The last available warehouse unit at Didcot Quarter, Oxfordshire has been sold for £26.5 million.

The buyer is Allmakes PR2 4X4 Ltd, a wholesaler of parts and accessories for Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles.

The warehouse, DQ190, sold by Savills Investment Management, provides 190,714 sq ft of space, which the buyer will fully occupy.

Oxford Mail: The unit at Didcot QuarterThe unit at Didcot Quarter (Image: Savills)

Toby Green, head of industrial & logistics for London and the South East at Savills, said: "Situated in a prime strategic location with excellent access to the A34, Didcot Quarter provides premium, highly sustainable warehouse accommodation making it ideal for all of the businesses operating from the scheme.

"It is testament to its strong ESG credentials and unique design that we were able to complete the final deal, meaning Didcot Quarter is now fully occupied."

Lucy Winterburn, director of investment at Savills Investment Management, said: "We are delighted to have secured an occupier for DQ190 with the help of our joint agents, CBRE and Savills.

"Following the original acquisition in 2011, we have successfully navigated an extensive planning, design, and procurement process, including the agreement of a part land sale, to speculatively develop out Didcot Quarter and deliver two BREEAM Excellent distribution warehouses totalling c. 310,000 sq ft."

The sale follows a 10-year lease agreement between sellers Savills Investment Management and Simon Hegele, a provider of customised logistics solutions, for DQ120, and an acquisition by CloudHQ of 39 acres of land for a large data centre campus.