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Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

Map of Park Royal

)]] Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

The Neighbourhood Centre (heart) of Park Royal

The Central Middlesex Hospital along with an Asda superstore are both located at Park Royal Central. Here there are also 3 banks NatWest, Barclays and HSBC. This area is designated as the Neighbourhood Centre (or Heart) of Park Royal and there are plans to encourage more amenities and perhaps a small amount of housing: http://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/park-royal-oapf-chaps10-12.pdf Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

Layout of the rest of Park Royal

On the northern side is the Network Rail depot at Stonebridge Park, London, which also has London Underground Bakerloo Line tracks running through it (and Harlesden station nearby). On the eastern side, Park Royal is bounded by Acton Lane and Park Royal Road (B4492). The Central Middlesex Hospital is located here.

On the southern side is the arterial Western Avenue (London) (A40 road), which leads to the Hanger Lane Gyratory System. Park Royal tube station, on the Piccadilly Line, is located just off Western Avenue. To the west of Park Royal is the A406 road (A406 road).

As well as many small industrial firms, Park Royal is the location of some large company buildings, including McVities[http://www.unitedbiscuits.com/80256C1A0047922E/vWeb/pcTSTT5DWHZ7 http://www.unitedbiscuits.com/80256C1A0047922E/vWeb/pcTSTT5DWHZ7] ''unitedbiscuits.com'' and H. J. Heinz Company. The old Guinness brewery and sports ground site at the south-western extremity of the district has now been totally demolished. The first building erected adjacent to the new roundabout and bridge link to Western Avenue is occupied by international drinks company Diageo, owners of the Guinness brand and the redevelopment site [http://www.firstcentral.co.uk/start.htm]. The Female Health Company, which manufactures Femidoms, has one of its two manufacturing plants here, too.[http://www.femalehealth.com/theproduct.html#made http://www.femalehealth.com/theproduct.html#made] ''femalehealth.com''

The Grand Union Canal runs through the middle of the Park Royal industrial estate, with pedestrian access via the towpath. Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

History

The name Park Royal derives from the short-lived showgrounds opened in 1903 by the Royal Agricultural Society of England as a permanent exhibition site for the society's annual show. After only three years the society sold the site, and returned to a touring format for its shows. With its road, rail and canal links, Park Royal was subsequently developed for industrial use, mainly during the 1930s.


For many years it was a centre of engineering, with firms including Park Royal Vehicles, GKN and Landis+Gyr.

Queens Park Rangers F.C. played on two grounds in Park Royal. The first was the Horse Ring, later the site of the Guinness brewery, which had a capacity of 40,000. When the Royal Agricultural Society sold the grounds in 1907, QPR moved to the Park Royal Ground, south, an almost exact replica of Ayresome Park, with a capacity of 60,000. The club was forced to move out in February 1915 as the ground was taken over by the British Army.Simon Inglis: Football Grounds of Britain, page 304. ISBN 0-00-218426-5

The Guinness Sports Club hosted some of the Field hockey at the 1948 Summer Olympics events for the 1948 Summer Olympics.[http://www.la84foundation.org/6oic/OfficialReports/1948/OR1948.pdf 1948 Summer Olympics official report.] p. 46. Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

Economy

It is public policy to maintain Park Royal as predominently a business area. It is designated as an Opportunity Area, and in 2008 the Mayor of London's office published a draft Planning Framework which aspires to maintain, "growing economic clusters of food/drink, transport/logistics and television/film."[http://www.london.gov.uk/mayor/planning/park-royal.jsp http://www.london.gov.uk/mayor/planning/park-royal.jsp] ''london.gov.uk'' The framework does not preclude use of parts of the site for housing.

In summer 2011, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham launched a 'Park Royal City' plan for Old Oak Common, based around the immediate eastern border of Park Royal, including light-rail lines to nearby areas. Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

Transport

Road
Park Royal is served by the A40 road in London and A406 road roads, and is situated close to a major interchange called the Hanger Lane gyratory.

=Cycle Network=
There are currently proposals to build a List_of_cycle_routes_in_London#Cycle_Superhighways (route CS 10) from Hyde Park, London to Park Royal, for completion by 2015.

London Cycle Network routes 40, 42, 84 and 85 all currently serve Park Royal.

Tube

Stations in the area are:
*Hanger Lane tube station (Central Line)
*Park Royal tube station (Piccadilly Line) Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

Future

The Mayor's plans for park royal: http://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/park-royal-oapf-chaps1-9.pdf http://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/park-royal-oapf-chaps10-12.pdf

Three possible new transport services have been proposed for the area: the West London Orbital, Fastbus and the North and West London Light railway.[http://www.bettertransport.org.uk/london_local_group London Campaign for Better Transport] North and West London light railway (NWLLR) / Brent Cross Railway (BCR) plan[http://timesonline.typepad.com/environment/2009/09/orbital-rail-the-solution-to-city-congestion.html The Times] Comment on NWLLR light-rail proposal[http://www.westlondon.com/uploads/WLOSummary.pdf West London Orbital][http://www.parkroyal.org/assets/files/Fastbus.pdf FastBus scheme]

In 2004, the multinational Diageo company agreed to build extra Central Line platforms at Park Royal tube station, as part of its First Central business park, built on the site of the (now demolished) Guinness brewery. As of summer 2013 this had not yet happened. Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

References

Park Royal is an area in northwest London, UK. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about ,. Park Royal Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of Ealing. Park Royal business park contains over 1,200 businesses, employing an estimated 35,000 workers. Approximately 500 food companies operate at Park Royal, employing more than 15,000 people. One third of all the food consumed in London is produced by businesses in Park Royal. Park Royal is also home to areas of residential housing and amenities serving them.

External links

*[http://www.parkroyal.org/ Park Royal Partnership]
*[http://www.london.gov.uk/mayor/planning/park-royal.jsp February 2008 draft planning framework]
*[http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=2463499&trk=anet_ug_hm/ Park Royal Business Group]






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