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Orion high-spec logistics hub

 

Six months after Practical Completion, Axis J9 a substantial scheme in Bicester Oxfordshire of five

prominent industrial and warehousing units, has been fully let to Arrival, an innovator in the Electrical

Vehicle (EV) market and Origin, the UK’s leading specialist manufacturer of bespoke aluminium Bi-folding

Doors and Windows.

Developed with Albion Land, the 200,000 sq. ft development was funded by Aver Property Partnership, a joint venture between Ergo Real Estate (https://www.ergo-re.com) and NFU Mutual to create high-quality space to meet the needs of the UK’s growing logistics sector.

The high-specification units with ample production and distribution facilities plus grade A office space attracted a high calibre of potential tenants.  Axis J9 also has strong sustainability credentials and has been designed to incorporate a carbon zero specification to achieve a BREAAM ‘Very Good’ rating.

“The successful letting of Axis J9 on long term leases reinforces our strategic decision to invest in the development of Warehouses and Logistics,” says Leigh Burnett, Asset Manager at Ergo RE.  “Furthermore, the occupation of the units by a diversity of businesses is encouraging and demonstrates these types of buildings can accommodate a range of uses and showcases the ever evolving industrial sector.”
 
White Commercial, VSL and Colliers International acted for Aver and the site is managed by Lee Baron.