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​More​​​ than t​he last ​mile

how smarter logistics can help shape
tomorrow’s cities

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Over recent years there’s been increasing interest in city or urban logistics among developers and investors. It’s a subject which has also risen up city, national and European policy agendas. This mutual interest has been spurred by the growth of e-commerce and online retail and the burgeoning demand for last-mile fulfilment facilities being generated. Our new report, More than the last mile, seeks to give you greater insight into logistics property markets by linking them to what’s happening more widely in supply chains.

 
 
 
 

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Key Take - Aways

Volatility



There’s a need to find new models of city logistics that are not just more sustainable and efficient but also minimise adverse environmental and social impacts.

Agility



Logistical considerations should be at the forefront of city land use planning and building design.


Optimisation



The varying interests of the different stakeholders in city logistics need to be addressed in order to identify new approaches that satisfy all of them.

Smart growth



Logistics in cities presents significant opportunities for real estate developers and investors due to strong demand and supply dynamics.

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Guy Gueirard

Guy Gueirard

Head of EMEA Industrial
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Jon Sleeman

Jon Sleeman

Head of EMEA Industrial and
Logistics Research

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Alexandra Tornow

Alexandra Tornow

EMEA Indust​rial and
Logistics Research

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Ryan Loftus

Ryan Loftus

EMEA Industrial and
Logistics Research

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