An investor obtains two “irrevocable” permits for two megaprojects in Wallonia

An investor obtains two “irrevocable” permits for two megaprojects in Wallonia
An investor obtains two “irrevocable” permits for two megaprojects in Wallonia

Heylen Warehouses, investor and developer of logistics and semi-industrial real estate, has obtained irrevocable permits for two projects located in locations in Wallonia, namely Péruwelz-Beloeil and Houdeng (La Louvière), it announced in a press release on Tuesday .

The Heylen Warehouses campus in Péruwelz-Beloeil will offer approximately 110,000 m2 of warehousing space, subdivided into interconnectable units ranging from 8,900 m2 to 13,000 m2, offering maximum flexibility. The campus concept is designed to accommodate various types of businesses.

“This investment represents a unique opportunity for the region in terms of local job creation. It is estimated that a minimum of 300 jobs will be created thanks to this project. This also puts “Wallonia Picardy” on the European logistics map by highlighting the region’s assets,” underlines Vincent Palermo, mayor of Péruwelz and vice-president of the IDETA intermunicipal association, in a press release.

The “Houdeng Logistics 21” project is located at the heart of the Garocentre multimodal logistics platform. It includes approximately 24,000 m2 of warehouse space (as well as 4,600 m2 of mezzanine and 1,200 m2 of offices). An extension of 10,000m2 of additional storage space is possible. The project could create around 170 jobs.

Read also
My property: what are the criteria for finding a reliable real estate agent?

-

-

PREV Revenge attack triggered by cattle rustling kills 17 in northern South Sudan
NEXT EuropaCorp: To be continued today