May 5, 2014

Dictionary

Available Space: The total amount of space that is currently being marketed as available for lease or for user/investment sale at a point in time. It includes space that is available, regardless of whether the space is vacant, occupied, available for sublease, or available at a future date. Available Space excludes shadow space . If sub-tenant spaceis excluded from the calculation, the term Direct Available Space is recommended.

Facility: a building used for a particular purpose

Industrial estate: an area of land where industrial companies have their buildings

Industrial park I: an area of land where industrial companies have their buildings

Industrial park II: An area designed and zoned for manufacturing and associated businesses and activities.

Industrial sector: the part of the country’s economic activity that involves industry

Infrastructure: a set of systems within a place or organisation that affect how well it operates, e.g., the telephone and transport systems in a country or the system of train tracks that a railway uses

Investment: the act of investing money in something

Investor: a person or organization that invests money, i.e., uses money with the aim of making a profit from it, for example by buying property or buying shares in a company

Licensed: having an official document that gives someone permission to do or use something

Limited: not much or enough; not very great in amount or extent

Location: where someone or something is

Truck Terminal: A specialized distribution building for redistributing goods from one truck to another as an intermediate transfer point. These facilities are primarily used for staging loads (rather than long-term storage) and possess very little if any storage area. Typical characteristics are shown in the matrix.