For more information, or to discuss your requirements further, please get in touch via the contacts below.

Colin Hooper – Estates Director
+44 (0)2476 690 035 – colin.hooper@eu.jll.com

Richard A G Wood – Facilities Director
+44 (0)2476 696 809 – richard.wood@eu.jll.com

Val Cooper – Property Administrator
+44 (0)2476 696 537 – val.cooper@eu.jll.com

Alternatively, click here to complete our short form and a member of the team will get back to shortly.

AVAILABILITY ENQUIRIES

Jamie Phillips – Knight Frank
+44 (0)121 200 2220

Andrew Wall – Wareing and Company
+44 (0)1926 430700

Vanessa Clark – Sinclair Clark
+44 (0)20 7494 9399

All enquiries relating to events, the hotel and campsite, please contact the NAEC on 02476 696969 or refer to their website www.naecstoneleigh.co.uk

For enquiries relating to the Stoneleigh Park Lodge hotel and campsite, please call 0247 669 0123 or visit: www.stoneleighparklodge.com

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SERVICES AND SUPPORT FOR ALL TENANTS

A wide range of support and business services is on offer.

At Stoneleigh Park, these include onsite decision makers who can offer flexible lease terms that can respond to sudden growth and changing property requirements at different stages of the development cycle. Stoneleigh Park is also willing to invest in very specialised space.

Other onsite facilities include extensive free car parking, a 58-bedroom hotel, café and farm shop, gym, nursery facilities, eight conference rooms, a 4x4 course and three helicopter landing pads.

Complementing these facilities soon will be a visitors’ centre, where the knowledge generated on the estate can be shared with school groups and other members of the public.

HIGH SPEED BROADBAND

Through the installation of a fibre optic network, Stoneleigh Park can offer occupiers a fully resilient broadband service with download speeds of 500Mbps and faster, at very competitive prices.

MARKET ACCESS

Stoneleigh Park has, amongst the 60 tenants on site, some of the most influential associations and organisations representing the rural and land based economy. They include the Royal Agricultural Society of England, the National Farmers Union and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board.

These bodies can assist in developing agri-knowledge, as well as open doors to UK decision and policy makers.

NETWORKING AND BUSINESS ANGELS

Stoneleigh Park can provide a wide range of local and regional business networking opportunities, through the Institute of Directors, the Federation of Small Businesses and the Chamber of Commerce. In addition, the park’s management team can facilitate introductions to a comprehensive local business support network.

Stoneleigh Park also has close links to a number of effective local and national Business Angel networks.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The nearby universities of Warwick and Coventry and Warwickshire College have research departments that specialise in agri- and bio-sciences. They can assist tenants with contract research, consultancy, training and workshops, graduate placements and apprentices, as well as provide access to equipment and expertise. As well as helping you make the right connections here, Stoneleigh Park can also effect introductions to an extensive list of other academic communities, both UK-based and abroad.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Stoneleigh Park can introduce you to patent agents and lawyers responsible for licensing and intellectual property infringement.

EUROPEAN LINKS

Stoneleigh Park has links to businesses on science parks and innovation centres throughout Europe in every sector, providing market and business access for its tenants.

The Enterprise Europe Network and its extensive database can also provide collaborations, partnering and funded projects opportunities throughout Europe.