The park was founded on a landscape led masterplan and core design principles which responded to the site’s attributes and natural characteristics.

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; environmental management; sustainability; occupier efficiency and local job creation. The Magna Park concept is GLP’s blueprint for the development of successful large-scale logistics parks around the world, including our second UK based Magna Park logistics park at Milton Keynes.



At Magna Park, GLP is dedicated to driving the sustainability agenda. Every effort is taken to make buildings cheaper to operate and maintain. Whilst preserving natural resources and reducing energy and water usage and maximising the use of recycled and recyclable materials wherever possible.

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


Home to 29 different occupiers, occupying in excess of 8.3 million sq ft (771,155 sq m) of sustainable logistics floor space in 32 buildings, Magna Park Lutterworth is GLP’s flagship distribution park.

Established in 1987 and celebrating its 32nd anniversary in 2019, 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 24/7 access, 24hr security and a controlled HGV circulation.


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


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

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.

Our most recent initiative has seen MPL form a partnership with the British Beekeepers Association to create our very own on site Apiary, alongside the ecological benefits this partnership will provide the opportunity to work with local schools and businesses from an educational perspective.



  • 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

GLP’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.