A global supply chain cluster at the heart of the national transport network

Infinity Park’s location near J3 of the A50 is ideal for accessing markets throughout the UK. It is just 10 minutes drive from the M1, J24 and 45 minutes drive from the M6, J15. Port access, north and south, is easy via these arterial routes and East Midlands Airport is only 20 minutes away.

Centrally located, Derby sits at the heart of the country, connected by an arterial network of roads that gives access to six million people living within an hour drive time.

Transport links

  • The M1 is a 10 minute drive from Infinity Park (J24)
  • East Midlands Airport is 20 minutes away, serving over 80 direct destinations
  • 38 direct daily train services between Derby and London St Pancras

Neighbouring businesses

Derby is home to some of the global giants of transport technology, and one of the world’s great supply chain clusters.

Infinity Park Derby takes this legacy to the next stage – making sure that the UK renews its position at the forefront of innovation.

Derby is at the very heart of the advanced manufacturing and high performance engineering sectors, where aerospace, automotive and rail play a key role in the city’s industrial legacy. Rolls-Royce, Toyota and Britain’s only train manufacturer Alstom, employ over 20,000 people, with thousands more employed in supply-chain businesses.

  • Distance to Rolls-Royce = 500 metres
  • Distance to Alstom = 1.8 miles
  • Distance to Toyota = 4 miles
  • Distance to JCB = 17 miles
  • Distance to Nestlé = 13 miles
  • Distance to Molson Coors = 11 miles