UKWA teams up with CBRE for national logistics occupier survey

The UK Warehousing Association has teamed up with CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, to undertake a comprehensive survey of Logistics and Warehouse Occupiers in the UK.

This timely survey will, for the first time, provide insight into key attitudes, trends and the future expectations of companies occupying logistics warehouses. UKWA members, amongst others in the industry, will have opportunity to express their views on the property market for logistics space, ultimately assisting UKWA in raising awareness among planners, investors and developers of the industry’s requirements for the next generation of buildings.

Commenting on the survey, UKWA CEO Peter Ward said, “Once again the association is proud to give members a voice in shaping the warehouses of the future. The results of this important survey will be published in the New Year and participating members will receive access to a full report of the findings, delivering direct insight into the opportunities that are driving our industry.”

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Tagged with: logistics and warehouse occupiers, warehouse property market, warehouses of the future, warehousing

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