Solstice Park

Covering an area of approximately 160 acres, Solstice Park is a prominent business park located in south Wiltshire, England, near the City of Salisbury. 

Strategically located in central southern England, in Amesbury, on the A303 Trunk Road between London and Bristol, the name "Solstice Park" is inspired by its proximity to Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument known for its alignments to the summer and winter solstices.

Solstice Park is designed to accommodate a diverse range of businesses, including industrial, distribution, office, and retail establishments. The business park offers excellent accessibility and visibility, making it an attractive location for companies looking to establish or expand their operations in the region.

Solstice Park has attracted a mix of local, regional, and national businesses, thanks to its strategic location, modern infrastructure, and the availability of skilled workforce from the surrounding areas. Some of the notable businesses at Solstice Park include major retailers, logistics companies, and manufacturing facilities.

In addition to its business facilities, Solstice Park also boasts a range of amenities and services for employees, such as hotels, restaurants, cafes, and leisure facilities. This combination of businesses and amenities creates a vibrant environment for both work and relaxation.

The development of Solstice Park has been an important contributor to the local economy, providing employment opportunities and encouraging growth in the region. Its strategic location and excellent transport links make it an attractive choice for businesses looking to establish themselves in the southwest of England.

Solstice Park was successfully developed over a number of years and the last tranche of developable land was sold on the 9th March 2018.

Solstice Park is now exploring the possibility of expanding its eastern boundary to meet the demand for local business and recreational requirements.