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MCS Group and Chancerygate link up again to deliver industrial development

Chancerygate has appointed construction contractor MCS Group to deliver a multi-million-pound speculative development of 10 warehouse units and trade counters in Buckinghamshire. Demolition of existing buildings on the brownfield site in High Wycombe has been completed and construction has recently begun.

Called 40:40 Link, the development comprises three steel framed buildings which will be sub-divided to create 10 units totalling around 91,200 sq ft and ranging in size from 4,112 sq ft to 30,193 sq ft. The project is expected to reach practical completion in early 2020. Accessed from Mill End Road and Chapel Lane, two miles west of High Wycombe town centre, the units will be available freehold or leasehold.

“With the demolition of the existing buildings on the site now complete, we are looking forward to starting construction shortly and reaching practical completion in Q1 next year,” Keir Edmonds, managing director of the Midlands-based main contractor, said.

MCS Group and Chancerygate link up again to deliver industrial development.
“We have already received significant interest in and around High Wycombe and now construction has begun we look forward to further enquiries. We often secure pre-lets and sales on developments such as 40:40 Link, because we offer occupiers high-quality accommodation in a excellent and underserved locations,” Matthew Storr, project manager at Chancerygate, said.

The scheme will ensure a decrease in CO2 emissions over 2010 Buildings Regulations. The green initiatives include electric car charging points, low air permeability design, 15% warehouse roof lights which increases natural lighting, high performance insulated cladding and roof materials, secure cycle parking and photovoltaic cells. 40:40 Link benefits from excellent communications, being close to the M40 motorway, linking to the M25 and Heathrow Airport 20 miles away.
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