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More than a business park

Mixed use development, 3.5 million sq ft set in 400 acres

HATFIELD BUSINESS PARK HAS LONG BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH INNOVATION

Hatfield Business Park is a thriving mixed use development set within a carefully landscaped environment. The park sits on 400 acres of the former Hatfield Aerodrome. The park now hosts 3.5 million sq ft of business space creating 13,000 jobs.

Elsewhere on the park there are over 2,000 homes, 18 retail units, Europe's largest Health and Racquets club, a police station and a University campus.

With a 25 minute rail link to central London and the A1(M) link to the M25 close by, Hatfield Business Park offers an unrivalled mix of amenity and accessibility.

One of the UK’s most established and successful mixed-use business parks

which is ideal for major logistics operations

“Modern businesses demand the best connections and Hatfield Business Park is ideally located.”

Situated just off the A1(M), the park boasts excellent road, rail and air links. This has also helped to integrate the park with Hatfield, creating a vibrant extension to the town. Major investment in the on-site transport infrastructure has further strengthened local links and made it easier for commuters and leisure visitors to come and go.

The park is well connected with its proximity to the A1(M), M25, M1, M11, M40 and central London. Its infrastructure has been specially designed to allow a smooth flow of high volume vehicles. It also offers large, state-of-the-art space with 24hr use and access.

By Road

  • Located between junctions 3 and 4 of the A1(M)
  • Situated just over 5 miles from the M25 bringing the national motorway network within easy reach
  • London can be reached in under an hour and Birmingham in just 2 hours
Road Distance
Luton Airport 21 miles
Heathrow Airport 32 miles
Stansted Airport 29 miles
Cambridge 39 miles
Milton Keynes 41 miles
Central London 23 miles
Northampton 53 miles
Birmingham 104 miles

By Rail

Direct links to London’s Kings Cross in just 26 minutes

Hatfield mainline station offers impressive links to London and Europe

Only 2 hours 15 minutes on the high speed Eurostar from London to Paris

Rail Time
King's Cross 26 mins
King’s Cross/St Pancras to Paris 2 hr 15 mins
Heathrow 1 hr 42 mins
Newcastle 3 hr 48 mins
Edinburgh 5 hr 23 mins
Glasgow 6 hr 13 mins

By Bus

The park is served by eight local bus routes

The main Uno bus route runs between the park and Hatfield Railway Station every ten minutes at peak times

Arriva buses also run a service from Hatfield Railway Station to the close-by Galleria Shopping Centre every 15 minutes during the day

By Air

The International Airports of Heathrow, Stansted and Luton are all within an hours drive.

By Road

  • Located between junctions 3 and 4 of the A1(M)
  • Situated just over 5 miles from the M25 bringing the national motorway network within easy reach
  • London can be reached in under an hour and Birmingham in just 2 hours
Road Distance
M5 (Junction 16) 1.6 miles
M5 (Junction17) 2.4 miles
Bristol Parkway Stn. 3.2 miles
Bristol City Centre 11.1 miles
Bristol Temple Meads Stn. 11.4 miles
Bristol Airport 19.2 miles
Bath 23.3 miles
Cardiff 37.6 miles
Birmingham 85.3 miles
London 118 miles

By Rail

Direct links to London’s Kings Cross in just 26 minutes

Hatfield mainline station offers impressive links to London Europe

Only 2 hours 15 minutes on the high speed Eurostar link to Paris

Rail Time
King's Cross 26 mins
King’s Cross/St Pancras to Paris 2 hr 15 mins
Heathrow 1 hr 42 mins
Newcastle 3 hr 48 mins
Edinburgh 5 hr 23 mins
Glasgow 6 hr 13 mins

By Bus

The park is served by eight local bus routes

The main Uno bus route runs between the park and Hatfield Railway Station every ten minutes at peak times

Arriva buses also run a service from Hatfield Railway Station to the close-by Galleria Shopping Centre every 15 minutes during the day

By Air

The International Airports of Heathrow, Stansted and Luton are all within an hours drive.

8 acres of land with planning permission for office, industrial, hotel and sui generis use

OUTSTANDING DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

With 90% of the Park already completed, this is a rare opportunity to join an established and thriving community where business, residential, leisure and educational space integrates seamlessly. The success of the Park is underlined by the diversity and calibre of occupiers it has already attracted.

The scale of the space on offer makes it ideally suited to a range of purposes, with particularly impressive options for specialist accommodation and laboratories required by R&D businesses. On-site facilities make the Park an excellent venue for national and international conferences and the secure, well-managed environment offer both a pleasant place to work and the ideal setting for confidential research activities.

Additionally, great attention has been paid to environmental impact, creating the ability to deliver the latest in green design to accommodate all your aspirations for sustainability.

Area Size Availability
5000 5.75 acres Available
5610 2.34 acres Available
  1. A1(M)
  2. A1001
  1. David Lloyd Club
  2. Amenity Centre
  3. Travelodge & Bus Interchange
  4. Odeon Cinema
  5. The Galleria Shopping Centre
  6. Conference Centre
  1. DHL
  2. Royal Mail
  3. Bay Trading
  4. Booker
  5. Ocado
  6. Computacenter
  7. io Centre
  8. DHL
  9. Affinity Water
  10. Eisai
  11. T-Mobile
  12. Porsche
  1. Residential
  2. Primary School
A1(M) A1001 David Lloyd Club Amenity Centre Travelodge & Bus Interchange Odeon Cinema The Galleria Shopping Centre Conference Centre DHL Royal Mail Bay Trading Booker Ocado Computacenter io Center DHL Affinity Water Eisai T-Mobile Porshe Residential Primary School Land Land

Europe’s largest health and racquets facility

UNIQUE COMMUNITY ATMOSPHERE

“The extensive amenities provided both in and around the park make this an enviable location.”

Hatfield Business Park is the former site of the renowned Hatfield Aerodrome, which was home to de Havilland, Hawker Siddley and later British Aerospace (BAE). These companies were responsible for many aviation breakthroughs, including the Comet, the world's first commercial jetliner, halving travel times from London to New York. The Business Park is now home to an impressive array of businesses and the bustling University of Hertfordshire. It has grown into one of the UK's most established and successful mixed-use business arenas.

Sports & Leisure


  • Odeon Cinema
  • David Lloyd Racquet & Fitness Centre
  • University Sports Village, offering gym, climbing, swimming, classes, racquets, all weather pitches and more

Eating & Drinking


  • Tesco superstore
  • District Centre, including Domino's Pizza, Subway, Mooboo and more
  • The Galleria, including Pizza Express, Prezzo, Nando's, Bella Italia, Chiquito, Frankie & Benny's, Harvester, Costa, Caffé Nero and more

Accommodation


  • Beales Hotel
  • Travelodge
  • Premier Inn

Retail


  • The Galleria, including Marks & Spencer, Gap, TK Maxx, French Connection, Clarks, JD, Nike, H Samuel, Superdrug, The Body Shop, Sports Direct, Carphone Warehouse, Waterstones and more
  • Tesco
  • Aldi

The Park

The abundance of amenities provided both in and around the Park make this an enviable location. Whether it's a delicious bite to eat, an invigorating morning workout, or simply a supermarket shop; day to day life is made as easy as possible at Hatfield Business Park.

Connections

Hatfield Business Park is well sited for access to the national motorway network and London. Direct rail links to King's Cross makes Europe closer than ever by train, although several major airports are also easily accessible - the choice is yours. Closer to home, plentiful bus routes keep the Park connected locally.

Hatfield

Now an international business centre and home to the bustling Hertfordshire University, Hatfield originally dates from Saxon times, but its place in history is famously sealed as the birthplace of the jet engine in the 1930s.

Ellenbrook fields is an area of private land has been opened up to the public for your enjoyment. A series of linking permissive footpaths, suitable for walkers and cyclists have been created through the areas of open grassland and cattle grazing.

3.5 million sq ft of commercial space constructed to date

Customers at Hatfield

“With 90% of the park already completed, this is a rare opportunity to join an established and thriving community where business, residential, leisure and educational space integrates seamlessly. The success of the park is underlined by the diversity and calibre of occupiers it has already attracted.”

Today, it is home to leading businesses including EE, Ocado, Booker, Eisai, the Environment Agency, Porsche Cars (GB) Ltd, Royal Mail, DHL, Computacenter and Affinity Water.

As with all Arlington developments, great attention has been paid to environmental impact. Arlington has the ability to deliver the latest in green design to accommodate all your aspirations for sustainability.

Hatfield Business Park Occupiers:

  • Affinity Water
  • BAE
  • Booker
  • Bright Comets Day Nursery
  • Computacenter
  • David Lloyd
  • Denso
  • DHL Express
  • DHL Supply Chain
  • Eisai
  • Environment Agency
  • EE
  • Falko
  • Goodrich
  • Lightning Packaging Ocado
  • PCL
  • Pitney Bowes
  • Porsche
  • Regus
  • Royal Mail
  • Tesco
  • Toolbank
  • University of Hertfordshire
  • Yodel

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