With over 30 years’ hard-earned experience in the industrial and logistics sector, we’re considered to be industry leaders. We design and deliver everything from single units to large multi-modal developments and have forged a considerable reputation for our research and development work in this area. We’ve been exploring new ideas around multi-storey warehouses and urban logistics in our ‘Warehouse of the Future’ research programme.

Chetwoods were invited by Property Week to submit our ideas for a ‘Shed of the Future’ Competition which provided us with the perfect opportunity to share some of our innovative concepts and ideas.

Our concept ‘Epicentre’ looks far beyond the traditional, individual unit and creates a self-sustaining and self-supporting community with a range of uses. Flexible logistics units, transport connections, healthcare, sports and fitness, modern homes, education, green infrastructure, allotments, food growth, power generation, everything required to create a sustainable and successful community.

Logistics is the heart of this community – along with data it is the connection to a global community. We have taken the position that this is a logistics town, and have provided beyond the 500,000 sqft to identify the possibilities of a multiple tenanted larger community.

Epicentre is our proposed solution to the future issues we will face in the logistics industry. It is a force for good, bettering its environment. It is a model that could be replicated to form a network across the land, decentralising the UK.  Our full proposal can be found here Chetwoods_Epicentre 

To show your support –  Head over to Property Weeks Instagram page and vote for our proposal!

Images created by Moka Studio 

 

Our concept ‘Epicentre’ looks far beyond the traditional, individual unit and creates a self-sustaining and self-supporting community with a range of uses.