Nestled within the strong transport links of Heathrow Airport, M25, M4, and M40 motorways, Stockley Park provides 88 acres of a country park environment beneficial to both business and personal wellbeing. Home to Heidelberg Graphics, Gilead, Hikvision, M&S, MSC Cruises, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, Canon, Hasbro and IMG Studies, Stockley Park occupiers can now benefit from the park’s close proximity to both Hayes & Harlington and West Drayton stations. Both stations are on the newly opened and much anticipated Elizabeth Line.
The Elizabeth Line travels 100km between Reading in the west and Abbey Wood and Shenfield in the east, taking in central London along the way. It is anticipated to take 1,500 passengers per train. This makes the commute for many a lot more accessible, reliable and direct.
The line is initially operating as three separate railways, meaning customers from Hayes and Harlington will have to change at Paddington to access the central part of the route. It will be another year before passengers will be able to travel the full length of the line from Hayes & Harlington and West Drayton uninterrupted.