History of Gadbrook Park

Gadbrook Park was developed in 1984 by a Partnership Agreement between Vale Royal Borough Council (now Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council) and Osborne House. This partnership produced a unique office development outside of the traditional town centre set up that many towns and cities had not seen before.

Chairman of Osborne House, John Fifield, saw the potential of this site to build a business park as ideal for businesses wishing to relocate to an environment where office space and landscaped gardens replace the hustle and bustle of city centre life. This development has since created a thriving business community and a reputation of excellence for office space in the heart of Cheshire.

The 100 acre office site was also chosen because of its fantastic road network links; Junction 19 on the M6 is less than five minutes drive, Manchester Airport is 20 minutes away and Crewe Train Station is 20 minutes drive providing an hourly service to London Euston (1hr 30 Minutes) proving there can be a perfect balance between location and workspace.

Osborne House has since 1984 created on Gadbrook Park the following design and build' bespoke offices forBarclays Bank, The Hut Group, Fifield Glyn and many more.