The Place for growth

67–acre industrial, manufacturing and distribution development in Nottinghamshire that has great access to the M1 at Junction 26 and 27

The Space to expand

Bespoke properties to suit your exact business requirements from 40,000 sq. ft. to 600,000 sq. ft. to purchase or lease

The Availability of local skills

The location is supported by a highly skilled workforce

The right fit for your business

Ideal for industrial, storage and distribution companies

The perfect location

Ideally located on the Hucknall bypass, close to the centre of Nottingham, but equally close to Junctions 26 and 27 of the M1.

The Opportunity

Harrier Park, Hucknall is an exciting joint venture between Rolls-Royce and Muse Developments. A scheme aimed at augmenting the adjacent well established Rolls-Royce facility.

From Spring 2017, Hucknall will offer a high quality industrial and distribution business park in collaboration with Ashfield District Council. The master plan for the 67-acre site is to provide 1 million sq. ft. of employment space offered on a build to suit basis, ideal for any production or distribution company.

The History & Heritage

Rolls-Royce is one of the most famous names in engineering throughout the world. From the early 1930s to 2008 Rolls-Royce conducted flight tests and engine development at Hucknall Aerodrome; including the world’s first vertical take-off and landing flight, which led to the technological development of the Harrier jump jet.

1916
Hucknall Aerodrome opens as a Royal Flying Corps Training School.
1928
Aerodrome re-opened as RAF Hucknall, a light bomber base.
1935
Rolls-Royce shared occupation with the RAF and established engine development and test flying facilies.
1939-45
Hucknall test beds were pivotal in the development of the Rolls-Royce Merlin and Griffon engines.
1942
First flight of Sir Frank Whittle’s jet engine from RAF Hucknall on a Vickers Wellington bomber.
1953
The world’s first vertical take-off and landing (VIOL) at Hucknall on a Rolls-Royce Thrust Measuring Rig, known as the Flying Bedstead – the technology which led to the development of the Harrier jump jet.
2007
Cessation of engine testing at Hucknall and development of a new Combustion Systems factory by Rolls-Royce with an investment of circa £30 million.
2016
Launch of Harrier Park adjacent to Rolls-Royce delivering potential for 1 million sq. ft. of employment space with the ability to create up to 2,000 new jobs.
Harrier Harrier jump jet
Flying Bedstead Flying Bedstead

Site & Masterplan

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Site and masterplan

Location

Information on transport links and key locations nearby.

Location

Gallery

A visual diary of the site’s development and the surrounding area.

Gallery

News

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News

Contact

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Contact us
Harrier Park; Business Park in Hucknall

Agents

FHP

Tim Gilbertson – Director

0115 841 1146
0788 778 7893
Knight Frank

Rebecca Schofield – Partner

0114 272 9750
0777 617 2123

Charles Binks – Partner

020 7861 1146
0779 344 1911

Contact

Register your interest and find out more.

Watnall Road, Hucknall
Nottingham, NG15 6EU

New Hucknall Business Park

In partnership with:

Muse
Ashfield
Rolls Royce
Nottingham County Council
D2N2
FHP
Knight Frank

Harrier Park, Hucknall, Nottingham is a 67-acre site that will provide high quality employment space from 40,000 / 600,000 sq ft.