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Triton lands more Chancerygate sheds

Chancerygate's Broadway Central in Oldham

Chancerygate Broadway Centre in Oldham

Oldham’s assignment is Triton’s fourth contract in the region for Chancerygate, completing the second phase at the Liverpool Merseyridge logistics base after. Ongoing projects at Congleton and Knutsford bring Triton’s total contract value over the past 12 months to more than £25 million.

The Broadway Centre is located on Lydia Becker Road, Oldham, near the junction of M60 21 and M62 20. It is a speculative scheme of eight units comprising seven properties spanning two terraces. These range in size from 7,600 square feet to 18,200 square feet, with a single unit measuring 27,000 square feet.

Triton has been contracted to provide a complete turnkey solution for the scheme, including foundation works to prepare the site and complete design and construction to integrate office and courtyard spaces. It also provides exterior works including landscaping, parking, lighting and drainage.

Environmental features include solar photovoltaic panels on all units, low air permeability design, high performance insulating cladding and roofing materials, warehouse roof lights to increase natural light, secure bike parking and electric Car charging point. The programme is expected to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ when completed in summer 2023.

Triton is also currently delivering on site plans for a £7m Norwegian trade park 10 industrial units at Chancerygate, Congleton, due for completion in November 2022. Another plan for nine industrial units at Novus Phase 2 in Knutsford, to be handed over by Triton in December 2022, will be handed over to Chancerygate.

Chancerygate Development Manager Andy Farrer said: “We are delighted that the Broadway Center is under construction and Triton Construction is our Named Contractor. This is the fourth development Triton Construction has built for Chancerygate North West and is a testament to the team’s ability and commitment to deliver a Class A industrial unit.”

Paul Clarkson, Managing Director of Triton Construction, said: “We are delighted to have signed our fourth contract with Chancerygate to provide exceptional logistics space as one of the UK’s most active developers of logistics space. Since our first venture in Mersey Reach, we have has demonstrated our ability to provide fast-track, turnkey solutions, keeping pace with the rapidly growing demand and delivery commitment for high-quality logistics space.”

“Our Northwest Our reach is rapidly expanding and through this project, coupled with our other successful achievements such as the refurbishment of Liverpool’s iconic Royal Liver Building and Manchester’s new Big Yellow self-storage building, we are making great strides towards realizing our planned growth potential .”

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