Acting on behalf of Associated British Ports, the Industrial team at CBRE in Leeds has been instructed to market a trio of industrial opportunities across key Yorkshire and the Humber ports.
Warehouses with units combining circa 250,000 sq ft are brought to market at the Port of Goole; King George Dock, Hull and the Port of Immingham.
A 93,500 sq ft detached shed at the Port of Immingham, west of Grimsby, will be available for occupation from August 2020. A detached industrial warehouse totalling 87,500 sq ft with a 17,500 sq ft loading canopy is available to let at the King George Dock at the Port of Hull, the UK’s leading softwood timber port, on the north bank of the Humber Estuary.
Multiple detached industrial warehouses ranging from 10,000 sq ft to 50,000 sq ft are available to let at the UK’s most inland port, the 177 acre Port of Goole estate, which is located on the River Ouse.
Associated British Ports is the UK’s leading, well-connected port owner and operator with a network of 21 ports across Britain. It handles around one quarter of the nation’s seaborne trade, contributing £7.5BN to the economy every year and supports more than 119,000 jobs.
Mike Baugh, senior director, CBRE Leeds Industrial team, said: “We are delighted to bring to market three industrial opportunities across major ports in the Yorkshire and the Humber region.
“All three present a fantastic opportunity to let secure, warehouse premises in strategic logistics locations, with the advantage of port facilities, paired with excellent connectivity by the UK’s road, rail, air and sea infrastructure.”