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Perfectly Placed

Stockley Park has excellent air, road and rail connections. The M4 and M25 motorways and Heathrow Airport are a few minutes away. And there are four tube and two rail stations close by to choose from.

Stockley Park Estates Company Ltd
The Management Centre, Furzeground Way
Stockley Park, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB11 1HU

Travelling to Stockley Park

By Car

Stockley Park is situated two miles north of Heathrow Airport, just off Junction 4 of the M4 motorway, which provides direct access to Central London (15 miles to the east) as well as the centres of Slough, Reading and the South West.

The M25 is located within two miles offering convenient access to the national motorway network, while the nearest town, Uxbridge, is four miles to the north via the A408.

Don’t forget if you are using Satellite Navigation in your car, please use the UB11 1AA postcode which will guide you to the main entrance.

Alternatively, use the Online Travel Map to plot your journey in and around Stockley Park. Smart phone users has the Online Travel Map in the palm of their hands.

Also, there is a dedicated Car Share Scheme is available to maximise Stockley Park’s staff travel options whilst also reducing the number of cars on the roads, reduce parking congestion, cutting pollution, saving staff money and helping protect the environment. Click here to visit the website.

By Rail & Train

Interactive Travel Information
Stockley Park ‘Online Travel Map‘ is available via THCO application on desktop and mobile/android platforms. Select the Online Travel Map and see Real Time travel information at your finger tips.

From Central London
From London Paddington it takes about 25 minutes to Stockley Park. The most direct route is First Great Western or Heathrow Connect trains to Hayes & Harlington Station, then catch the 350 or U5 bus for an approximately 10 minute bus journey to the Park. Alternatively, take the Heathrow Express from Paddington to Heathrow (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) and change to the Heathrow Fast A10 bus.

The Piccadilly Underground line is the best way from West London to Heathrow (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) for the Heathrow Fast A10 bus. You can also take the Northern arm of the Piccadilly and Metropolitan Line to Uxbridge and catch the A10 bus to the Park. Select the Tube Map to plot route.

From The West
Change at Reading from First Great Western Trains for local trains to Hayes & Harlington and West Drayton stations, and then catch the 350 or U5 bus for an approximately 10 minute bus journey to the Park.

By Bus

Plan your public transport journey via the Stockley Park ‘Online Travel Map’. This will show you real time bus time table, plan your route to and from the Park via in-app journey planner, select and add your preferred bus to favourites. The platform allows for accessibility via mobiles and android phones as well as desk-top.  Updates are available on changes to bus times and disruption to services.

Alternatively, you can visit the TFL Bus Map page by visiting:www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses

The buses that service Stockley Park are;

350 bus route which extends into Heathrow Terminal 5.  Select link to view time table

Local U5 buses travel from Uxbridge Station via The Hillingdon Hospital, through Stockley Park via West Drayton to Hayes and Harlington Station.  The journey from Uxbridge Station takes about 10-15 minutes to Stockley Park and approximately 10 minutes from Hayes and Harlington Station.  Select link to view time table.

The A10 Heathrow Fast is a dedicated frequent bus link from Heathrow Airport to Stockley Park taking just 10 minutes from Heathrow’s Central Bus Station, then continuing on to Uxbridge tube station.  Select the link to view time table

 

Shopping Bus

The Stockley Park Shopping Bus operates a Daily Christmas Shopping Service to Uxbridge Shopping Centre, from    1 December to 22 December inclusive.

The Free shopping bus service is operated by First Choice Bus Service on behalf of Stockley Park. (Select the link to view picture of the shopping bus)

The timetable demonstrates 3 shuttle bus services over the lunch break from 12:00 finishing back on the Park at 14:00.

Select the Flyer and Timetable for more information.

As the Christmas shopping seasons is very busy, do ensure you are on time for the appropriate pick up.

Details of drop-off / pick up locations is available to view.

By Foot

Stockley Park was the first business park to implement a sustainable policy to address transport issues. As well as an enhanced bus service linking buildings on the park with rail and tube hubs, there is any opportunity to walk to work if you live locally, or finish your journey by using one of the many Footpaths or Bridleways.

The extensive network of paths will give you the chance to take a break from work and enjoy a brisk walk around the park, or enjoy a walk to The Arena to enjoy the many eating and drinking facilities.

To view the Footpaths and Bridleway Map please download the map here.

Alternatively, plot your desired walking route by using this ‘Online Travel Map’.

One step closer, use the ‘Online Travel Map‘ on your smart phone.

Walking Groups

Enjoy walking?  The Walk London link allows you to join organised led walking groups for free. To find out more and browse the walks visit the Walk London website.

Require more information, select the Walk4Life link to see frequently asked questions.  Alternatively you can email or call on 0870 240 6094.

By Taxi

A variety of mini cabs services operate in the Stockley Park areas, these include:

LHR Express Cars 01895 444333 – West Drayton

Skyex Cars 020 8848 4444 – Uxbridge

Roundabout Enterprise 020 8573 1133 – (Hayes Station)

Windsor Cars Ltd – 01753 677 677

Westgate Executive Chauffeur Services (Stockley Park) – 020 3198 1800