Stockley Park offers a full range of first class amenities that are available onsite. Locally to the Park there are restaurants, coffee shops, bars, shopping and a health club. The business park adjoins a premier golf course and the country park provides over 160 acres of easy access open space.
Stockley Bark is a dog sitting service, on offer to Stockley Park occupiers, through a third-party dog sitting company in nearby Uxbridge, Happy Paws. The service on offer includes dog boarding, dog day care and dog walking.
Enquiries can be made direct to firstname.lastname@example.org or call mobile 07946 115 284 to speak to Monika or Tomasz Kowalski.
Walking and Running Routes
Situated along The Avenue, is the Stockley Park Trim Trail. If you fancy a lunchtime exercise session, the equipment is ready for you to use and includes:
- Tire 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. Stockley Park Estates Company Ltd does not accept any liability for loss or injury caused by the use of this equipment.
We have a number of bikes available for occupiers to borrow during the working day.
If you would like to have a cycle around the Park or through the nearby Country Park, please visit Security at the Management Centre to collect a Stockley Park bicycle.
The Terms and Conditions are to be printed and signed prior to visiting the Management Centre.
Think-Tank Meeting Room
** CoVid-19 update: during the CoVid-19 pandemic, the Think Tank will remain closed for the safety of all. Thank you for your understanding. **
Think-Tank, Waterside is the perfect meeting room away from the office, set in a picturesque area overlooking one of the Park’s lakes.
Space enough for up to four people the Think-Tank has its own dedicated WiFi and is free and easy fro Stockley Park occupiers to book.
Food and Drink
** The Set has reopened!**
Set in The Squareabout, The Set has a selection of hot and cold drinks as well as bites to eat, available daily at The Squareabout from 07:00 – 14:00.
** CoVid-19 Update: please note that The Market remains closed.**
Tick Tock – Take Time Out. Visit The Market for lunch from a diverse range of delicacies.
Street Food Vendors trade every working day 11:30 until 14:00.
Funky Elephant – Serving fresh Caribbean/ Indian fusion meals. Monday menu.
Powar Curry – authentic Indian ingredients in home-cooked curries.
Little Urban Chef – a taste of Paella and freshly made burgers – Tuesday menu.
Powar Curry – authentic Indian ingredients in home cooked curries.
Little Urban Chef – spicy chicken wraps – Thursday menu.
Samosa Love – delicious homemade samosas and pakoras with chickpea curry.
Stockley Fitness Bootcamp
**23rd March 2020: please note Stockley Fitness Boot Camp is following a social distance policy, following government advice with the Coronavirus pandemic**
Stockley Fitness offers professional, focused and fun outdoor bootcamp style training to help you achieve your exercise goals and feel great!
Bootcamp sessions At The Squareabout take place on:
Monday 17:15 – 18:15
Wednesday 17:15 – 18:15
Friday 12:20 -13:10
Contact Scott Henderson by email email@example.com or mobile 07837 593 915
**Nuffield Health Stockley Park will be reopening on 25th July, with extra precautions in place, following government advice with the Coronavirus pandemic. Please visit Nuffield’s website for more information.**
The local Nuffield Health Stockley Park Fitness & Wellbeing Gym has an excellent array of services dedicated to your health. With a 25m indoor pool, a high-intensity cardio area and a huge array of cardio and weights equipment, it’s all you could wish for.
Members can also enjoy an array of inclusive group exercise classes in their three dedicated studios and unwind in the sauna, sanarium and steam room. A creche, cafe and free parking make this the perfect all-in-one location dedicated to you.
Monday to Friday 06:00 to 22:00 (Pool and Spa facilities close 30 mins prior to closing times and gym floor 15 mins prior)
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 08:00 to 20:00 (Pool and Spa facilities close 30 mins prior to closing times and gym floor 15 mins prior)
Please note: last entry to the club is one hour before closing time.
Telephone: 020 8578 3700
The Golf Club
Neighbouring Stockley Park, there is the Stockley Park Golf Club. Designed by Robert Trent Jones senior, local Stockley Park Golf course opened in 1993 and is set in 240 acres of rolling countryside, 6,625 yard par 72 tree lined course.
Since then it has hosted European Senior and Challenge tour events and most recently a number of local professional and amateur tournaments. The golf course was built with over 30 miles of drainage under the ground which allows excellent playing conditions all year round. This means there is not a requirement to use winter tees or temporary greens, and trolleys can be used 12 months a year.
The modern Clubhouse overlooks the 18th green and lake, the perfect place to enjoy lunch or a drink after your round. The balcony bar and function suite are idyllic locations for weddings, parties, receptions and special occasions. The Stockley Park Golf Course team are committed to ensuring your event runs smoothly and to deliver a truly memorable experience.
Please note the Stockley Park Golf Club is under separate management from Stockley Park Business Estate. Contact 0208 813 5700 for information regarding the golf club.
Neighbouring to Stockley Park, The Arena provides amenities such as Nuffield Health Club, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Subway and WH Smith. More information on The Arena can be found here: The Arena Website
Please note The Arena is under management of CBRE and not Stockley Park Estates Company Ltd.
Contact the CBRE Help-desk on 08000 289 609 for information relating to The Arena Management.
Busy Bees has undergone refurbishment and is open to Stockley Park businesses as well as the general public. The nursery is an open planned building and can cater for 100 children of ages from 3 months -5 years. The rooms are bright and stimulating with a wide range of activities inside and out. All rooms have direct access to the garden which has a variety of equipment. They operate a free flow into the garden, which is secure.
Telephone: 020 8573 5723
Child care services offered to Stockley Park occupiers at a 10% discount and free deposit, a saving of £100.
Full-time fee rate is offered at £280.00 per week
When Brunel was awarded its Royal Charter in 1966 the campus was given a distinct purpose and an incredible opportunity. The campus was to be the home of technological education, championing innovation and advancement, and giving the UK the knowledge base it needed to compete on the international stage.
Brunel University conceived a brand of education, and later research, which was overwhelmingly geared towards the needs of industry and, echoing the spirit and vision of their namesake Isambard Kingdom Brunel, they did so with flair and rigour. The university’s ambition was to equip students for the world of work and to address society’s challenges on a global scale.
As a public institution based in the heart of Hillingdon, Brunel University opens up their campus and makes a positive impact in the local community. With that in mind, the University also offers a range of facilities and services to businesses and the community.
The University works with in excess of 1,700 business, regionally, nationally and internationally. If you are a business, regardless of size, and are looking to become more competitive then Brunel has a range of services to help you grow. From talent recruitment, research and development all the way to health and safety courses they will work with you to build a strategy for success.
Brunel University have produced a booklet titled Business Engagement: Grow Your Business With Brunel, explaining how your business can work with the university. To sign up to their Business Newsletter, please visit Brunel’s dedicated Business page.
Brunel has a well-established track record of carrying out world-leading applied research in information and communication technologies (ICT) and you may find their case study on Digital Research interesting.
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– An Evening with Sir Mark Rylance
– BBC Question Time
– Sociable sports sessions for all ages
– Expert lectures/debates on immigration and our rights with Brexit
– TEDx Talks
– Half term camps for kids including Chelsea FC Soccer School
– Hillingdon Business Expo
– Free film screenings such as A Plastic Ocean, a film endorsed by Leonardo DiCaprio
Brunel is able to assist with your organisation’s Health & Safety Training Courses, in particular IOSH and First Aid. Please contact the University directly for more information.
News and Events
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Lake Farm Country Park
Lake Farm Country Park is a relatively large expanse of meadow fringed by trees and the canal, situated in the South of Hayes.
Approximately 63 acres in size, most of the site comprises of open grassland and shrubs, both important for wildlife. A trim trail runs through the site, which is recognisable by its skylark monument.
Two areas of more formal open space are situated in the north-western and north-eastern corners of the park, which include short-mown grass, planted trees and children’s play areas. There is also a BMX track and a skate park on the western edge of the site.
Uxbridge Football Club
Uxbridge Football Club based in West Drayton, in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Established in 1871, they are one of the oldest clubs in the South of England. They were founding members of the Southern League Division Two in 1894 and have reached the 2nd round of the FA Cup once; in the 1873–74 season. The club is affiliated to the Middlesex County Football Association and is a FA chartered standard club. They are currently members of the Southern Football League Division One Central.