Thorpe Park Leeds’ strategic location and its active
travel planning programme allows occupiers to enjoy the
commercial, social and environmental benefits of accessibility.
ACCESSIBILITY IS KEY TO
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSES. THORPE
PARK LEEDS HAS A PROGRESSIVE
PLAN FOR DELIVERING
ACCESSIBILITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE
AND VARIED TRANSPORT MODES,
AND A MANAGED TRANSPORT
Thorpe Park Leeds’ prominent position adjacent to the M1 at Junction
46 provides immediate access to the local and national road network.
The new link road through Thorpe Park Leeds brings a greater
connection to the local community and the City, and importantly new
bus routes will be established providing a service every 15 minutes.
Its close connection to the existing communities of East Leeds, and
the new homes proposed on site and in the East Leeds Extension,
make walking or cycling to work a viable option for a significant local
Thorpe Park Leeds is being considered as the location for a proposed
new rail halt, ‘East Leeds Parkway’, and associated Park & Ride.