The Park

You really can have the best of all worlds here – modern office facilities, natural green spaces, fresh air. It’s the way to make work really work.
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Our grounds

Trim Trail

Situated along The Avenue, the Trim Trail offers a variety of free equipment perfect for a lunchtime exercise session, the equipment is ready for you to use and includes:

• Tyre Trail
• Ability Bench
• Swinging Steps
• Pull Up Station
• Cross Beams
• Traverse Wall
• Balance Beams

No booking required. Users of the Trim Trail equipment do so at their own risk.

Science Corner

Beautifully set overlooking a lake, and with the country park close by, Science Corner is just one of Stockley Park’s pleasant spaces to enjoy external meetings, lunch or a game of table tennis.

The Retreat

The Retreat provides an area to rest and relax, with a canopy in the summer months to shade under and a peace garden called The Glade close by. Many of the Stockley Park events focussing on biodiversity take place at The Retreat as the area is central to many of the biodiversity research projects the team leads.

Turtle Mound Deck

A tranquil area to enjoy lunch at one of the picnic tables overlooking the nearby lake where many water wildlife habitat.

The Squareabout

The main event hub for Stockley Park, The Squareabout offers an area to unwind and have fun during the summer months, whether it’s to hang out with your colleagues on one of our many deckchairs, enjoy summer games, or take part in one of the many events Stockley Park hosts for its occupiers.

Boules Junction

The home of the annual Film Festival this is where to go to enjoy a game of table tennis on one of the two tables found at the Boules Junction or in the summer, a game of chess.

The Set

Located in The Squareabout, The Set was originally a shipping container repurposed into a coffee bar. Serving hot and cold drinks, and light refreshments, The Set is open Monday to Friday, 07:00 – 15:30.

The Arena

Adjacent to Stockley Park, The Arena offers numerous amenities including Nuffield Health, Travelodge, Costa Coffee, Subway and Greggs.

The Management Centre

The main operation centre for Stockley Park, the estate management team including security and landscaping are based at The Management Centre. Occupiers can visit here to enjoy landscaping events, contribute to Stockley Park’s charitable donation and community work, Stockley Supports or hire out one of Stockley Park’s Borrow Bikes.


Stockley Park has a dedicated Biodiversity Management System to ensure compliance with the award and to demonstrate effective biodiversity enhancement. The natural setting of Stockley Park has attracted many varieties of wildlife over the years with constant tracking to ensure the safe status of our wildlife and the provision of habitats.


Stockley Park is known to support small mammals such as hedgehogs. The mosaic of woodland, scattered trees and waterbodies provide habitats for foraging bat species such as common pipistrelle, soprano pipistral and noctule. We have installed a number of bat boxes on trees across the Park to provide a suitable home for our bats.


The Park supports a healthy breeding population of smooth newts. This species uses the waterbodies on the Park, particularly the pond at #1 the Square, to breed during the spring, spending the majority of the year within terrestrial habitats such as the woodland, hedgerows and grassland.


The variety of different habitats on the Park provide opportunities for a wide range of plant species. Of note are the abundant bee orchids visible across the Park in spring. There are also pyramidal orchids and a variety of grassland, woodland and wetland plants. We actively manage habitats on site to encourage wildflowers to prosper.


The Park supports a number of invertebrates including the iconic stag beetle which can be seen on warm summer evenings. We have created areas of deadwood and log-piles across the Park to provide suitable habitats for this species to breed. The site also supports a wide range of moths, butterflies and dragonflies. Bee hives have been added for the honeybees and bumblebees can often be seen enjoying the lavender and other plants.


There are some 23 breeding-bird species on the Park with many more occasional visitors and residents. The birds that attract the most attention are the swans, but there are also heron who call Stockley Park their home. There are numerous ducks including mallards, aylesburys, red crested pochards, coots and moorhens. The Park also attracts migrant species such as reed warbler who breed within the reedbeds. Brightly coloured kingfishers can often be seen around the lakes in the park.


The 10 lakes are stocked with koi carp, golden orf and goldfish, as well as many types of common fish. Grass carp has been introduced to help control the vegetation in one of the lakes.


Stockley Park was formally opened by HRH, the Prince of Wales on 6 June 1986, making it the oldest business park in the UK. The Park was the brainchild of Sir Stuart Lipton who wanted to provide the local community with space for recreation as well as business prosperity.

Before the development of Stockley Park the area was used for gravel extraction for most of the twentieth century but there is evidence that the area was being used 6,000 years ago. Archaeological excavations found an axe from the Bronze Age, suggesting a burial ground and settlement had been close to Stockley Park.


Stockley Park is committed to the principles of environmental protection and sustainable development with the aim of reducing its environmental impact. The Park is designed to provide a sustainable offering to all occupiers.

Biodiversity Benchmark

In 2021 Stockley Park was awarded the Wildlife Trusts Biodiversity Benchmark Award, which is only given to a business that can demonstrate a dedicated and proven approach to biodiversity enhancement on their landholdings. This award has been recertified every year since 2021.


All natural material from landscape projects goes through a lengthy composting procedure feeding back to the landscape.

The Set

The Set coffee shop was designed from a recycled freight container and hosts a green sedum roof.

Biodiversity Action Plan

A significant number of actions are completed every year as dictated by our action plan; including ecological surveys, woodland management, creation of a bee bank, installing insect habitats, lake management, wildflower planting, tree planting, Orchid management, and monitoring, low mow May and butterfly ID training.

Biodiversity Policy Analysis

A review of progress towards policy commitments was undertaken in the summer of 2022. This review shows that the park has made progress towards the policy commitments in particular establishing a legislation database, developing a biodiversity management plan to protect and enhance wildlife on site, and conducting ecological surveys.


Rainwater collected from each building and car park feeds back to the ten lakes with the quality of the lake water regularly tested and many of the lakes are stocked with fish. The water from the lakes is used for irrigation of the landscaping.

Electric Vehicles

Vehicles used by both the landscaping and security teams are all-electric, including a state of the art all-day fully electric ride-on mower, reducing emissions and noise.


Additional solar hybrid streetlights are installed via an annual rolling programme to add to the number of streetlights installed since 2022 to demonstrate SPECL’s commitment to reduce energy. As well as this, SPECL is strictly committed to only forming partnerships with Green Energy contracts.

External Seating Areas

The majority of the outdoor seating is made from robust recycled plastic.

“I’ve worked at Stockley Park for over 15 years and it’s a real oasis. Everywhere you look there’s an abundance of colour and nature is thriving all year around. You’re guaranteed a relaxing walk if you need to escape the office. There’s no place like Stockley Park, it’s a real gem.”

Dean Griffin, Sharp

energy reduction by fitting LED street lights


Stockley Park is proud of its achievements and celebrates by sharing our latest awards.

Fitwel 2 Star Rating

Stockley Park is proud to achieve Fitwel 2 Star Rating, which incorporates a number of evidence-based design and operations strategies that support the physical, mental, and social health of occupants.

Green Flag Award

It is a testament to the dedication of the landscaping team and that of Stockley Park Estates Management Ltd for the estate to be granted the Green Flag Award for the seventh year in a row.

The Green Flag Award celebrates well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.

Green Champion Green Apple Award in Conservation and Wildlife Projects

The Green Apple Environment Awards, the annual international campaigns to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world. Stockely Park received the highest recognition for Conservation and Wildlife Projects by being presented the Green Champion Award.

Gold Green Apple Award for Business Travel Network

This international Gold award was awarded to Stockley Park in recognition for the easitSTOCKLEY PARK Business Travel Network which encourgages green travel options including the shuttle service, journey share and travel discounts.

Pro Landscaper Sustainability and Biodiversity Awards: Maintenance Contract Award

The Pro Landscaper Sustainability and Biodiversity Awards recognise the companies and projects contributing towards a more sustainable future for their respective sectors. Stockley Park won the Maintenance Contract Award in recognition of the client/ contract relationship with Nurture Landscapes Ltd.


Green Flag Award

A sixth win of the Green Flag Award for Stockley Park, recognising the dedication the team has on the open space for the community.

Gold Green Apple Award in Conservation and Wildlife

This international award was awarded to Stockley Park in recognition for the established biodiversity management plan which ensures we provide an environment fit for wildlife and improve awareness for our occupiers.

Silver Green Apple Award in Carbon Reduction

Stockley Park is committed to reduce carbon footprint created in the park and this has been recognised by Green Apple Awards.


Green Flag Award

For the fifth year in a row, Stockley Park has been awarded the Green Flag Award, which recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces. The hard work of the Stockley Park landscaping team was once again recognised by the judges of Keep Britain Tidy. The purpose of the Green Flag Award scheme is to:

• ensure that everybody has access to quality green and other open spaces, irrespective of where they live.
• ensure that these spaces are appropriately managed and meet the needs of the communities that they serve.
• establish standards of good management.
• promote and share good practices amongst the green space sector.
• recognise and reward the hard work of managers, staff, and volunteers.

SPECL wishes to thank all Stockley Park team members who have an input into making the park look welcoming to all who visit.

Wildlife Trust’s Biodiversity Benchmark

Stockley Park was awarded the prestigious Biodiversity Benchmark by the Wildlife Trust in Summer 2021. Awarded to 53 companies across the UK, the Benchmark recognises Stockley Park’s dedication to enhancing and maintaining the landscape. Achieving the benchmark has meant demonstrating how Stockley Park manages the estate with biodiversity improvement as a priority.


Green Flag Award

This year, a record number of 2,061 places have achieved the prestigious award. With the CoVid-19 pandemic, it has become clear how precious and enjoyable our outdoor spaces are for everyone’s mental health. SPECL is pleased and honoured for the Park to have been recognised as providing a place for occupiers and visitors to relax, reflect and enjoy.


London in Bloom: Gold Award

Stockley Park has been awarded the Gold Award in the Business Landscape of the Year category from London in Bloom 2019. London in Bloom aims to increase community involvement in caring for our environment and maintaining our precious Green Spaces and Stockley Park is pleased to be able to so successfully marry these aims with its own ideals.

Green Apple Award

The annual international campaigns to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world. The Green Apple Environment Awards were launched in 1994 by The Green Organisation and have become well established as one of the most popular environmental campaigns in the world, we are proud The Green Apple Award acknowledges Stockley Park’s commitment to Environmental Best Practice.

Business Green Leaders Award for Green Infrastructure: Shortlisted

Stockley Park’s biodiversity project reached the finals of the Business Green Leaders Award 2019 for Green Infrastructure Project of the Year. Although the Park did not win, we were honoured to have been shortlisted for the award.

Green Flag Award

The international Green Flag Award is run by the charity Keep Britain Tidy which sets the benchmark for excellence in recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.


Green Flag Award

The Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.


London in Bloom: Gold Award

London in Bloom is about celebrating and recognising the passion Londoners have for greening our Capital city.

Green Flag Award

The Green Flag Award® scheme recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.

Green Apple Award

The Green Apple Environment Awards, the annual international campaigns to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world.


RHS Britain in Bloom Commercial Award

Presented to Stockley Park for demonstrating the best environmental and/or horticultural
contribution from business / retail / corporate interests.