Thames Gateway Park Phases 1 & 2, Dagenham

Thames Gateway Park is East London’s Premier Industrial/Distribution Park. It is situated in Dagenham Dock off the Goresbrook Interchange of the A13(T) just 8 miles west of the M25 (Junction 30/31) and 12 miles east of the City of London.  The A406 North Circular Road and London City Airport are 4 miles and 7 miles to the west respectively. Dagenham Dock railway station, with frequent services into London Fenchurch Street, adjoins the site as does the bus terminus for the EL2 bus route.


Thames Gateway Park provides a total of approximately 750,000ft² (70,000m²) of Grade A warehouse/industrial accommodation arranged over 21 units.


Phase 1, which was completed in 2002, comprises the Hovis East London RDC of 152,476ft². The unit was originally developed as a bespoke pre-let distribution facility for British Bakeries, the bread making arm of Rank Hovis McDougall which was acquired by Premier Foods in 2007. Hovis became a separate limited company in 2014, when Premier Foods sold a 51% stake in the business to The Gores Group to form a joint venture between the two companies.


Phase 2, which was also completed in 2002, provides 250,808ft² (23,300m²) of industrial/warehouse accommodation arranged over eight speculatively developed units. Occupiers currently include K+N Drinks Logistics (part of Kuehne + Nagel), Monolith UK, Bishops Move, Bunzl, Gondrand UK, SPX Corporation and Loomis UK.


The historic marketing brochure for Phase 2 can be downloaded here