About Park Royal
A popular business district, Park Royal sits north of Acton between the Grand Union Canal and the Western Avenue. Once home to numerous engineering companies, there are now over 1,200 businesses in Park Royal, with more than 500 food manufacturers producing a third of the food consumed in London. Some of the country’s largest food brands have their factories and head offices located here, as well as smaller industrial firms and drinks companies.
Park Royal serves as a brilliant location for businesses that do not need to be centrally located on a permanent basis but still want to benefit from the great transport connections this area provides. In addition to Underground and rail links, Park Royal also provides those working in the area with fantastic facilities.
Park Royal Office Space
Park Royal has a number of commercial properties to suit small and medium-sized businesses of up to 100 staff members. The area provides numerous properties with spacious and well-equipped offices that can be rented in a private or shared capacity. Business owners have the choice of furnished or unfurnished premises, as well as serviced or managed terms. The heart of the city is easily reached from Park Royal, perfect for companies that may need to travel into central London for business meetings
Park Royal straddles the Borough of Brent and the Borough of Ealing, to the north of Acton. Harlesden sits to the north of Park Royal, with West Twyford to the north-west and Acton Lane and Park Royal Road bounding the area to the east. Transport Links There are a number of nearby transport links, making Park Royal a great location to rent office space. The key Underground and Overground stations in the vicinity are Park Royal, Hanger Lane and Stonebridge Park, which are served by the Central, Piccadilly, Bakerloo and Watford DC lines. Commutes to Kensington take just 35 minutes while a trip to the City is just 30 minutes. With the A40 and A406, Park Royal provides excellent road connections to the major interchange – Hanger Lane gyratory. Park Royal has several cycle routes as well.
Amenities and Entertainment
Park Royal has an Asda supermarket for office workers to pick up essentials and lunches, as well as the Park Royal leisure park. Office workers here can enjoy the facilities this complex has to offer after work, which include a 36-lane bowling alley and a nine-screen multiplex. This part of the city also has several restaurants, including the Basrah Lounge and Beirut Nights. For a greater selection of facilities, neighbouring Acton is just a 20-minute journey away.