Exeter is a famous town located in South Devon, England. It has been a popular tourist spot for many years and is well known for the excellent quality of local living, particularly in the seaside and fishing communities. This large town provides plenty of opportunities for commercial property developers to create a new and exciting area in the heart of Exeter. In recent years, plans have been submitted for a mega distribution centre at Exeter Logistics Park. This new complex will provide a huge amount of office space for companies that need to expand and contract out their businesses.
This huge plan is not just about generating new jobs, but also improving the local economy through new infrastructure and tax revenues. Exeter’s regeneration deals are primarily being developed by a property developer from Stoford who has many years experience developing retail and industrial premises in both Exeter and nearby towns and cities.
This new development will create a large number of jobs, both directly and indirectly. Exeter has traditionally been a good town for business, attracting a wide range of small businesses and professional services, which in turn have provided substantial annual revenue. However, growth and development need to continue to support this revenue stream. The new centre will provide a great deal of business space, which will attract more companies to start up or expand their existing businesses. The new centre will provide space for a large number of call centres, which will allow companies to expand and contract out work. This type of warehousing is very popular, particularly in Europe where it is often referred to as ‘off-shoring’.
The type of warehousing facility that is required is important, and the plans need to consider how much space is needed and whether it is suitable for all the businesses that will be based there. It is also necessary to take into consideration the particular requirements of the businesses that will be using the building. For example, it may be necessary to install additional security measures to ensure that workers are able to work without causing problems for the public. Security needs will vary according to the business.
The amount of space that is submitted will affect how the warehouse is built. This may include whether it is a walk in a warehouse or an onsite converted car parking facility. Factors such as the need for manpower and space, traffic patterns and local amenities must be taken into account. If the company needs to rely on local utilities then this will need to be carefully considered before the plans are submitted for planning permission.
Once the plans have been submitted to the local council for planning permission then the rest of the planning process can begin. Once the plans are approved, they will need to be executed in order to ensure that all of the business’s requirements are met.