With the pandemic reinforcing the growing importance of the logistics sector to the U.K. economy, market evidence demonstrates there is continued and strong demand for a scale and quality of prime logistics space currently unavailable in Crawley and the wider region.
on and off-site construction jobs over 2 years
estimated construction cost
(GVA) generated during construction
social value of apprenticeships during construction
This lack of available supply, developable strategic sites of scale and current safeguarding restrictions, all mean this significant occupier demand is a lost opportunity for the local economy. Uniquely placed to meet this demand is Gatwick Green, which provides the perfect blank canvas upon which the increasing need for high-specification, sustainable and hyper-connected logistics infrastructure can be met.
Sitting outside the Greenbelt and offering an unconstrained quantum of shovel-ready opportunities, Gatwick Green is an early-mover that has the capacity to deliver over 77,800 (GIA) sq m of floor space and more than 2,000 jobs.