Titan Storage in Littlehampton, England, is offering up to two months of free storage to victims of the country’s recent flooding. The facility is in the Riverside Industrial Estate.
Littlehampton and surrounding areas have experienced flooding since early January due to heavy rains. On Monday, more than 1,000 homes in the Thames Valley and West Country were evacuated. The flooding will continue to impact residents and business owners for at least another week, according to the Environment Agency, a U.K. government organization that provides public information and materials about rivers, flooding and pollution. The agency issued flood and high-wind warnings on Monday for areas in England and Wales.
Littlehampton is a seaside resort town in West Sussex about 51 miles from London. It sits on the east bank at the mouth of the River Arun and has a population of more than 25,000 residents.
Titan Storage was launched in 2012 by Ducalian, a private-equity firm specializing in creating value through planning, developing and occupancy growth in the U.K. real estate market. In addition to its facility in Littlehampton, Titan operates stores in Bracknell, Braintree and Leamington Spa.
- Littlehampton Gazette: Littlehampton Business Offering Free Storage to Flood Victims
- Littlehampton Gazette: Rain and Winds to Bring More Misery
- Titan Storage: Website
- Wikipedia: Littlehampton, England