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Spec Build Programme

A diverse spec build programme of units up to 198,750 sq ft.

A significant strategic land portfolio

A land portfolio of 4,150 acres, capable of accommodating 40 million sq ft of logistics space.

Experienced Team

A team dedicated to providing best-in-class greener buildings and collaborative and entrepreneurial approach.

About us

An unrivalled blend of

Expertise and Agility

Tritax Symmetry was formed following the acquisition of an 87% stake in db symmetry by Tritax Big Box REIT in February 2019. The purchase price of £370m was part funded by a £250m placement of new shares. The senior management of db symmetry have retained a 13% stake in Tritax Symmetry.

db symmetry was originally formed in 2014 as a UK joint venture through the purchase of a 60% holding in Barwood Developments Limited (founded in 1996) by clients advised by Delancey; a specialist real estate investment, development and advisory company.

The company has a land portfolio comprising 4,150 acres, capable of accommodating over 40 million sq ft of B8 logistics space.

The portfolio is extremely well located, concentrated around the main motorway arteries of the UK and primarily around the ‘Golden Triangle’ of the M1 and M40 and the North West’s prime M6 and M62 corridors.

Tritax Symmetry has a diverse speculative development programme with buildings up to 198,750 sq ft. Built to an institutional specification, all our speculative developments can be fitted out to meet occupiers’ individual requirements.

Our experienced development team has been involved in some of the most dynamic and successful speculative and occupier led development schemes throughout the United Kingdom. With an existing portfolio of both ‘ready to go’ consented land and a significant strategic land portfolio, we have the expertise, the sites and the in-house funding to deliver high quality buildings for our customers.

£3 Billion

expected development value