hayes embodies so many of the things that we strive for with industrial developments in urban areas. It will encourage low carbon economic growth, drive skills and employment opportunities, preserve local heritage and contribute to the long-term vitality of the Hayes community. We’re excited to start construction.

“The mixed-use approach is an innovative way to meet the challenge of diminishing land availability in London. The scheme provides a template for how two of London’s greatest needs – homes and jobs – can be addressed in tandem.”

SEGRO Park Hayes is an integral part of the wider regeneration of the 30-acre former Nestlé factory with Barratt London delivering over 1,300 new homes on the remainder of the site.
The design of the entire site has a strong reflection to its past, with the distinguishable art deco façade of the former Nestle factory being carefully restored and incorporated into the modern design of the housing development.

SEGRO Park Hayes is a prime location for business and residents. Situated less than a mile from junction 3 of the M4 motorway, the site offers easy access to the UK motorway network for regional distribution and to central London for urban logistics operators. It is also only nine minutes from Heathrow Airport and close to the Hayes and Harlington railway station, which will become a Crossrail station.

Notes to editors:

About SEGRO

SEGRO is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), listed on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Paris, and is a leading owner, manager and developer of modern warehouses and industrial property. It owns or manages 8.8 million square metres of space (95 million square feet) valued at £15.3 billion serving customers from a wide range of industry sectors. Its properties are located in and around major cities and at key transportation hubs in the UK and in seven other European countries.

For over 100 years SEGRO has been creating the space that enables extraordinary things to happen. From modern big box warehouses, used primarily for regional, national and international distribution hubs, to urban warehousing located close to major population centres and business districts, it provides high-quality assets that allow its customers to thrive.

See www.SEGRO.com for further information.

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