Savills | Crossways, 239, Crossways Commercial Way, DA2 6QS | Properties to rent
238,800 sq ft(22,185.24 sq m)
Price on application

Crossways, 239, Crossways Commercial WayDA2 6QS


    Key features

    • 18m clear internal height
    • 55m yard depth
    • 50 kN/m² floor loading
    • 2.5 MVA (with increased supply possible)
    • 20 loading dock doors
    • 4 level access doors
    • 238 car parking spaces (including 12 accessible and 5 car sharing)

    Crossways 239 will deliver 238,800 sq ft of high quality distribution warehouse space, developed to a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ specification.

    About this property

    • Description
      Benefiting from a prime location adjacent to Junction 1a of the M25, Crossways Commercial Park will deliver 26.8 acres
      of market-leading distribution and logistics space, offering customers fast access into Central London and the national
      motorway network.

    Local information

    • Crossways Commercial Park is located three miles north east of Dartford Town Centre and forms part of a well-established employment park spanning 300 acres. Accessed via Clipper and Galleon Boulevard, the site is adjacent to the A206 – a main arterial route – while Junction 1a of the M25 (Dartford Crossing) is a mile from the Park.
    • Ideally placed to serve London and the South East, the area is home to some of the largest companies within the transportation and logistics sector2. Local occupiers include John Lewis, Kuehne+Nagel, ASDA, Sainsbury’s, Europa, DHL and Yodel, all benefiting from the location’s excellent transport links.
    • + Central London can be accessed via the A2, A20 and A13, with the M25 providing fast links to the national motorway network.
    • + Ebbsfleet International provides regular services to London St Pancras (17 mins) on the high speed line.
    • + The Channel Tunnel, Port of Dover and London Thamesport are all within easy reach via the M25, M2 and M20, while the A12 provides access to Harwich and Felixstowe.
    • + The proposed Lower Thames Crossing (target opening 2027) will create a new link between the A2 and the M25, providing more than 90% additional road capacity across the Thames east of London3.