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Contents 02  Key Benefits 04 Introduction 06  The Park 08  Current Tenants 10  Site Plan 12 Gallery 14  Increased Capacity 16  Racking layouts 18  Omni-Channel layout 20 Sustainability 22 Well-Ready 24 Contact


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CLEAR HEIGHT CLEAR HEIGHT FROM INTERNAL FROM INTERNAL GROUND FLOOR LEVEL GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

BUILT FOR LOGISTICS

BUILT FOR LOGISTICS

INCREASED INCREASED CAPACITY CAPACITY

ENERGY

ENERGY

INCREASED CAR INCREASED CAR PARKING PARKING 1 SPACE PER 1,507 SQ 1 FT SPACE PER 1,507 SQ FT

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

INTERNAL GROUND INTERNAL GROUND FLOOR LEVEL FLOOR LEVEL

1.2m

SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABILITY AND WELLBEING AND WELLBEING 1.2m

DOCK WALL HEIGHT DOCK WALL HEIGHT

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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. 04


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The Park

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MAGNITUDE 312

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Home to Leading Occupiers

Current tenants:

LATITUDE 186

The Civic Amenity Space

A5130

Memorial Garden

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. 08

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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.

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

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

John Lewis 1

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

John Lewis 2

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

John Lewis 3

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

Altitude River Island AG BARR 327,573 sq ft (30,432 sq m)

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

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

Magnitude 312 312,700 sq ft (29,051 sq m) Latitude 186 186,443 sq ft (17,322 sq m)

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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 Dock Levellers Dock Wall Height Level Access Doors Site Area *Full circulation of HGVs around the site. 10

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4 HGV Parking Spaces

2 Storey Office South Pod

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410.5m

38m

48 HGV Parking Spaces

204 Car Parking Spaces

2 Storey Office North Pod

55m

Car Park 2

354m

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Potential Sprinkler Tanks

Gatehouse 1 Battery Storage Area

3 Storey Main Office

126m

3 HGV Parking Spaces

2 No. Level Access 2 No. Level Access

87m

44 HGV Parking Spaces Yard slab strip with Granite aggregate.

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Panoramic Warehouse West Corner Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

The Office: enhanced CAT A finish, with walnut wood finish and hybride VRF with air conditioning system to improve air quality.

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Panoramic Warehouse East Corner

Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

Northern elevation with transport office and double dock doors.

The internal warehouse is bright due to the combination of roof (15%) and wall lighting (6%) systems.

Horman Double dock door with vision panels.

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Increased Capacity

21m

Altitude Ground +10

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

15m

Market standard haunch height

Market standard Ground +7

VNA Racking

• Three additional rack heights • 35,156 additional pallet positions • Two additional mezzanines over and above a standard 15m to eaves building 14


VNA Pallet positions

(1.8m beam height)

Market standard (15m) 574,258 sq ft

Altitude (21m)

132,572

574,258 sq ft

Altitude 5 Mezz

96,416

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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Panoramic Warehouse North Corner Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

Indicative Racking Options VNA racking Plan view

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

VNA cross-section Gable end

Marshalling area

Marshalling area

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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


Panoramic Warehouse South Corner Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

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 17


Panoramic Warehouse Main Office – Plant Deck Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

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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Panoramic Warehouse South Pod Office – Plant Deck Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

Bulk Pallet Storage

Pick Tower

B2B Processing

The Omni-Channel Warehouse Today, very few market sectors are as dynamic, fast-paced 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.

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Panoramic Office Canteen

Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

Sustainability as Standard

A+

BREEAM UK New Construction 2017: Industrial (Shell and Core) Overall score: 73.5% Breeam Fit-Out Excellent ready 20

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Net zero CO2 emissions

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

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Energy efficiency of Altitude


Panoramic Office Glazed Partitions

Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

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.

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.

Solar Thermal Solar thermal pre-heated for hot water.

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 21


Panoramic Office Open Plan

Scan QR code to view indicative racking layout

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

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. 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. 22

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.


The standard is centred on seven concepts

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.

Nourishment

• 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.

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.

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.

Comfort

• Achieving thermal comfort to promote occupant productivity.

Water

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

Fitness

• Designing in opportunities for interior fitness, such as prominent staircases. 23


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

To see more about Altitude visit:

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

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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.

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A5139

A4146

MILTON KEYNES

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MAGNA PARK

ALTITUDE BEDFORD

A421 LONDON BRINKLOW

KENTS HILL A5139

WAVENDON

LEIGHTON BUZZARD

A4146

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