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Our buildings are located on Prologis Parks, which we own, manage and maintain. At every Prologis Park, we aim to provide our customers with a high quality working environment and park-wide services designed to support their business operations.
Prologis RFI DIRFT is recognised as the most successful rail freight interchange and logistics park in the UK. Located at the centre of the country, DIRFT is close to the West Coast Mainline railway and the M1 motorway. Infrastructure work has started on the third phase of the development, which has detailed planning permission for 7.9 million sq ft of logistics space and a new rail terminal.
Prologis Park West London is situated just 1.5 miles from the M4 and is strategically located to serve Heathrow airport, greater London, the Thames valley and beyond
In Bleak House, Charles Dickens paints a vivid picture of the 19th century brickfields as places of grinding poverty. Yet it was here, amid the mud and squalor, that the building blocks of Victorian England were made. Rapidly expanding towns and cities demanded millions of bricks every year and West London, with abundant seams of Brick Earth, became a centre for the brickmaking industry. Brickfields were established across Hillingdon, Hounslow and Ealing and brickmaking quickly replaced agriculture as the mainstay of the local economy.
At a community consultation meeting for our new development at Prologis Park West London, we discovered that our new Hillingdon site is regenerating one of these brickfields. Located next to the Grand Union Canal, bricks made here would have been transported by barge to Paddington for use in buildings such as the Royal Albert Hall.
Mark is responsible for the delivery of new development UK-wide, with a focus on securing planning consents and the implementation of site infrastructure.