London, 08 January 2019 – Gazeley, a leading investor and developer of logistics warehouses and distribution parks, announced today that it has promoted Graeme Munro to Head of Construction for Europe.


Graeme, who prior to his promotion was UK Construtction Director, is suceeding the role previously held by Oscar Heras as he focuses on the re-entry into the Spanish market. Graeme will be responsible for driving best practice in construction and innovation across the growing European business.

Since joining Gazeley in 2017, Graeme has been a crucial member of the UK team, presiding over 300,000 SQ M of projects in one of Gazeley’s most successful periods for development. Prior to his role at Gazeley, Graeme spent 15 years at Lidl latterly as Head of Warehouse Construction.

Nick Cook, Chief Executive at Gazeley, said: “Since joining Gazeley, Graeme has played a critical role in a hugely successful time for the UK team and he will bring his meticulous approach and deep knowledge of the industry to the new role. We would like to congratulate Graeme and look forward to him bringing a culture of excellence to the rest of our European teams.”


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About Gazeley

Gazeley is a leading developer, investor and manager of European logistics warehouses and distribution parks with a 17 million square foot portfolio concentrated in the strategic logistics markets of the UK, Germany, France, Spain and the Netherlands. In addition to its operating portfolio, which is 96% leased to blue chip customers such as Amazon, UPS and Volkswagen, Gazeley has a prime land bank which allows for the development of an additional 16 million square feet. Gazeley is GLP’s Europe platform.


About GLP

GLP is the leading global provider of modern logistics facilities and technology-led solutions, with approximately US$60 billion in assets under management across its real estate and private equity segments. The Company’s real estate fund platform is one of the largest in the world, spanning 67 million square meters (720 million square feet).


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