A property investment company has bought 5.15 acres of commercial land in Bracknell dedicated to sustainable facilities to include EV-charging point.

Kier Property acquired the industrial and logistics site on Longshot Lane, Bracknell, from Reliance Worldwide Corporation, located in the heart of the commercial district.

This will target sustainable infrastructure development (BREEAM) excellence and incorporate EV charging points, LED lighting and cycle storage facilities.

Under the Logistics City brand, a grade A logistics unit will be built totalling 100,000 sq ft, including a first-floor office.

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Leigh Thomas, Kier Property’s managing director commented: “We are excited to have secured this opportunity to develop in a prime industrial area within Thames Valley, which has an acute shortage of new sustainable industrial units.  This acquisition demonstrates our continued ongoing commitment to the sector.

“Bracknell’s excellent transport links, strong economy and active workforce create a thriving business community and an ideal business location for servicing the Thames Valley and wider region.

“Our Logistics City brand comprises sustainable and high specification accommodation that will complement the local and regional economy and stimulate further investment and job creation”.