25 Jan 2021

Graftongate unveils new brand

Leading property developer, Graftongate has announced a brand refresh.

The wholly owner-managed commercial real estate investor and developer, has invested in a new and modern take on its original branding, with a bold and striking design.

The project includes a stylish new corporate website, with updated content and simple navigation, making it much easier for users to find what they are looking for.

Graftongate has also relaunched its social media channels, providing engaging new ways to communicate with a wide ranging audience, including occupiers, agents, landowners and institutional funding partners.

The branding project comes as Graftongate embarks on the latest exciting chapter of its history, which has seen the company deliver more than £1 billion of end value since inception.

Phil Silk, managing director, Graftongate, said: “Our business is highly innovative and continually evolving and we needed a brand identity that reflected our ambitions. This process has enabled us to elevate our brand and bring it up to date in all senses. We now have a modern and forward looking platform to emphasise key messages and present our business and projects in the best possible light.

“We are also committed to growing our business through alternative channels, such as social media, so we can engage with a larger audience within the real estate sector. It will give us the means to better showcase the contribution we are making in delivering sustainable futures through industry-leading industrial and logistics developments.”

Graftongate is a tight knit team with over 150 years’ experience in every aspect of development, asset management, procurement, planning, and land promotion.

The developer has built more than 7 million sq ft of best in class industrial and logistics facilities on a speculative and pre-let basis, and developed a reputation for delivering workplaces and specifications that have a positive impact on the wider natural and built environment.

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