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Contents 02 Introduction 04  The City

06 Location

08 Workforce 10 Gallery

12 Benefits of a modern city 14 Gallery

16 Local area

18  The Park

20 Current tenants

24  The Building

26 Construction schedule

22 Gallery

28 Site plan

30 Divisibility

32 The warehouse

34 Doubled capacity

36 Warehouse floor slab

38 Double-dock levellers 42 Flexible space

44 VNA and wide aisle racking 46 Mixed-use racking

48 Indicative manufacturing and warehouse layout 50 Automation 54 The offices

56 Main office

62 North pod office

66 South pod office 70 Car parks

74 Sustainability 80 WELL-ready

82 Building specification

88  The Team 90 Contact


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CLEAR HEIGHT

BUILT FOR LOGISTICS

FROM INTERNAL GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

INCREASED CAPACITY

ENERGY

INCREASED CAR PARKING 1 SPACE PER 1,507 SQ FT

(1 SPACE PER 815 SQ FT WITH A DOUBLE-DECK SYSTEM)

INTERNAL GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

SUSTAINABILITY AND WELLBEING 1.2m

DOCK WALL HEIGHT


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Introduction

Raising the roof

At 574,258 sq ft (53,350 sq m) it’s the largest and tallest spec-build warehouse in the UK.

• A cutting-edge logistics facility with increased mezzanine, rack height and number of pallet positions at no extra cost to the customer. • A powerful distribution tool with double-dock loading doors in every position, at a ratio of one door per 4,500 sq ft, saving time, financial and environmental cost to occupiers. • Sustainability comes as standard in our buildings, but the changes we are introducing will allow a customer to save up to 1,300,000kg of CO2 per annum. • Designed to the WELL Standard, we aim to make the building a healthier and more productive space for its occupants. • Altitude brings innovation, technology, efficiency, sustainability and intelligent logistical thinking together all in one place, to create a building that surpasses the expectations of any end occupier.


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Introduction


04

The City


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The City

54.8 million* people within a 4.5-hour HGV drive *85% of the GB population

LEEDS M62 MANCHESTER

LIVERPOOL

M1

M6 NOTTINGHAM BIRMINGHAM

M5

4.5 hrs

3 hrs

NORTHAMPTON

M1

2 hrs

M40

MILTON KEYNES

M11 FELIXSTOWE A12

SWINDON

LONDON GATEWAY & TILBURY DOCKS

LONDON M4

BRISTOL

M3

M25

M2 M20 DOVER

SOUTHAMPTON

A strategic location that underpins the success of Magna Park. HGV Drive Times 2 hours 3 hours 4.5 hours

Milton Keynes is the city of choice to service the South East and the Midlands. The park is situated on the east side of Milton Keynes and is adjacent to the A421 dual carriageway, which provides fast access to the wider national motorway network.


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The City

Roads & cities

Airports Distance

Time*

M1 J13

3 miles

5min

M1 J14

4 miles

M25

Distance

Time*

Luton

20 miles

25min

10min

Heathrow

49 miles

50min

36 miles

45min

Stansted

68 miles

1hr 15m

Central London

50 miles

1hr 30m

Gatwick

86 miles

1hr 35m

Birmingham

71 miles

1hr 30m

Leeds

148 miles

2hr 45m

Manchester

153 miles

3hr

Distance

Time*

78 miles

1hr 30m

Southampton

114 miles

2hr 10m

Felixstowe

110 miles

2hr 10m

*Estimated times according to Google

Ports London Gateway

CRANFIELD

BIRMINGHAM

J14 A509

M1

A5139

MILTON KEYNES

A4146

SALFORD BEDFORD

MAGNA PARK

MONKSTON

A421

A421

BRINKLOW KENTS HILL WAVENDON

J13

A5139

LONDON A4146

LEIGHTON BUZZARD

A5

HGV isochrone statistics Population by drive time.

2hr drive time [Source: CACI, 2017 estimates]

19.3M

3hr drive time

36.7M

4.5hr drive time

54.8M


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The City

A large and growing workforce within a 30-minute car commute WELLINGBOROUGH DAVENTRY NORTHAMPTON ST NEOTS

A509

CAMBRIDGE M1

BEDFORD

NEWPORT PAGNELL

A5

30 mins

A421

BUCKINGHAM

MILTON KEYNES A421

A5

M40

A6

BLETCHLEY M1

BICESTER DUNSTABLE

A418

STEVENAGE

LUTON

A1

AYLESBURY OXFORD

Milton Keynes is within the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford Arc

932,000 people live within a 30-minute car drive. Projected to grow to 1,037,000 by 2027. Projected population growth of 11.3% — much faster than the GB average (6.3%). [Source: CACI, 2017 estimates and projections]


The City

Available labour force

Strong relevant skills

Some 6,300 people aged 16 to 64 are unemployed.

Some 12,000 employees in Milton Keynes work in ‘warehousing and support activities for transportation’, 5.4% of all employees compared with a GB average of 1.8%.

[Annual Population Survey, June 2016-July 2017]

An additional 8,600 people aged 16 to 64 who are economically inactive say they want a job. [Annual Population Survey, June 2016-July 2017]

Milton Keynes has a larger number and proportion of employees in ‘warehousing and support activities for transportation’ than other M1 corridor locations – highlighting a large pool of workers with warehouse and transport skills. [Business Register and Employment Survey 2016] [All labour force statistics are based on the official Milton Keynes Travel to Work Area]

Number of employees in ‘warehousing and support activities for transportation’

Proportion of employees in ‘warehousing and support activities for transportation’

12,000

6%

The Milton Keynes Core Strategy housing target is to deliver an average of 1,750 homes per year across the borough. In April 2017 land was available for 21,458 homes, of which 16,699 had some form of planning consent. [Milton Keynes Assessment of Five Year Land Supply 2017-2022, July 2017]

New house building in Milton Keynes and the wider area will support population and workforce growth.

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Milton Keynes is within the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford Arc. The National Infrastructure Commission has recently concluded that current rates of house building will need to double – delivering up to one million new homes by 2050 – if the arc is to achieve its economic potential, and it recommends a range of measures and initiatives to support this. Therefore, Milton Keynes and the wider growth corridor are likely to see significant new housing development over the long term.


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The City

Milton Keynes has three ancient woods to choose to take a stroll through, providing the perfect setting for a quiet walk and to enjoy the local wildlife. Milton Keynes is home to many golf courses such as Abbey Hill, West Bletchley and Wavendon along with Aspley Guise, Soulbury and Woburn.

Stadium MK, home to EFL League One side Milton Keynes Dons F.C. In addition to association football, the stadium occasionally hosts rugby union including a number of the 2015 Rugby World Cup games.


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Willen Lake is one of Milton Keynes’ most popular parks. Over one million visitors a year take part in watersports, cycling, high ropes, enjoy the playground, or simply take a stroll around the scenic lake. Photo courtesy of David Morris

Once the top-secret home of the World War Two Codebreakers, Bletchley House is now a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily to visitors.

Positioned next to Milton Keynes Theatre, 12th Street offers a vibrant mix of restaurants and bars along with a 36-hole adventure golf centre, a kids’ play centre, and a thrilling escape room complex.


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The City

All the benefits of a modern city Who’s here‌

2016 2010

34%

Business base grew by 34%

2027 2015

between 2010 and 2016

300K

200K

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100K

1967

Population has quadrupled 60,000 residents in 1967 grew to 261,800 in 2015 and projected to be over 300,000 by 2027.


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The City

Consistently at the top of benchmarking surveys In 2015 it was awarded number one for job growth in the last decade and for startups outside London.

Britain’s most successful business city

Second phase expansion Work is under way on the expansion of the city, amounting to over 700 hectares, which will include over 10,000 new homes and over 100 hectares of employment land.

The Business, Professional and Financial Services sectors that are situated in Milton Keynes employ over 35,000 people. These leading companies include:

Seeing thousands of businesses choosing to locate there. Attracting over 500 inward investors.

Over £1 billion of private investment

Milton Keynes attracts both UK and international businesses, with many high-profile success stories including:

The investments over the last decade saw the city’s skyline transform with new architecture.

1967

2017

New town

Milton Keynes’ 50th Birthday

The development of Milton Keynes began its formal designation as a new town on 23 January 1967. It was built to help alleviate London’s housing problem and to provide a commercial centre for Buckinghamshire.

Milton Keynes council co-ordinated a yearlong programme of events, exhibitions, parties, tours and trails, and outdoor productions celebrating 50 years of Milton Keynes.


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The City

The Colour of Time, an international street performance created by Compagnie Artonik, taking inspiration from the traditional Indian festival, Holi.

Photo courtesy of Shaun Armstrong

Milton Keynes is the number one UK first-time buyer destination, with this sector of the market equating to one in ten households.

Completed in September 1980, Milton Keynes’ Peace Pagoda sits next to Willen Lake. Surrounding the Peace Pagoda are 1,000 cedar and cherry trees, planted in remembrance of all victims of all wars.


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The City

Photo courtesy of David Morris

Take a stroll along Milton Keynes Canal Broadwalk. Managed by the Parks Trust, the broadwalk facilitates a walk, cycle or jog from historic Linford Manor Park through to Woughton on the Green.

Photo courtesy of Kelly Cooper

Midsummer Boulevard in central Milton Keynes was designed to be in alignment with the summer solstice.

Brought to Milton Keynes by The Stables and IF, artists take part in the 2015 Rugby World Cup Clash of Drums/Danbor Talka.


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Local area Transport Rail Milton Keynes Central Station is just a 15-minute drive from Magna Park and would give occupiers of Altitude access into central London in just 30 minutes. Road Altitude lies just 2 miles from both junction 13 and 14 of the M1 motorway, via the A421 dual carriageway, offering ease of access both to London and the South East and to the wider motorway network.

Restaurants & Bars Prezzo Just an 8-minute drive from Magna Park, Prezzo is a modern Italian restaurant in the new-build leisure complex – Kingston Centre.

Byron Burger A British restaurant chain offering casual dining service with a main focus on hamburgers. Byron Burger is a 13-minute drive from Magna Park, housed in Milton Keynes’ largest shopping centre: The Centre. Wagamama A restaurant chain serving Asian food inspired by the flavours of Japan. Located a 13-minute drive from Magna Park in Milton Keynes’ largest shopping centre: The Centre. Be At One Located a 14-minute drive from Magna Park, Be At One is a lively chain bar that serves sweet, sour and spicy cocktails, and offers mixing masterclasses. The Old Beams Located a 15-minute drive from Magna Park, The Old Beams is a homely, family-friendly pub with traditional décor and a menu of classic and modern global food. Brasserie Blanc As featured in the Michelin Guide 2017, Brasserie Blanc is a 13-minute drive from Magna Park. Brasserie Blanc is an upscale French brasserie with a menu devised by celebrity chef, Raymond Blanc. Paris House As featured in the Michelin Guide 2017, Paris House offers elegant, modern dining in a Victorian Tudor-style house for high-end classic British cuisine. Paris House is a 15-minute drive from Magna Park.

Bus Magna Park Milton Keynes is serviced by the 34, 300 and 310 bus services. Cycle 30 minutes to Milton Keynes Central Station; 13 minutes to Woburn Sands Station; 11 minutes to Kingston Shopping Centre; 25 minutes to MK1 Shopping and Leisure Park.

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Big Rock Climbing Centre Located a 6-minute drive from Magna Park, Big Rock Climbing Centre offers a big indoor space with multiple walls catering for various abilities of rock climbing and bouldering. Kingston Centre The Kingston Centre is the leading shopping destination in Milton Keynes. Offering a combination of high street fashion stores, supermarkets, food outlets and free parking. The shopping centre is located a 6-minute drive from Magna Park Milton Keynes. The Stables The Stables is a music venue situated in Wavendon, a small village on the south-east edge of Milton Keynes. Producing the first Milton Keynes International Festival, held every two years in July, the Festival is now established as one of the UK’s leading multi-artform festivals. Powerleague, 5-a-side Powerleague is a football chain with outdoor 5- or 7-a-side pitches and organised league facilities. This is located a 5-minute drive from Magna Park. Wavendon Golf Academy Wavendon Golf Academy offers a driving range, bar and restaurant and both a 9- and 18-hole golf course. This scenic Golf Academy is located a 6-minute drive from Magna Park. Snozone Snozone is an indoor snow slope complex offering ski and snowboard lessons, group parties and kids’ programmes. Snozone is an 11-minute drive from Magna Park. iFly, Xscape iFly offers an indoor skydiving experience. Providing a simulation of true free-fall conditions in a vertical tunnel, flyers from age 3 to 103 can experience the thrill of indoor skydiving. iFly is located an 11-minute drive from Magna Park.

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Magna Park Milton Keynes is one of the premier distribution parks in Europe. We have been working on the park for over 10 years and it is now home to the UK’s leading brands, employing some 4,500 people; Phase 2 is set to create another 2,500 jobs. The park totals 388 acres, with floor space amounting to 4 million sq ft to date, which will increase to 5.7 million sq ft upon the completion of Altitude, plots 520 and 410 – the equivalent of 74 MK Don Football pitches. Phase 3 is moving apace, with plot 410 now submitted for planning approval — this will be our last building at Magna Park Milton Keynes.

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The Park

Building areas 900

800

Building heights 700

600

500

400

300

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100

sq ft

938,449 sq ft (87,184 sq m)

Site 520

786,332 sq ft (73,052 sq m)

John Lewis 1

19m

20m

20m

20m

20.5m

21m

670,726 sq ft (62,312 sq m)

John Lewis 2

650,080 sq ft (60,394 sq m)

John Lewis 3

15m

638,000 sq ft (59,272 sq m)

Altitude

12.5m 12.5m

574,258 sq ft (53,350 sq m)

River Island

15m

465,593 sq ft (43,255 sq m)

AG BARR 327,573 sq ft (30,432 sq m) (17,322 sq m)

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The Park

The park aims to offer occupiers easy access to communal green space.


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The Park

Immediately adjacent to Magna Park is the Milton Keynes Linear Park, which is open to the public and offers leisure and recreation for occupiers of Magna Park.

Photo courtesy of David Morris

Man-made balancing pond, constructed during the development of John Lewis 2, as seen above. It absorbs the majority of Magna Park’s surface water and slowly releases into Broughton Brook. It is now an active wild life area and will link into the Linear Park via a public footpath once plot 410 is complete.

Statue of 2012 Olympic gold medal long jumper Greg Rutherford, positioned at the entrance of the park. Installed as part of the dualling of the A421 that Gazeley carried out in 2014.


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Construction Schedule 20 June 2017 23 May 2017

Planning achieved

Soil moved

23 May 2017

02 Oct 2017

Ground breaking

Landscaping begins

29 May 2017

Main contractor appointed


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The Building

26 Jan 2018

30 Oct 2017

Office fit-out

Steels up

27 Nov 2017 Wind & water tight

06 Nov 2017

Completion of road & services infrastructure

06 Oct 2017

PAD foundation & ground beams complete

12 Feb 2018

Practical completion

12 Jan 2018

Flooring down


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The Building

Site Plan Warehouse 532,560 sq ft 46,476 sq m Main Office 26,802 sq ft 2,490 sq m

(3 floors of 8,934 sq ft, 830 sq m)

North Pod 7,233 sq ft 672 sq m

(2 floors of 3,617 sq ft, 336 sq m)

South Pod 7,233 sq ft 672 sq m

(2 floors of 3,617 sq ft, 336 sq m)

2 Gatehouses 430 sq ft 40 sq m

HGV Parking*

100 (exc. loading)

Car Parking

381 (inc. disabled)

Clear Height

21m

Dock Levellers Dock Wall Height Level Access Doors Site Area

117 1.2m 8 26.26 ac (10.63ha)

*Full circulation of HGVs around the site.


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2 Storey Office South Pod

21 No Dock Levellers

410.5m

38m

48 HGV Parking Spaces

126m

3 HGV Parking Spaces

2 No. Level Access 2 No. Level Access

87m

44 HGV Parking Spaces Yard slab strip with Granite aggregate.

204 Car Parking Spaces

2 Storey Office North Pod

55m

Car Park 2

354m

29 No Dock Levellers

38m

38 No Dock Levellers

M1

2 ouse Gateh

Potential Sprinkler Tanks

3 Storey Main Office

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Gatehouse 1 Battery Storage Area

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Divisibility Area 1

318,872 sq ft 29,624 sq m Warehouse

284,385 sq ft 26,420 sq m

Main Office

26,802 sq ft 2,490 sq m

North Pod Office

7,233 sq ft 672 sq m

Gatehouse 2

215 sq ft 20 sq m

HGV Parking Car Parking Dock Levellers Level Access Doors

10 (exc. loading) 289 (inc. disabled) 60 (inc. 6 D decked) 4

Area 2

254,977 sq ft 23,688 sq m Warehouse South Pod Office Gatehouse 1

247,281 sq ft 22,973 sq m 7,233 sq ft 672 sq m 215 sq ft 20 sq m

HGV Parking Car Parking Dock Levellers Level Access Doors

42 (exc. loading) 346 (inc. disabled) 56 (inc. 6 D decked) 4


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2 Storey Office North Pod

38m

(23,688 sq m)

3 HGV Parking Spaces

21 No Dock Levellers

AREA 2 254,977 sq ft

200.5m

38 No Dock Levellers

2 Storey Office South Pod

126m

2 No. Level Access 2 No. Level Access

Potential Sprinkler Tanks

87m

35 HGV Parking Spaces Yard slab strip with Granite aggregate.

204 Car Parking Spaces

55m

Car Park 2

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The Warehouse: typical Gazeley internal finish, seen here at Building 2110 Magna Park, Lutterworth.


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Increased capacity 21m

Altitude Altitude Ground +10 Ground +10

Altitude haunch height Increased racking height with VNA Increased mezzanine floor capacity

15m

Market standard haunch height

Market Market standard standard Ground Ground +7+7

VNA VNA Racking Racking

• Three additional rack heights • 35,156 additional pallet positions • Two additional mezzanines over and above a standard 15m to eaves building


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VNA Pallet positions (1.8m beam height)

Market standard (15m)

96,416

574,258 sq ft

Altitude (21m)

132,572

574,258 sq ft

Altitude 5 Mezz

3.5m Clear Head Height Mezz 5

Mezz 4

Market standard 3 Mezz Mezz 3

Mezz 2

3m Floor to Floor

5.5m Floor to Floor

Mezz 1

Ground Level

Mezzanine 5.5m


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The Building

Warehouse Floor Slab

FFL

Proprietary ‘ISEDIO’ armour joint or similar approved

210mm thick slab

Plate Dowel Sleeve

Plate Dowel

The floor was constructed to an industryleading standard of workmanship in large pours of 40m × 40m bays with saw-cuts at 6m max spacing, using laser-controlled state-of-the-art construction methods in accordance with 4th Edition of Concrete Society TR34. The armour joint is the most reliable in the market with proven performance.


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The Building

Internal ground floor joint layout Plan view

FM2 flatness, reinforced concrete floor slab with load capacity of 80kN/m2 UDL and capable of carrying racking loads up to 130kN. High-grade aggregates were carefully sourced from local quarries and quality control was closely monitored on site by an independent specialist consultant. The end product is a highly durable, flat surface with armoured joints, to provide optimum future performance in a logistics environment.

—  Tied Induced Joint (T.I.J) —  Armoured Day Joint (A.D.J)


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John Lewis 3 (MP3) seen here at Magna Park, Milton Keynes. Double-dock doors, with two vision panels, coloured to RAL 5010.


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Double-Dock Levellers

Heavy-duty collapsible dock shelter with secondary electric roller blind dropping to 3650mm

4.5m

Prowall

Insulated sectional panel vertical lift dock door

3.5m

1m telescopic lip

Single-row double-glazed vision panels

3.5m clear height – 0.5m bigger than the standard dock door

2m wide dock

m 3.5

Double-Dock Levellers A powerful distribution tool with double-dock loading doors in every position, at a ratio of one door per 4,500 sq ft saving time, financial and environmental cost to occupiers. Double-dock doors have a longer leveller and higher door, which provides increased flexibility in the range of trailer bed height, and type of trailer that can be used.


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Clear Height

3.5m

Clear Width

2.75m

Dock Size

L3.5 x W2m

Telescopic Lip

1m

Vision Panels

2 per door

Dock Shelter

4.5m

Internal elevation

2750mm Clear opening width

1100mm

3500mm Clear opening height

1250mm

External elevation

4400mm

1200mm

3500mm

Typical dock plan

3500mm

2000mm 2750mm Clear width

500mm 3500mm

650mm

500mm


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Flexible space: indicative racking layout.


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Indicative Racking Options VNA racking Plan view

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

VNA cross-section Gable end

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

VNA (Very Narrow Aisle) • • • • •

Beam height: 1.8m Standard UK pallets of 1m x 1.2m Marshalling area widths: 18m Length of the rows: 50.220m / 89.280m Width of aisles: 1.9m


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Wide aisle racking Plan view

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

Wide aisle cross-section Gable end

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

Wide Aisle • • • • •

Beam height: 1.8m Standard UK pallets of 1m x 1.2m Marshalling area widths: 18m Length of the rows: 50.220m / 89.280m Width of aisles: 3.2m


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Indicative ‘Mixed-Use’ Storage Options

Example one Plan view

Marshalling area

VNA Racking

Wide Aisle Racking

Mezzanine 6m Levels G + Mezz 4 Levels 607,299 sq ft (56,420 sq m)

Marshalling area

Example one Indicative storage layout showing the warehouse floor as 40% very narrow aisle racking 35% of 4 levels of mezzanines, and 25% wide aisle racking. Marshalling areas running the full length on both sides of the warehouse with the mezzanine levels tying in with the main office upper floors providing direct access from office to mezzanine.


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Example two Plan view

Marshalling area

VNA Racking

Wide Aisle Racking

Block Stacking at 150 sq m

Mezzanine 5.5m Levels G + Mezz 5 Levels 544,637 sq ft (50,598 sq m)

Marshalling area

Example two Indicative storage layout showing the warehouse floor as 25% very narrow aisle racking, 25% of 5 levels of mezzanines, 25% wide aisle racking, and 25% block stacking. Marshalling areas running the full length on both sides of the warehouse with the mezzanine levels tying in with the main office upper floors providing direct access from office to mezzanine.


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Indicative Manufacturing and Warehouse Layout

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Packaging

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Dock levellers

The Building

9 No. Future dock levellers

Components arrival

9 No. Future dock levellers

9 No. Dock levellers

2 No. Level access

Mezzanine

9 No. Dock levellers

Manufacturing and warehouse layout showing dedicated component inbound doors and storage area. The central zone shows manufacturing assembly lines with packaging, storage and direct outbound distribution. The flexibility of this warehouse footprint provides manufacturers with endless possible layouts and solutions.


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Example Automation

Typical B2B Operation

Typical B2B Operation A typical B2B operation services only retail shops and businesses as its end customers. The orders are received throughout the day until a specific ‘cut-off� time and processed on either a FIFO or batch basis to optimise the workload per hour. A typical system will include pallet racking for overstock with conveyorised multi-zone picking areas for fast, medium and slow moving lines. The orders will be labelled, secured and shipped in either totes or cartons, then palletised or loose-loaded onto outbound transport.


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Pick to belt

Goods-to-man picking

Pallet racking

Despatch

Order start and finishing

Slow mover picking

Fast mover picking

Pick tower

OSR Shuttle

TM

Typical B2C Operation courtesy of Knapp

Typical B2C Operation A typical B2C operation services only individual end customers. There are a greater number of orders processed with reduced items/order compared to a B2B operation. They can be processed either as a single order, or on a batch basis, dependent on the required delivery requirements (same or next day delivery). A typical system will include automatic storage and retrieval systems for both overstock and supporting GTM picking operations, with conveyorised multi-zone picking areas for fast, medium and slow moving lines. The orders will be labelled, secured and shipped in either totes or cartons, then palletised or loose-loaded onto outbound transport.


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Indicative ‘Omni-Channel’ Layout

Goods Receiving

Fast Track Buffer

Zone Picking

Goods Receiving Area

GOH Processing

GTM Picking

B2C Processing 3.2m Mezz height

VAS & Packing

4.5m Mezz height

Sortation

Despatch


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Bulk Pallet Storage

Pick Tower

B2B Processing

The Omni-Channel Warehouse Today, very few market sectors are as dynamic, fastpaced and changeable as retail. Characterised by a vast range of SKUs in which the conventional ABC structures are disappearing. More and more operations are facing changing customer demands with high seasonal peaks. Requirements are now being focused on having 100% product availability coupled with same and next day deliveries while maintaining absolute flexibility, in terms of handling in returns and exchanges.

This means that all sales channels, both online and offline, are now merging into one seamless shopping experience for consumers: Omni-Channel Retail. Retailers require highly efficient systems with maximum flexibility in order to manage these future challenges. The Omni-Channel Warehouse will help to manage these processes so that they are more flexible and scalable. Courtesy of Knapp


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The Office: typical of Gazeley’s internal CAT A office finish, seen here at Building 330, Magna Park, Milton Keynes.


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Main Office Landlord’s specification Floor plate: 8,934 sq ft

830 sq m

Ground floor Shell and Core Finish +

1

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

Elevation view

Plan view

First floor CAT A Finish 2 1

2

3

Shell and Core • Bare shell with exposed ceiling, concrete floor and below-ground drainage pop-ups


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The Building

Lift

Rainwater/MCW break tanks

Toilet

Solar hot water cylinder

Kitchen

Gas-fired boiler plant

Hybrid AC control boxes

HVAC control panel

Toilet heat recovery AHU

Below-ground drainage pop-up location

Main office heat recovery AHU

Second floor CAT A Finish 2

2

1

3

Third floor Plant deck open to the warehouse 5 4

13.5m

6

8 7 9

10

4

62m

CAT A Finish • • • • • •

Raised floor Carpet tiles Suspended ceiling Air conditioning – hybrid VRF system LED lighting Floor boxes at every 97 sq ft (9 sq m) with power and data containment • Male, female and disabled toilets • Kitchenette


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The Building

Main Office Indicative Layouts 26,802 sq ft

2,490 sq m

Ground floor Welfare facilities +

+

+

+

+

+

7

+

7

+

+

9

+ +

+

13

+

14 12

8

10

15

11

+

Elevation view

Plan view

First floor Cellular layout 2

6

1

1 3 5

1

1

4

Indicative welfare facilities

First floor – cellular layout

Core areas with stairs and lift to first and second floors designed to be fitted out to provide reception area, welfare facilities to include male and female lockers with toilets and showers, first aid room, gym, security offices, search rooms, and canteen with hot food kitchen and seating for c108 people.

Indicative core areas with stairs, lift and toilets designed to be fitted out to provide cellular office space to include meeting rooms, training rooms, IT server room, managers’ offices and open-plan office space for c32 desks.


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The Building

Meeting room

Kitchen

16

Hybrid AC control boxes

Video conference room

Gym

17

Toilet heat recovery AHU

Manager’s office

Office

18

Main office heat-recovery AHU

Training room

Security

19

Rainwater/MCW break tanks

Open-plan office

Reception

20

Solar hot water cylinder

IT

Canteen

21

Gas-fired boiler plant

HR

22

HVAC control panel

Toilets / lockers First aid

Second floor Open-plan layout

5 1

1

1

Third floor Plant deck open to the warehouse 17 16

13.5m

18

20 19 21

22

16

62m

Second floor – open plan

Third floor – plant deck

Indicative core areas with stairs, lift, and toilets designed to be fitted out to provide open-plan office space to include meeting rooms and open-plan office space for c82 desks.

Core area with internal access stairs designed to be fitted out with warehouse and office plant, provided with external louvres and internally open to the warehouse with safety handrail.


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The Building

The Office: ground floor shell and core finish as seen here at Building 330 Magna Park, Milton Keynes.


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The Building

North Pod Office Landlord’s specification Floor plate: 3,617 sq ft

336 sq m

2

Ground floor Shell and Core Finish +

+

24m +

4 1 3

14m 1 +

Elevation view

+

+

+

Plan view

First floor CAT A Finish

2


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The Building

Toilets

Kitchen

North Pod Office heat recovering AHU

Below-ground drainage pop-up location

Hybrid AC  control box

Second floor Plant deck open to the warehouse 24m

4

3

14m

Shell and Core

CAT A Finish

• Bare shell with exposed ceiling, concrete floor and below-ground drainage pop-ups

• • • • • •

+

Raised floor 2 Carpet tiles Suspended ceiling Air conditioning – hybrid VRF system LED lighting Floor boxes at every 97 sq ft (9 sq m) with power and data containment • Male, female and disabled toilets • Kitchenette +


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The Building

North Pod Office Indicative Layouts 7,233 sq ft

672 sq m

Ground floor +

+

24m +

7

6

14m

+

Elevation view

Plan view

First floor

+

+

+


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The Building

Drivers’ reception Open-plan office Toilets Meeting room Kitchen 6

Hybrid AC control box

7

North Pod Office heat-recovering AHU

Second floor Plant deck open to the warehouse 24m

7

6

14m

Ground floor indicative layout

Second floor

Core area with stairs to first floor designed to be fitted out to provide welfare facilities to include male and female toilets, drivers’ reception area, and open-plan office space with c22 desks.

Core area with internal access stairs designed to be fitted out with warehouse and office plant, provided with external louvres and internally open to the warehouse with safety handrail.

First floor indicative layout Core area with stairs designed to be fitted out to provide open-plan office space to include meeting rooms and open-plan office space for c22 desks. +

+


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The Building 2

South Pod Office Landlord’s specification Floor plate: 3,617 sq ft

336 sq m

Ground floor Shell and Core Finish +

+

+

+

1

1

+

14m

3

+

Elevation view

+

4 Plan view

24m

First floor CAT A Finish

2


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The Building

Toilets

Kitchen

South Pod Office heat-recovering AHU

Below-ground drainage pop-up location

Hybrid AC  control box

Second floor Plant deck open to the warehouse

14m

3

4

24m

2

Shell and Core

CAT A Finish

• Bare shell with exposed ceiling, concrete floor and below-ground drainage pop-ups

• • • • • •

+

Raised floor Carpet tiles Suspended ceiling Air conditioning – hybrid VRF system LED lighting Floor boxes at every 97 sq ft (9 sq m) with power and data containment • Male, female and disabled toilets • Kitchenette +

+

+


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The Building

South Pod Office Indicative Layouts 7,233 sq ft

672 sq m

Ground floor +

+

+

+

+

14m

7

+

Elevation view

+

8 Plan view

24m

First floor


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The Building

Drivers’ reception

7

Hybrid AC  control box

Open-plan office

Toilets

South Pod Office heat-recovering AHU 8

Meeting room Kitchen Plant deck open to the warehouse

Below-ground drainage pop-up location

Second floor Plant deck open to the warehouse

14m

7

8

24m

Ground floor indicative layout

Second floor

Core area with stairs to first floor designed to be fitted out to provide welfare facilities to include male and female toilets, drivers’ reception area, and open-plan office space with c22 desks.

Core area with internal access stairs designed to be fitted out with warehouse and office plant, provided with external louvres and internally open to the warehouse with safety handrail.

First floor indicative layout Core area with stairs designed to be fitted out to provide open-plan office space to include meeting rooms and open-plan office space for c22 desks. +

+

+

+


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Decked car park ready – flexible space to meet customers’ needs. 381 spaces in situ day one, with future provision for 705 spaces.


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The Building

Car Park 1 Existing infrastructure

Future double-deck system

Existing infrastructure The car park will be surfaced with tarmac, white lined, contain drainage, lighting, kerbs and security fencing.


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The Building

Car Park 2 Existing infrastructure

Future double-deck system

Future double-deck system We have designed a double-deck car park solution to enable quick implementation should a customer require. The ground-level car parks have the ability to add car parking spaces by installing a series of standard or bespoke modules in a carefully optimised layout to provide an upper deck solution. Standard modules are 16 metres long comprising two opposing parking bays separated by a 6-metre access way. The modular design allows for fast, consistent erection with foundations to suit the ground conditions. Pre-finished anti-skid decks, automatic lane markings with access lanes identified by colour of deck coating. Plug & play electrics for fast installation of accessories such as lighting and CCTV along with integral safety barriers will be pre-fitted, and the modular ramps and stairs rapidly attach to the parking deck to give a quick, safe and economical way of adding additional car parking spaces to the scheme.


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The Building

Altitude is 100% photovoltaics (PV) ready.


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The Building

Sustainability as standard Photovoltaics (PV) Ready Altitude is able to accept roof-mounted PVs to the north and south facing slopes, allowing the occupier to utilise the power of the sun.

Roof lights 15% natural light to warehouse via roof lights and Wallite. Triple-skinned factory-assembled roof light to warehouse saving an estimated 13% a year on running costs.

Car Charging Points Installing 20 car charging points, with the ducting for an additional 60 installed.

Community Community landscaping features.

Bee Hotel Created within landscape scheme. With an estimated ⅓ of the UK’s food being pollinationdependent, the on-site apiary will support bee population by providing suitable habitat. In turn, local crops will benefit from increased pollination.

Solar Thermal Solar thermal pre-heated for hot water.

Rainwater Harvesting Rainwater harvesting for use in toilet flushing and other non-portable applications.

LED Lighting Internal and external.

Commercial Battery Storage-Ready The works in connection for battery storage technology will be complete, allowing the customer to scale up and down their battery requirements according to their needs. A small battery installation of 350 KWhrs would power the external lighting and car charging points.

Natural Lighting Using Wallite systems above dock areas (optional to serve future mezzanines).

Excellent Air Tightness Measured at 0.65m3(M2-h) at 50 pascals, saving customers money and lowering energy consumption.

Energy Monitoring System Online energy dashboard to help the customer proactively manage their energy consumption.

Regionally Sourced Planting Supporting local employment and reducing transport costs.

Gazeley is a pioneer in environmentally sustainable ‘eco-warehouse’ development, setting the standard for the industry. Our sustainability initiatives contribute to a greener world and offer distinct advantages to our customers and communities. We proudly design and develop our buildings to: • Reduce energy and water usage • Increase biodiversity


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The Building

A+ A B C D E F G

Net zero CO2 emissions

0–25 26–50 51–75 76–100 101–125 126–150 Over 150

16

BREEAM UK New Construction 2017: Industrial (Shell and Core)

Energy efficiency of Altitude

Overall score: 73.5% Breeam Fit-Out Excellent ready


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The Building

PV Roof Solar and Battery Storage-Ready

Example battery storage partner

Battery storage-ready The building is battery storage-ready, allowing the building to fully harness solar power. The benefits include: • • • • • • •

Peak shaving Load shifting Emergency backup Micro-grid at point of use Steady stream of service Increased PV self-sufficiency Reduced energy bills


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The Building

Battery storage area

PV roof Cost-effective solar power solutions: • Altitude is 100% PV-ready and can accept solar panels across the whole roof • PV system size is 3MW with an irradiance of 847.1 kWhr/kWp • Annual generation of 2.6GWhrs annually • Green electricity, cheaper than the grid • Potential to save 1,300,000kg of CO2 per annum • The customer can pay for the PVs or we can offer a funded option Courtesy of Kingspan


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The Building

WELL-Ready WELL Certification for Core and Shell compliance results in the following benefits for occupiers: Improved health and wellbeing for employees Increased productivity Lower energy and operating costs Lower maintenance costs Reduced downtime

Surveys from occupants of WELL Certified buildings show positive results. 92%

94%

100%

83%

Said the new space has created a positive effect on their health and wellbeing

Said that clients are interested in their new way of working

Said the new space has created a positive impact on business performance

Said they feel more productive

WELL Certification for Core and Shell compliance means that the building is ready for the occupier to achieve full WELL certification, in line with their own operational requirements. The WELL Building Standard is a performance-based system for recognising features of buildings that impact the health and wellbeing of people who use them. These measures, addressing occupant health, channel resources towards reducing the largest line item in the 30-year costs of a building – the personnel – offering a meaningful return on investment for both occupier and owner.


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The standard is centred on seven concepts Altitude is registered for Core and Shell assessment and certification for Core and Shell under the WELL Standard. Physical workplace is one of the top three factors affecting performance and job satisfaction, so a WELL Certified project places people at the heart of design, construction, operations and development decisions.

Light

• Designing lighting plans to have sufficient lux levels to undertake all common activities in the offices. • Ensuring glare is controlled to improve visual comfort.

Air

• Air quality monitoring is currently in place on site to ensure air quality is of a sufficient standard to avoid detrimental health impacts. • Working to ensure ventilation is sufficient to keep internal air quality high. • Specifying materials with low VOC content to minimise detrimental health effects. • Designing a ‘healthy entrance’ to reduce the introduction of outdoor air pollutants into indoor air. • Designing internal lobbies to protect the air quality of staff areas and offices.

Mind

• Developing initiatives to raise awareness of health and wellbeing among occupants. • Integrating mindful design to positively impact the mood and morale of employees. • Incorporate nature into the building design to boost the mood of occupants.

Water

Nourishment

Comfort

Fitness

• Testing water on site to ensure drinking water quality is high.

• Achieving thermal comfort to promote occupant productivity.

• Opportunities for better eating habits and a good food culture are integrated into the building design and policy, including space for mindful eating and safe storage of food.

• Designing in opportunities for interior fitness, such as prominent staircases.


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Base building specification GLP MPMK Phase 2 Plot 510 (21m haunch)

Building performance and operational benefits This specification has been prepared for the construction of a new warehouse/distribution facility. The building is to be designed and constructed in accordance with the planning permission and all current and relevant codes of practice, legislation, statutory, local authority and fire officer requirements. The building will be Certified BREEAM Fit-Out Excellent ready, and with an EPC A rating, when taking into cognisance assumed fit-out measures.


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Gross internal areas sq ft

sq m

Warehouse

532,560

49,476

Main Offices

26,802

2,490

North Pod Office

7,233

672

South Pod Office

7,233

672

Gatehouse (2No.)

430

40

574,258

53,350

Total

Schedule of accommodation specification HGV parking

100

Car parking

381

inc. DDA-compliant accessible spaces and 20 charging points and 60 charging point ductwork

Site area

26.26 acres

10.63 Ha

Standard dock door size

2.75 wide × 3m high clear opening

Standard dock leveller size

Will rise to a trailer bed height of 1550mm and fall to a trailer bed height of 1050mm

Large loading docks

117 No. [open/closed] pit

Large dock doors size

2.75m wide × 3.5m high clear opening

Large dock leveller size

Will rise to a trailer bed height of 1650mm and fall to a trailer bed height of 950mm

Dock wall height

1.20m

Level access doors

8 No.

Level access doors size

4m × 5m high

Haunch height

21m

Roof pitch

Nominally 6 degrees and nominally minimum 4 degrees after deflection

Warehouse frame spacing

8m

Dock spacing

4m

Portal span

31.5m

Car park access width

6m

HGV yard access width

55m & 38m

HGV stacking

6 No.

Warehouse floor category

FM2 as defined by TR34 4th Edition, Table 3.1, 2013

Warehouse floor slab point load

Clear height 21m—130kN

Natural light

Roof lights max

15%

Translucent Wallites

6% of the whole of the north elevation


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The Building

Carbon footprint reduction measures The following features assisting the reduction in the carbon footprint of the building are included within this specification: • Triple-skinned factory-assembled roof lights to the warehouse • Optimised natural light to warehouse via roof lights and/or wall lights • Rainwater harvesting for use in toilet flushing and other non-potable applications • Excellent air tightness • Regionally sourced planting • LED office, warehouse, external lighting • DSG (Desolphogypsum) partitions • Organic water-based paint • Rockfon ceiling tiles or similar utilising recycled content • Carpets with 80% recyclable yarns • Low-flush volume WCs • Low water use spray taps • Responsibly sourced timber • Solar thermal pre-heating of hot water • Dyson Airblade or equal approved high-efficiency hand dryers • Sub-metering of base build electrical main and sub-circuits in conjunction with FM Manager’s monitoring regime • Pulse metering of incoming gas/water/electric supplies in conjunction with FM Manager’s regime

In addition to the initiatives already embedded in this specification, we will work with our customers to establish an Eco-features budget for the development which may be used on a number of technologies, the purpose of which is to reduce the operating carbon footprint of our buildings. These may include: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Wind-generated power Photovoltaic Ground source heat pump Air source heat pump Solar wall/energy wall Combined heat and power Uprating thermal performance of roof lights Biomass boilers Biomass CHP Energy from waste Electrical off-peak power control Central heat recovery on fit-out Passive ventilation where office dimensions allow Night-time cooling within fit-out design BMS system within fit-out design High efficiency fans on all systems CO2 sensors to control VSD fans to ensure that air is delivered only when required

In addition to the initiatives already embedded in this specification, we will work with our customers to establish an area within the demise, behind the security line, where, within the landscaped area a small, level, grassed area accessible from the car park, circa 20 metres × 6 metres, together with a small timber shed, can be allocated for the future location of an apiary area for the use of local British Beekeeping Association members. All subject to the full agreement with the operator and subject to the operator permitting regular access though their security line.


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Design criteria The following should be considered as part of the overall design concept: • Kerb appeal • Front office elevation to provide a sense of arrival • Offices to be positioned externally from the main warehouse • Offices to be either 10 or 14m deep • Light and airy reception • Floor-to-floor dimension to be 4.2m overall • Operationally sub-divisible • Ability to provide extra yard depth (min 36m / ideally 56m) • Ability to provide canopies above level-entry doors • Warehouse frame spacing to be 8.0m and docks to be 4.0m centre to centre • Provision of HGV parking spaces at circa one per 4,000 sq ft of warehouse • Provision of minimum of 20% car charging spaces • Loading dock ratio of one per 5,000 sq ft of warehouse minimum • Below-ground services for the future provision of warehouse offices – ducts and drainage • Stacking at gatehouse to be a minimum of three articulated vehicles


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The Building

Mechanical and electrical services Detailed below are the key M&E services that are being incorporated into the developer’s build on Altitude, Milton Keynes.

Electrical Transformer 2000kVA low loss of the MIDEL liquid-filled type (KNAN). Main LV panel The LV Switchboard will have sufficient outgoing ways to cater for the developer base build services with 25% spare capacity. Automated monitoring and target system The electricity metering strategy is required to be designed and operated in line with Part L2 of the building regulations and GIL065 (Guideline for sub-metering new build premises), and CIBSE: TM39 – 2006. The main LV panel and sub-distribution boards are fitted with pulsed / open protocol meters that measure the building’s energy consumption in line with Part l2 building regulations. The sub-meters are linked to the BEMS system. Over-door busbars Overhead IP54 rated plug-in busbar systems are provided for all dock leveller doors level access doors. Main offices power Generally, within the first and second floor office areas with raised access floors, power is provided via 4-compartment flush floor boxes, at a ratio 1 per 9 sq m. Each floor box is complete with two twin general switched sockets, one quad data plate for future data installation, and one blanking plate.

The flush floor boxes are supplied from the floor void below, via under-floor power high-integrity earth busbars. Each floor box is supplied with a 3m mains connection lead. Two No 25mm flexible conduits shall be provided and installed for use by the data specialist. All other areas by 3-compartment dado trunking. Toilets All toilets are fitted with White Dyson Airblade hand dryers. Disabled refuge call system The system consists of a single master station, located within the reception area and outstations. Office lighting Ultra-high efficiency LED, has been fitted to the office areas, with in excess of 100 lumens/circuit watt. This is combined with presence detection and daylight linking controls (for two rows near windows). The life expectancy of the LED fittings is in excess of 50,000 hours. External LED lighting Ultra-high efficiency LED lamps, with in excess of 110 lumens/circuit watt, have been installed. Each fitting is provided with a wireless mesh node for ultra-flexible control and is fixed to the building/lighting columns (8m affl). Luminaires are fixed in horizontal plane for zero upward light spill in compliance with ILE Dark Skies policy. Each LED fitting will have a life expectancy of over 50,000 hours. Electric car chargers Electric car charging has been installed to cater for 20 car charging points in the main car park. Duct infrastructure has also been installed to facilitate extension for an additional future 60 cars to meet the projected increase in electric vehicles on the road forecast in the next 20 years.


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Mechanical Office heating and cooling The office heating and cooling system is designed and installed in accordance with CIBSE TM13-2013. The Main Office reception, first and second floor open office areas, North and South Pod first floor open offices are heated and cooled by a Hydronic VRF system via an Air Source Reverse cycle heat pump. This significantly reduces the extent of refrigerant charge. Low-temperature hot water The LTHW heating is provided by a high-efficiency low NOx (≤40mg/kWh) gas-fired modular floor standing system condensing boiler(s). Hot water systems Hot water to all Main Office toilet areas is provided via indirect HWS calorifiers in conjunction with a solar heating backup system on the Main Office plant only. Rainwater harvesting system External below-ground rainwater harvesting system (12000 litres) is provided to the main office. The water is utilised for urinal and WC flushing, greatly reducing tenants, water usage. Office heating and ventilation The offices’ heating/ventilation is provided by heat recovery air handling units. The controls systems are provided with TREND IQ outstation that can be interfaced with a future tenant TREND BEMS installations Sensor taps/low-flush WCs Sensor taps are provided to the main toilet facilities for water savings. Low-flush WCs (4/6 litres) are also provided which when combined with rainwater harvesting systems will mean lower water usage.

Major water leak detection Each incoming water position to the building is monitored with alarm links to the BEMS, which identifies up any out-of-range readings/leaks. This is an early warning system prior to visual leak detection. Variable speed drives on pumps/fans Variable speed drives will be installed on pumps and fans to match the fan/pump flow rates with the actual requirements. This saves on electricity usage and CO2 emissions. Solar thermal Solar thermal system will be provided to pre-heat the office hot water system and save on gas usage and therefore CO2 emissions. Excellent airtightness of building (in excess of building regulations requirements) The building will obtain an excellent air tightness of 1m3/ (m2·h) @50 Pa or better which greatly exceeds 5 m3/ (m2·h) @50 Pa requirement of building regulations. This will reduce the warehouse heating costs and thus gas usage and CO2 emissions. 15% roof lights The warehouse is provided with 15% GRP roof lights which will be evenly distributed on the north/south facing roof slopes. This will provide an excellent daylight factor of approx 3% which, when combined with daylight ,controls reduces the electricity usage and CO2 emissions of the warehouse lighting installation, when installed.


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The Team

Project team

Gazeley is a leading developer, investor and manager of European logistics warehouses and distribution parks with a 17 million sq ft portfolio concentrated in the strategic logistics markets of the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands. In addition to its operating portfolio, which is 98% leased to blue-chip customers such as Amazon, UPS and Volkswagen, Gazeley has a prime landbank which allows for the development of an additional 16 million sq ft. Gazeley is wholly owned by GLP, the leading global provider of modern logistics facilities. For further information about Gazeley please go to www.gazeley.com For further information about GLP please go to www.glprop.com


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Project Management

Architect

Lysander

Chetwoods

Quantity Surveyor

MEP Engineers

KAM Project Consultants

KTA

Structural Engineer

Environmental Engineer

Hydrock

Delta Simons

Founded in 2001, Lysander is wholly independent and provides bespoke project management services for commercial and residential developments of all scales and levels of complexity.

KAM is specifically focused on three key areas: Distribution, Education and Commercial. Being focused in this way enables it to provide highly specialist and relevant advice to clients.

Hydrock is a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy and specialist land remediation contracting business. Hydrock is a business delivering sustainable solutions on major infrastructure projects and landmark buildings.

Main Contractor Readie

Readie Construction commenced trading in 2008 and has grown to become a ÂŁ150m turnover company. The company is privately owned and managed by a dynamic team with a wealth of experience in all aspects of the construction industry.

Established by Laurie Chetwood in 1988, Chetwoods is a forward-thinking and progressive architectural practice specialising in innovative technology and sustainable design. It designs for the senses to create places that people will value and enjoy.

Focusing on distribution, manufacturing, office, retail, leisure, general and infrastructure – Kelly Taylor Associates has a reputation as one of the world’s most forwardthinking engineering and environmental consultants.

An independent, multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy specialising in sustainability services. Delta Simons has been working with industrial, commercial and residential developers, retailers, industrial manufacturers, fund managers, institutional investors, hi-tech companies, public sector and charitable organisations since 1992.


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Contact

Contact

Toby Green

Richard Evans

+44 (0)20 7409 9903 tgreen@savills.com

+44 (0)20 7399 5223 richard.evans@eu.jil.com

Jack Booth

Ed Cole

+44 (0)20 7409 8121 jbooth@savills.com

+44 (0)20 7399 5387 ed.cole@eu.jil.com

Joe Garwood +44 (0)20 7901 4464 joe.garwood@gazeley.com www.gazeley.com

Terms: Available leasehold – details upon application. Please contact the agents for a detailed proposal. This brochure, the descriptions and measurements contained herein do not form part of any contract and while every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, this cannot be guaranteed. January 2018.


J14

BIRMINGHAM

M1

A5139

A4146

MILTON KEYNES

A5130

MONKSTON

MAGNA PARK

ALTITUDE BEDFORD

A421 LONDON BRINKLOW

KENTS HILL A5139

WAVENDON

LEIGHTON BUZZARD

A4146

Altitude Harvie Card Way

Gallagher Logistics Park at

Magna Park Milton Keynes MK17 8EW


3 HGV Parking S paces

38m

2 No. Lev el Access 38 No Do

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44 HGV Parking Spaces

87m

126m

2 No. Lev el Access

21 No Do

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574,258 sq ft 53,350 sq m Warehouse

532,560 sq ft 46,476 sq m

HGV Parking

100 (exc. loading)

Main Office

26,803 sq ft 2,490 sq m

Car Parking

381 (inc. disabled)

North Pod Office

7,233 sq ft 672 sq m

Clear Height

21m

South Pod Office

7,233 sq ft 672 sq m

Dock Levellers

Gatehouse (2 No.)

430 sq ft 40 sq m

Dock Wall Height

Site Area

26.26 ac 10.63ha

Level Access Doors

117 1.2m 8


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