03 Aug West Drayton in the news as demand for business units increase.
As existing and new businesses plan to maximise the opportunity brought by the forthcoming Crossrail services to West Drayton, so the demand for freehold and leasehold business premises increase. A unique business unit in Horton Parade, West Drayton has become available offering 2,800 sq.ft of warehouse, storage and office space.
Horton Parade is a short walk to the High Street & West Drayton Rail Station. The M4 is approx 10 minutes’ drive giving access to the motorway network & Heathrow airport. Horton Parade is set back from Horton Road with vehicle & pedestrian access via a shared drive. Adjacent buildings are either a variety of office / business units and residential.
West Drayton Station will benefit from extensive improvements in preparation for the new Crossrail services. When Transport for London-run Crossrail fully opens in 2019, up to six services an hour will allow passengers from West Drayton to travel right through central London without having to change trains. The journey to Bond Street will take 23 minutes and passengers will be able to get to Canary Wharf in 37 minutes. The new 200m long trains will be able to carry up to 1,500 people during the rush hour.
West Drayton and Hayes have been in the news in April as the company Prologis announced that they have now lodged plans to build a £75m business park, to be named Prologis Park West London, next to the existing Stockley Park, creating up to 650 jobs.
The submitted plans involve erecting two industrial/distribution units on the land, flanked by Iron Bridge Road North and Horton Road, in West Drayton, with a combined floorspace of around 215,000sq ft. Prologis has also submitted an application for outline planning permission to build up to three extra units on the same site.
To arrange a viewing or discuss this property please contact Mark Harris on 07598 450586 or by email email@example.com.