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Helping grocer remain at forefront of the eCommerce revolution
Ocado has signed a 15-year lease on two logistics centres totalling 5,290 m2 at Stockley Close, UK. It is the second deal between SEGRO and the grocer. The units, subject to planning, will be converted into one larger unit that will become Ocado's distribution hub for South West London.
Both buildings, marketed on a speculatively developed basis, have been constructed to the highest environmental standards and will achieve the top rating of 'excellent' by the sustainability assessor, BREEAM.
As the world's largest dedicated online grocery supermarket, having quick and direct access to customers is vital for Ocado’s business. It has to deliver to customers the best quality product in the shortest time.
Stockley Close will act as a hub to distribute to customers in South West London and helps Ocado remain at forefront of the eCommerce revolution changing the way people shop, and ultimately, consume goods.
Stockley Close is a further development of SEGROs footprint around Heathrow situated in a prominent position fronting Stockley Road. It is minutes from the M4 (J4) and the M25 with good access to Heathrow airport, offering exceptional national and international transport links.
The existing estate currently is let to customers such as Rymans, UTi Worldwide (UK) Limited, Transport for London and MNX Global Logistics.