The site upon which the Park has been developed was formerly the factory and test airfield for the Gloster Aircraft Company, famous for building the Hawker Hurricane during the 1940s and the Gloster Javelin during the 1950s. The airfield ceased to be operational in 1962 and Arlington began developing the Park in the early 1990s based on a mixed use outline planning consent allowing for the delivery of office, industrial, residential and retail uses.
To date, over 2.75 million sq ft has been developed, including a range of Grade A office buildings together with small industrial units and large
distribution facilities. There are a significant number of high profile occupiers based at Gloucester Business Park including Lockheed Martin, NHS, BAE Systems, SHS Drinks, G-TEM, Ecclesiastical, Dowty, Laithwaites, Wincanton, TBS Engineering and Royal Mail.
The Park provides an unrivalled amenity offer including a Tesco Superstore, Costa Coffee, Subway, Greggs, Premier Inn hotel, Whittle Inn restaurant and a David Lloyd racquet & health club.
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