: CorScale Plans to File FOr Permission To Develop a 140MW Facility in Iver, Buckinhamshire

Nov 30, 2022 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

New data center company CorScale is looking to develop its first international data center in the UK. According to the Senior Vice President of CorScale, the company is a few days away from filing for planning permission to develop the facility in Iver, outside London. CorScale noted that the data center would be a hyperscale facility. The 140MW data center will comprise two four-level buildings, and it will be located in Iver, Buckinghamshire. 

The land location planned for the data center is Court Lane, a 14-acre industrial estate. It is currently occupied by vehicle storage buildings, office buildings, and scrap metal recycling buildings. A Grade II listed building is also present on the site. The building is currently being used as a multi-tenant office building.

CorScale was founded by Patrinely Group and is backed by USAA Real Estate. The company is on the verge of completing its first data center campus, which it is developing in Prince William County, Northern Virginia. The campus’ first phase will deliver 72MW of capacity, and it is expected to come online in Q4 2022. 

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