Industrial Warehouses

Portfolio of energy-efficient industrial warehouses with ties to the local community

Engagement with local schools

InfraRed has a longstanding history of supporting the communities in which our assets operate, particularly in relation to engagement with local schools. Community engagement is important for InfraRed’s North West Industrial Warehouse Portfolio, which comprises approximately 2.6 million sq ft of industrial warehouse space across 34 locations in the North East and North West of the UK.

As part of the redevelopment of a 14-acre industrial site, InfraRed and our operating partner engaged with students from Harrop Fold Secondary School in Little Hulton to choose a new name for the site. Raven Locks was chosen as the worthy winner, influenced by the road name and historic network of underground canals that border the site. For their creativity and hard work, the winning students were awarded Amazon vouchers and a donation was also made to the Harrop Fold student council to contribute to IT upgrades. A representative from the development team also participated in the school’s 2019 World of Work careers day, where they presented to 150 students aged between 12 and 13 on job opportunities in the property industry. Students also had the opportunity to have a virtual experience of working in construction through the use of educational machine simulators.

2.6m sq ft

industrial space*

34 assets

located across UK


Developing energy efficient buildings

As part of the InfraRed’s ongoing commitment to sustainability, all industrial development sites have been designed with sustainability at the forefront of the process, with BREEAM “Very Good” or BREEAM “Excellent” qualifications being targeted. BREEAM is the World’s leading environmental rating and sustainability assessment tool for buildings, and the BREEAM assessment focuses on sustainable value and efficiency throughout a number of lifecycle stages, including new construction, refurbishment and in-use. An example of this, our developments are designed to enable electric vehicle cabling and charging points to be easily installed in the future to support the take-up of electric vehicle fleets by logistics tenants.




* This includes development sites which are currently being constructed