Industrial space between Barking and Rainham has come to the market.
The East Plus portfolio includes five locations totalling 35ha along the A13, from Jenkins Lane in Barking to Ferry Lane in south Rainham.
Property consultancy Glenny is acting on behalf of SEGRO with the Greater London Authority.
At the 5.5-ha Jenkins Lane site, 4,180sq m of space has been let, while discussions are ongoing for the rest of the site, where up to 9,290sq m for warehouses can be provided.
Space is available for occupiers demonstrating “green credentials” at the London Sustainable Industries Park at Dagenham Dock. The development is expected to create up to 2,100 jobs.
JJ Foods’ 1,730sq m Dagenham warehouse at Unit 5, Orion Park, adjacent to its own facility, is also being marketed by Glenny.
In Barking, Clock House is now fully let, after recruitment consultancy Atom Services took the fourth floor office suite.
The City of London Corporation is about to buy Barking Power Station site in east London for around £125 million, according to Property Week.
A £25 million grant for Barking and Dagenham Council will help it support new housebuilding over the next four years.
Councillor Darren Rodwell, the leader of Barking and Dagenham Council, has welcomed the decision to approve the proposed Beam Park…