The Park

The multi-award winning Park is the most established out-of-town office park in the Midlands. over 150 companies, with an impressive range of high profile occupiers, including Rolls Royce, Fujitsu, EE and IMI. Set within 148 acres of mature parkland, with a wide range of amenities, lifestyle and environmental initiatives.

Amenities

The on-site café and newsagent provides a friendly atmosphere for park occupiers, as well as catering vans that deliver to your door. The Park supports its tenants with a selection of health and fitness classes running throughout the week, including Pilates and relaxation classes.

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Sustainability

Set within 148 acres of landscaped gardens The Park maintains nature walks, two beehives and a flower garden As well as encouraging tenant’s to use public transport, walking and cycling routes, The Park believes these initiatives will guarantee a great environment today and into the future

In Good Company

The Park is home to 116 companies, over 7000 employees and is the European and UK office headquarters for over 20 organisations. With 24hour security and on-site management team, The Park is equipped to support the growth of any business.

Birmingham

Situated 12 miles West of The Park, Birmingham attracts over 33 million visitors every year with a consumer spend of £87 million. The growth of Birmingham University and UK Central development will ensure Birmingham continues to flourish, cementing itself as the UK’s second city

Future

UK Central & HS2 are set to generate 100,000 new jobs and more than £18 billion per annum by 2040. The Park itself holds fantastic potential for future tenants with development opportunities of 390,000 SQ FTconsented commercial development.

Solihull

Located six miles south of the Park, Solihull has a wide range of amenities including five golf courses, restaurants and barsWith a net population of 207,000 it has been voted one of the best places to live in the UK. Click to View The Hub Video.

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Wellbeing

The Park offers a host of wellbeing activities throughout the week. Our new Park Development Officer, Liz Allister, is engaging with tenants to help them achieve a positive work-life balance.