Windsor’s Planning and Zoning Commission has given Indus Realty tentative approval for a 248,000-square-foot distribution center on 59.6 acres near Bradley International Airport. Indus submitted its application in April, shortly before Windsor officials adopted stricter controls over warehouse and logistics permitting in the form of a special permit review. Indus Executive Vice President Tim Lescalleet said the development is the last available in Indus’ “New England Trade Port.” The other sites are all occupied and Indus prefers to have the next site permitted and ready to build on demand, Lescalleet said. Having a permit in place can save four to six months, he said. Lescalleet said Indus hasn’t yet decided if it will wait for a client or build on speculation. It has hired CBRE to market the site. “Part of the reason for doing this is there is a lot of demand for industrial space in the area, particularly for users of this building size,” Lescalleet said.