North London's prime industrial/Logistics Development
ENDP is situated immediately off Mollison Avenue (A1055) a short distance to the north of Lea Valley Road (A110). The local road network offers excellent access to the Great Cambridge Road (A10( and in turn the M25 (J25) North Circular Road (A406) and M11 Motorway. The estate is served by both Ponders End and Brimsdown Rail stations with regular services into London Liverpool Street and the West End via Tottenham Hale (Victoria Line).
Enfield's strategic location with easy access to the M25 and A406, plus London's airports and public transport networks has attracted an enviable and diverse industrial base including London's second largest strategic industrial/development cluster. It is home to over 10,000 businesses employing nearly 90,000 people with over 58% of jobs filled by local Enfield residents.
The prime opportunity in North London is ready for development with flexible build-to-suit opportunities from 20,000 - 120,000 sq ft.
Units can be designed to accommodate individual requirements and Graftongate's experienced design team, fully funded by Aberdeen Asset Management, are ready to deliver your requirement to the highest specification.
Millennium Mills is a well loved icon of post-industrial Britain, which will be restored to suit 21st century businesses.
Silvertown sits in the heart of London’s future, between Canary Wharf and London City Airport, within the historic Royal Docks. Connected by Crossrail, Docklands Light Railway and London City Airport, Silvertown gives great access to local, national and international travel. The introduction of Crossrail 2018 will enhance connectivity within the area, providing access to Canary Wharf in 3 minutes, Liverpool Street in 10 minutes, and the West End in 17 minutes.
Millennium Mills is a former flour mill of 343,573 sq ft NIA that sits on the waterfront with views across London. Full of character and personality, Millennium Mills is an icon in its own right with quirky spaces throughout the building, an amazing roof experience and a dominating presence on the waterfront. Brought back to life with a number of interesting and peculiar spaces for businesses and brands looking to collaborate and co-create, MillenniumMills will be full of bustle and activity. Complementing this will be restaurants, bars and cafés to play, hang out and be inspired.
Coming Soon - Sugar House Island
This quietly impressive new waterside development is just to the east of Bow, near Stratford and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Historically the area was called Three Mills, after its ancient tidal mills. Bounded by water on two of its three sides, Sugar House Island is a thoughtfully - designed new corner of the capital with a distinctive sense of place
The first phase, Dane's Yard offers a collective of eight restored Victorian warehouses and complementary new buildings offering a range of spaces for creative businesses and pioneering food & beverage operators, set alongside the River Lea. Total space available is 100,000 sq. ft. with spaces starting from 1,500 sq. ft. upwards.
Amenity in Dane's Yard includes a restaurant and a bar, state-of-the-art gym, as well as bike stores for cyclists and an events programme. Amenity coming soon across the scheme will include restaurants and coffee shops as well as community spaces.
A 264-acre mixed-use site that is being developed by ProLogis Developments Limited and Dartford Borough Council, The Bridge will transform this brownfield land into a dynamic new community for Dartford.
Set within a landscaped environment with views over both the North and South Lake as well as the River Thames, the 500,000 sq ft office development will form an integral part of this major mixed-use development. With Grade A specification accommodation designed to British Council for Offices standards, occupiers will also benefit from the links to the London Science Park and Innovation Centre. Local amenities include hotels, leisure and retail facilities, while the excellent public transport and communications infrastructure mean that The Bridge is very easily accessible.
A 264-acre mixed-use site that is being developed by ProLogis Developments Limited and Dartford Borough Council, The Bridge will transform this brownfield land into a dynamic new community for Dartford. Along with 1.5 million square feet of business space and 1,500 new homes, The Bridge will include a range of innovative facilities, such as a ‘primary school of the future’ and the new Fastrack public transport system, to create a lively neighbourhood where people will want to live, work and bring up their families. By integrating the future needs of commercial occupiers and residents with a thoughtful approach to the natural environment, The Bridge sets new standards of sustainability. Giving people a wide range of local facilities and the opportunity to walk or cycle to work or school, with facilities such as Bluewater just a short Fastrack ride away, The Bridge is leading the way towards a community of the future.