Glory Park, High Wycombe

Strategically located land at High Wycombe, close to the M40

Glory Park is situated on the outskirts of High Wycombe, just one mile from Junction 3 of the M40 and only 30 minutes from Heathrow.

Glory Park has a rich history of commerce and innovation which dates back to the late 13th Century. The Park gets its name from John de la Gloria who built his Glory Mill on the site, beginning a long tradition of papermaking in the Wye Valley.

Project details

  • Developer: BAM Properties
  • Contractor: BAM Construction
  • Architect: BAM Design
  • M&E consultants: BAM Design

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187,000 ft2 Fact icon of ‘Grade A’ office and business space being created
£14m Fact icon investment in Phase 1
800 Fact icon years of commercial history on this strategic site
When the last paper mill in the Wye Valley closed at the end of the 20th century – after 800 years on the site – it marked the end of an era. But BAM’s redevelopment of this prime site is attracting 21st century businesses to the area and bringing a new lease of life to the aptly named Glory Park.

BAM Properties speculatively developed Phase 1 (2.5 acres) of Glory Park, creating three ‘Grade A’ office developments totalling 64,000 sq ft. All three buildings are now occupied. The flagship building A1 – which comprises 28,000 sq ft of office space – was sold to Paradigm Housing Group, while A2 and A3 are let to the UK arms of two specialist pharmaceutical companies.

The remainder of the Glory Park site is open to a broad range of uses, with two further development phases, totalling 4.33 acres, being available.