Construction starts on 190,000 sq ft Ma6nitude warehouse project

GMI Construction has begun work on the Middlewich site, constructing two units of 149,000 sq ft and 41,000 sq ft respectively for developer Tritax Symmetry.

The logistics units are designed by Aew Architects. Located off Pochin Way, they will sit next to a B&M warehouse.

The units will be net zero carbon in their construction according to Tritax. When complete, 15% of their roofs will be covered in solar panels with the ability for the roofs to be fully covered in photovoltaic panels future.

“We are excited to see spades go in the ground here at Ma6nitude and bring forward high-quality facilities at a time when demand for space is at record levels,” said Tritax development director David Nuttall.

“There is a huge amount of activity happening across the site, with Swizzels’ facility also due to complete next year and detailed planning submitted for 238,000 sq ft of space at unit 41 which could also be delivered before the end of 2022.”

Ma6nitude Team, P Inform Communications

GMI’s Daniel Meadowcroft, RPS’s Andrew Youg, GMI’s Anthony Judge, Tritax Symmetry’s Matt Claxton, David Nuttall, Sarah Chicken, Savills’ Jonathan Atherton, B8re’s Steve Johnson and Legat Owen’s Matt Pochin at the Ma6nitude construction site. Credit: via Inform Communications

Savills, B8re and Legat Owen are joint letting agents for M6nitude. Savills director Jonathan Atherton described how the market seems apt for more industrial space.

“The development at Ma6nitude will provide much-needed floor space to a market when supply is falling at its fastest ever rate,” Atherton said. “The location and quality of the units are expected to attract strong occupier interest.”

Ma6nitude will continue to grow. In June, Tritax was granted outline approval to expand the industrial park with nearly 1m sq ft of logistics space.

Tritax Symmetry is the logistics developer for Tritax Big Box REIT and has offices in Manchester, Northampton and London.

Your Comments

Read our comments policy

Related Articles

Sign up to receive the Place Daily Briefing

Join more than 13,000 property professionals and receive your free daily round-up of built environment news direct to your inbox


Join more than 13,000 property professionals and sign up to receive your free daily round-up of built environment news direct to your inbox.

By subscribing, you are agreeing to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

"*" indicates required fields

Your Job Field*
Other regional Publications - select below