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Our buildings are located on Prologis Parks, which we own, manage and maintain. At every Prologis Park, we aim to provide our customers with a high quality working environment and park-wide services designed to support their business operations.
Prologis Park Pineham is a successful distribution location next to the M1 at Northampton. The first phase of the development is now complete and infrastructure work has started on phase two, which has planning permission for a further 1.1 million sq ft of Grade A logistics accommodation. Existing occupiers include Sainsbury’s, BMW Group UK and Dalepak Ltd.
Prologis Park Stafford is a well-established park located within 1 mile of JN14 of the M6 motorway, providing access to the UK's motorway network and connecting you to many of the UK's major urban cities within a 4.5 hour drive time.
Prologis RFI DIRFT is recognised as the most successful rail freight interchange and logistics park in the UK. Located at the centre of the country, DIRFT is close to the West Coast Mainline railway and the M1 motorway. The first phase of Infrastructure work is complete providing roads and servicing for the next phase of DIRFT. The site benefits from planning permission under a Development Consent Order enabling development of a further 7.82 million sq ft of logistics space and a new rail freight interchange.
At Prologis, we aim to create a high quality working environment for all our customers. Our buildings are on Prologis Parks, which we own, manage and maintain, so when customers move to one of our buildings, they can benefit from a range of park-wide services that we have designed to support their business operations.
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Green travel plan
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All new Prologis warehouses are designed and constructed to minimise operational carbon emissions. Buildings with reduced operational carbon emissions require less energy to operate and help customers to save running costs.
To reduce operational carbon emissions, the first step is to implement passive design measures to reduce the need for energy. These include high levels of air-tightness and insulation to reduce potential heat loss. Our cladding specification and detailing provides insulation that is well in excess of Building Regulations, while pressure tests show that we can achieve air-tightness levels up to 80% better than the statutory requirement.
Rooflights on 15% of the warehouse roof area maximise the use of daylight, while optimal orientation takes into account the path of the sun and the prevailing winds. Where possible, offices are designed on a narrow floorplate with dual aspect glazing to take advantage of natural daylight and allow for effective passive ventilation. We also provide solar shading to ensure thermal comfort and avoid solar gain.
When energy use becomes essential, we specify and install the most energy efficient plant available, such as intelligent lighting with low-energy fluorescent fittings, daylight linking and presence-detecting controls. High-efficiency, low-NOX boilers with thermostatically controlled radiators heat the offices and different parts of the building are sub-metered to help customers track and manage their energy consumption.
Once the operational energy use in the building has been minimised, we can design and install low-or zero-carbon technologies to meet the customer’s specific operational needs and, as a result, further reduce operational carbon emissions.