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The Premier Industrial/Logistics location for West London

G-Park London Park Royal is designed to support the logistics facilities that large scale corporate occupiers require.

GLP is aligned with customers in making their buildings to be attractive work space for staffs well being, incorporate the latest and best ESG credentials, and achieve the highest BREEAM ratings (Excellent).

G-Park London Park Royal will be a Net Zero Carbon construction and will provide a best in class urban logistics facility in a prime location. Park Royal is a well-established last mile logistics location and this unit offers an opportunity of scale in this location.

This unit benefits from access to a strong labour pool and arterial road network whilst maintaining an inner London location.

Prestigious Industrial Location

G-Park London Park Royal is accessed via Acton Lane, one of the arterial roads within Park Royal. Park Royal is an established industrial location ideally situated to serve Central London to the East and the M40 and wider motorway networks to the West. Harlesden London Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is within walking distance as is Willesden Junction British Rail Station.

Park Royal is the most important industrial area in Inner London, with a concentration of manufacturing and distribution functions located in both new and older industrial stock. The shortage of larger units in the Park Royal area has led to a lack of opportunities for larger employer logistic occupiers seeking to expand in this location. GLP providing a unit of scale, sustainability and functionality should help to reduce shortage of supply.

G-Park London Park Royal stats, including unemployment rate, wage rates for skilled operatives and workforce employed in the logistics sector.

Excellent Labour Links

Park Royal is the largest industrial business park in London, occupying approximately 500 hectares, and is home to over 1,200 businesses, employing over 35,000 workers. Its strategic location, close to Central London and its road and rail links, including access to the A40 Western Avenue and A406 North Circular roads, make it an important site in London’s logistics network.

It has excellent transport links providing logistics operators with a last mile depot destination, fulfilling urban logistic distribution functions inside the ULEZ and supporting the London economy in terms of access to the business and population structure.

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