Buncefield shed victim becomes first to move back

March 2007
EG: Estates Gazette;3/24/2007, Issue 712, p40
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The article reports on the return of Keystone Distribution UK to the Maylands industrial estate in Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire, England. It says that Keystone is the first company to move back into the estate following the Buncefield oil depot explosion. It says that Keystone has taken a 20-year prelet on 245,000 square feet DC1 warehouse owned by ProLogis at a rent of £7.70 per square feet.


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