Multi-disciplinary property firm Pigeon has announced the sale of the freehold ground lease of a Gridserve electric forecourt.

The Broadland Gate site in Norwich, which has 36 charging bays including 22 ultra-rapid chargers, an airport-style lounge with M&S Food, Costa Coffee, WH Smith and the Post Office, alongside rentable meeting room pods, was acquired by Birmingham-based Weslyan.

Developed as a joint venture between Pigeon and Ifield Estates in 2022, the net zero carbon scheme has an EPC rating of A+.

Hugh French, development director of Pigeon, said: “Completion of this sale is a huge achievement for the Broadland Gate team. This was a unique opportunity, and the first of its kind to come to the market.

“The Broadland Gate development has grown rapidly over the last five years and has attracted some excellent occupiers.”

Colliers acted on behalf of Pigeon for the sale.

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