has sold the final units at its 153,700 ft² Apollo Park industrial scheme in Yate just over a year after construction completed. The sale marks a successful outcome for the scheme which was one of Bristol’s first speculative developments in almost a decade. Units 1-5, which total 20,988 ft² have been sold to a private investor.
Phase 1 of the development combined a 21,300 ft² HQ warehouse which was pre-let to local occupier Saddleback
plus 61,000 ft² of speculative units. Phase 2 consists of a pre-sold, bespoke 55,500 ft² warehouse and office facility for national timber panel import and distribution business James Latham plc
Chancerygate Development Director, Alastair King, comments: “The scheme is a prime example of Chancerygate’s entrepreneurial nature, its willingness to take the risk and its vision to speculatively build in regional markets. It also demonstrates our ability to listen to and work with our end-users to accommodate their requirements whilst providing added value and overcome challenging planning restrictions”.
and Colliers International
advised Chancerygate on the project. The buyer of the remaining units was advised by Rae Elson.