St Asaph Business Park
St Asaph Business Park is a modern and regionally significant site, home to cutting-edge science, engineering, energy, creative and service sectors.
Set in Denbighshire in the heart of North Wales and located off the A55 Expressway, the Business Park offers quality mixed-use accommodation in 90 acres of beautifully landscaped land with generous parking.
The OpTIC Technology Centre, Glyndŵr University’s landmark business, innovation and technology hub is based on the site.
The Business Park is home to more than 70 companies and organisations taking advantage of an excellent working environment supported by a regional population of 800,000 and a host of education and training centres.
Its low-density Greenfield site offers modern accommodation suitable for office, research and development as well as industry, all with access to fibre broadband.
Property is available in all sizes, from ‘hot-desking’ office suites to 30,000sq m industrial units.
There is scope for the expansion and commercial development of the Business Park with 35 acres of developable land, predominantly allocated for B1 use, and 130,000sq ft of available units.
At St Asaph Business Park you are connected to a wide-range of excellent transport links via road, rail, sea and air, offering strategic links to North West England conurbations, the Northern Powerhouse and beyond.
This allows for good workforce mobility, ease of supply chains and access to international markets.
The Business Park is located on its own junction on the A55 North Wales Expressway and the UK’s motorway network is just 30 minutes away.
The Business Park is 15 minutes from the Holyhead-London mainline and two-and-half hours by direct train to London.
It is an hour from Manchester and Liverpool airports, where you can access an array of domestic and international carriers.
Holyhead, the UK and Europe’s main jumping-off point for fast ferry services to Dublin, is an hour away via dual carriageway.