THE
VISION

Magna Park Lutterworth provides a high quality business environment specifically focused on logistics and distribution. The park is strategically located and meets the needs of our customers. The Magna Park environment is heavily landscaped, creating natural habitats for wildlife and demonstrating that nature and business can exist in harmony.

Magna Park Lutterworth is a ground breaking development and is widely regarded as Europe’s premier logistics location. Developed by Gazeley over the last 27 years, its success has been emulated in several strategic locations around the world. Magna Park has an investor and customer owned management company ensuring the highest levels of care and efficiency are maintained for all stakeholders.

Covering over 550 acres it is situated in a location, bounded by the M1, M6 and M69 motorways; widely known as the ”˜Golden Triangle’ this part of the UK is the first choice for logistics due to its strategic position in the centre of the country.

Magna Park Lutterworth is widely acclaimed within the industry for setting new standards in terms of design, layout, environmental management, occupier efficiency and local job creation. The Magna Park concept is Gazeley’s blueprint for the development of successful large scale logistics parks around the world.

 

THE
REALITY

Now home to 29 different occupiers, occupying in excess of 8.3 million sq ft (771,155 sq m) of sustainable floor space Magna Park Lutterworth is Gazeley’s flagship distribution park.

Established in 1988 and celebrating its 25th year anniversary in 2013, at 550 acres it represents the UK’s first and Europe’s largest dedicated distribution location.

It is a private estate and offers a fully managed, dedicated logistics park environment with access, 24hr security and controlled HGV circulation.

The site is set in a fully landscaped, park-land environment with stringent measures in place to preserve natural habitat and wildlife. Several buildings feature energy saving, sustainable features which are designed to reduce and recycle energy usage and natural resources as much as possible.

 

THE
BENEFITS

Magna Park Lutterworth, is home to some of the UK and Europe’s most recognisable brands including Toyota, BT, Asda Walmart, Disney, Argos, DHL and Britvic.

Since the development of the Park in early 1988, Magna Park has contributed significantly to the development of the local economy and infrastructure:

 

SUSTAINABLE
FEATURES

The buildings Gazeley develops are designed to reduce impact on the environment and at the same time provide valuable cost benefits for our customers.

KEY BENEFITS:

  • Cheaper to operate
  • Cheaper to maintain
  • Reduced energy usage
  • Reduced water usage
  • Optimised use of natural light
  • Use of recycled and recyclable materials in construction
  • Are BREEAM “Excellent” and EPC “A” rated as standard

Gazeley’s strategy is based on increasing environmental and socially responsible logistics development. We include environmental initiatives within our standard specifications at no extra cost to our customers.

Latest
News

A5 Roadwork Update – Contractor VolkerFitzpatrick Limited
A full road closure will be taking place on the A5 southbound and northbound at Magna Park, between the M69 and Cross in Hand roundabout. The 57-hour full weekend closure is for Volkerfitzpatrick to carry out carriageway works that cannot be done safely during single overnight closures. Once these works are finished, the traffic management will switch over to ‘phase 2’. This will involve moving traffic onto the newly built southbound carriageway. By doing this, they will be able deliver all works associated with widening the northbound carriageway. The closure will be in place from...
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Work on the Frank Whittle Roundabout A426 / Lutterworth junction
We would like to inform you on planned work at the Frank Whittle Roundabout near Lutterworth, which will require night closures of the A426 and lane closures at the roundabout from early February. We will be installing a pedestrian crossing, improving the lighting and enhancing traffic flow at this junction. This will initially involve daytime vegetation clearance from 4 February and daytime lane closures at the roundabout on the 9 and 10 February. From 11 February we will be closing part of the A426 from the Frank Whittle roundabout to the Lutterworth Golf Club at...
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