Royal London completes Major Merseyside Industrial letting

Posted on 15 February, 2015 by Chris Grigorovsky

One of the UK’s leading investment companies, Royal London Asset Management (RLAM), has let three industrial units in the largest leasehold deal in Merseyside in the last twelve months.


The adjoining 210,000 sq ft Atlantic Park units have been let to Mersey Docks and Harbour Company (MDHB) on a five year lease. RLAM was represented by Savills.

Atlantic Park is situated on Dunningsbridge Road, two miles from the port of Liverpool and is the first major edge of town mixed-use development in the North of the city.

Industrial director at Savills, Jonathan Atherton, said: “MDHB was one of a number of occupiers looking at these units at Atlantic Park, which is the closest development site to the port.

“This letting will further facilitate the port’s expansion and reinforces the importance and influence the SuperPort will have on the region.

“We are confident of securing tenants for the remaining 90,000 sq ft of existing space and development in due course”.

Story: Chris Grigorovsky

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