The site is situated in the Edmonton area of north London, a densely populated urban location approximately 8.5 m north of central London.

The wider Stonehill Business Park, comprising a variety of older style light industrial, industrial and warehouses units, is one of the most visible industrial and warehouse complexes in north London benefiting from extensive road frontage and therefore exposure to the A406 (North circular).

There are a number of significant and well established commercial and retail operators that further highlight and add to the attraction and high profile quality of the area including, Ikea, Tesco Extra, Costco and various retail warehouse parks.

Stonehill Business Park and its immediate commercial environs sits within Enfield Council’s Meridian Water Regeneration Project which will provide 10,000 new homes and 6,000 new employment opportunities over the next 20/25 years. Phase 1, Willoughby Lane a 725 unit residential led scheme which sits adjacent to the new Meridian Water overland rail station currently being built on Meridian Way (A1055) and due to open and be in service mid 2019. Phase 1 is currently being marketed with a developer to be appointed by summer 2019.

Overall land assembly and infrastructure design and funding is now well advanced. More detail at – https://www.meridianwater.co.uk/

Stonehill Business Park, sits on the east bank of the River Lea Navigation, with multi frontage to Harbet Road (east), Hawley Road (north) and Towpath Road (west) and generally south of the A406 North Circular.

Roadside communications are excellent with the adjacent:
A406 (North Circular Road) , via Harbert Road, providing direct access to;
Junction 4 of the M11 motorway (4.4 miles) and
Junction 1 of the M1 (10 miles) and
Junction 25 of the M25 (7.5 miles)

Rail and public transport connections are good with a direct rail link to London Liverpool Street (20 mins) via the new Meridian Water Station, currently under construction and due to complete May 2019, and Tottenham Hale (5 mins) via the Victoria Line.

Numerous local bus routes serve the area, in addition to numerous commercial and employment uses, include Ikea, Tesco and a number of retail warehouse parks and solus retail sites.

Major infrastructure project planned for delivery between 2020-2025 will bring new pedestrian, cycle and bus transport access via a Central Spine Road across from the adjacent sites within the Meridian Water Project.

Over course of head lease period, the quality, mix of use and nature of the wider site area is expected to change considerably with residential and mixed use development on adjacent sites to the north and west, and other meanwhile activities along the canal side and spine road corridors.