Expansion to Stockley Park will create 270,000 square feet of office space

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.

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