About Adanac Park
Adanac Park is a modern business park set in 75 acres of landscaped grounds to the west of Southampton.
Adanac Park’s importance as a strategic employment location dates back to the 1980’s when it was identified as a site for high quality office, research and manufacturing.
Southampton and Portsmouth cities are the prime drivers of the south coast economy, but both struggle to deliver modern major employment developments – Adanac Park provides the solution.
In good company
As well as Ordnance Survey’s headquarters at Adanac Park, other major organisations in the locality include a Holiday Inn Express hotel, Greene King’s new Walnut Tree Farm public house and Lidl’s massive new distribution warehouse, as well as in Southampton Carnival Cruises, Lloyds Register, Skandia and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
Rubbing shoulders with such high profile names offers opportunities to connect with a wide range of leading brands. Business, finance, tourism and distribution industries are particularly well represented.
Connections via land, sea and air
Access to Adanac Park is from Junction 1 of the M271, which connects the M27 with Southampton City Centre and the docks. The M271 connects with the M27 at the Junction 3 interchange – which unlocks access to the M3 and the national road network.
As well as excellent road connections, Southampton also boasts a major commercial port and is the cruise ship capital of the UK. An international airport and regular rail connections to London Waterloo in as little as 1 hour 14 minutes complete the package for Adanac Park:
- 6 miles from Southampton International Airport and Southampton Airport Parkway Railway Station
- 4 miles from Southampton Central Railway Station
- 2 miles from Southampton’s docks
A city of coast and countryside
Despite being a modern and contemporary city, Southampton is embedded in the Hampshire’s beautiful rural landscape and its stunning coastline.
The New Forest National Park is on the doorstep. Popular commuter towns such as Winchester and Petersfield are within easy reach. And Southampton’s commuting boundary includes many attractive villages and suburbs.
Adanac Park is also close to some of the south coast’s renowned yachting centres, such as Hamble, Lymington and Cowes.
Adanac Park belongs to Barker-Mill Estates and forms part of the land owned and managed by the Barker-Mill family and its Trustees.
The estates include the Lower Test Valley and substantial parts of Nursling and Rownhams to the west of Southampton. On the eastern edge of the New Forest the estates cover 3,000 acres of land, which include parts of Hounsdown, Eling, Marchwood, Colbury, Ashurst and Longdown.
The estates also own and manage 1,000 acres between Milford on Sea and New Milton mainly consisting of farmland, grazing, paddocks and commercial units.