An extension to Stockley business park near Heathrow has been approved by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
The plans include 270,000 square feet of office space and a 450-room hotel. Jones Lang LaSalle are acting as advisers for the project.
John Harcourt, Stockley Park director, said: “This is an exciting milestone in the park’s development. We will now be advancing discussions with occupiers to whom we can offer a combination of extensive adjacent amenities, a hotel and good rail access to central London”.
Guy Parkes, head of the Western Corridor Region at Jones Lang LaSalle said: “This is tremendous news for Heathrow and given the amount of corporate activity at Stockley Park, it’s good to see a commitment to commercial offices”.
He continued: “The third phase of Stockley Park will define the next generation of workspace, aligned to more flexible and integrated working practices”.
Tenants within the park include Regus, Marks & Spencer, Samsonite and Adobe.
The park was purpose built to provide quality working environments for surrounding firms.