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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 Park Stafford is a well-established park located within 1 mile of JN14 of the M6 motorway, providing access to the UK's motorway network and connecting you to many of the UK's major urban cities within a 4.5 hour drive time.
Prologis Dawley Road in Hayes has been designed to offer urban logistics facilities and provides a total of 121,011 sq ft of Grade A distribution space. Five units ranging in size from 2,837 sq ft to 52,719 sq ft are now available. Located in an established industrial area close to Heathrow Airport and the West London market, Prologis Dawley Road is close to Junction 3 and Junction 4 of the M4, Junction 15 of the M25 and Junction 1A of the M40.
Prologis Park Hams Hall is a new manufacturing & distribution hub centrally positioned in the West Midlands to serve the UK and international markets
At Prologis, we aim to create a high quality working environment for all our customers. Our buildings are on Prologis Parks, which we own, manage and maintain, so when customers move to one of our buildings, they can benefit from a range of park-wide services that we have designed to support their business operations.
View our Park Services matrix
Green travel plan
Electric vehicle charging
Exercising outdoors is now incredibly popular and even though it was only opened recently, our fitness trail at Prologis Park Wellingborough West is already being used by the local community, including local running and fitness groups. We also hope it will be widely used by park employees once the first occupiers move in.
Working together with Love Brum and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Prologis UK and our ‘Space for Good’ initiative is making a real difference in the local community as part of our wider commitment to social value
There was a poignant new addition to our sculpture trail at The Bridge development in Dartford recently. A new sculpture – ‘soldier on a bench’ – by Will Jordan was commissioned to recognise the Armistice of 11 November 1918 and the role played by the Dartford War Hospital in rehabilitating injured soldiers.
Giving back to the communities where we are based and where we are building is important to us. That’s why, for the past seven years, Prologis employees across the globe have come together for ‘Impact Day – our annual day of service where we give something back to the communities close to our Prologis Parks.
Community is important to us at Prologis UK. That’s why our dedicated in-house Property Management Team work hard to build long-lasting relationships with the communities close to our network of Prologis Parks.
Proving that warehouses can help build safer communities, Prologis UK and Crick Parish Council are sponsoring two dedicated PCSOs under a scheme developed by the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold.
Today, more than ever, businesses are being challenged to demonstrate the social value they bring to the communities in which they operate: but what exactly does ‘social value’ mean and, more importantly, how can it be measured?
If ‘many hands make light work’ then imagine what 3,200 hands can do? That’s exactly the number of hands from Prologis’ offices across the globe that took part in Impact Day, the company’s annual day of service, on May 18th.
For our annual day of community service, Prologis UK helped to create a garden from a derelict site at Uplands Allotments in Handsworth Wood. Wayne Porter tells the story.