We have advised European asset management and logistics solutions business Infinium Logistics on its acquisition of two new assets for its FleetHubs property investment platform – the world's first dedicated EV fleet charging real estate fund.
By investing in FleetHubs, a new sustainability-focused asset class combining commercial real estate and low carbon energy infrastructure, Infinium Logistics aims to create the next generation of parking and charging assets that provide both cost-effective and eco-friendly solutions for global fleets. The fund has already deployed over £70 million and has designated an additional £50 million for development, with an extensive pipeline in advanced discussion.
Our team advised Infinium on the acquisition of its new Heathrow and Surrey sites. With these transactions, Infinium Logistics takes another step forward in its path to support the world's transition to sustainable energy through large-scale EV charging infrastructure powered by renewable energy.
Led by real estate partners Chris Turley, Emma Tait and Alistair Watson, Infinium Logistics was supported by senior associates Marcus Diviney, Dan O'Brien and associates Iffy Tarafder, Victoria Smith and Anna-Mariya Angelinova in the Real Estate, Environment and Planning team and by senior associate Harriet Revington in the Tax and Incentives team.