The New M49 Junction is within 0.5 miles of Bristol 360 providing access to motorway networks, rail, ports and airports.

Mountpark Bristol is ideally located for both national and international distribution being within easy reach of the M4,M5, M48 and M49 motorways, the Port of Bristol and Rail Freight terminals.

Bristol is a fast growing and prosperous city serving C. 1m people within a 30 minute drive.

A new motorway junction has been built and will open once the 200m link road to the Central Park estate has been completed.
This is scheduled for Q2 2021.

Logistics and supply chain efficiencies are all about location and Mountpark Bristol 360 is strategically positioned for that reason.

0.2 miles to railfreight terminal
0.5 miles to M49 junction
5.0 miles to M48 (J1)
5.1 miles to the Port of Bristol
6.2 miles to M5 (J18A)/M49
8.4 miles to M4/M5 intersection
9.0 miles to Bristol Parkway Station
12.5 miles to Bristol City Centre
16.0 miles to Bristol Airport

As the South West gateway, Bristol is a destination of international scale with multimodal connectivity by road, rail, sea and air.


The new M49 Junction is 1/2 a mile Bristol 360 and forms a link between the M5 and the Second Severn Crossing, now officially renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge on the M4 motorway at Junction 22, with the M4, M5 and M48 also in close proximity


Royal Edward Dock, also known as Avonmouth Dock, is located on the north side of the River Avon, at its confluence with the Severn estuary.


A crucial rail freight hub for Bristol and the UK. It is an inland Railport approximately nine miles north-west of Bristol City.


The commercial airport serving the city of Bristol and the surrounding area handling around 8.7 million passengers annually.


As a global gateway, Royal Portbury Dock handles a wide range of cargo activity with multiple and frequent global connections. With its deep-water capacity it can accommodate some of the largest container ships in the world.


On the South Wales Main Line, in the northern suburbs of the Bristol conurbation. Just 112 miles (90 minutes) from London Paddington.


The Bristol Port's are a international gateway for British farmers.The port is one of the UK's largest ports for imports and exports for a variety of goods, these include perishable and non perishable goods, wines, automotive and machinery.

Antwerp & Piraeus’s global connections


With excellent labour availability, education resources, and connectivity. Outside of London, the West of England has the largest proportion of highly qualified workers in the UK.

Bristol and the surrounding area has a labour pool that is skilled, plentiful and varied.

Excellent connectivity for parcel operations for both Full Truckload (FTL) and Less Than Truckload (LTL) shipments.

Bristol is ideal for both multi-drop B2B and B2C delivery operations due to its regional distribution centre status.

Excellent connections to all key regional docks, nodes, rail freight and the associated national / global network that is unlocked as a result.

Bristol benefits from being within 2.5hrs drive time of the national sorting hubs for all major parcel carriers (domestic & international) making it the ideal location for e-fulfilment operations with next day or timed delivery services.

Avonmouth and Severnside have been designated as an Enterprise Area.

Skills Academy and 2 universities ensures continued supply of well-educated and skilled labour force.

8% projected population growth by 2029 with 3,264 new homes due to be built within a 10 min drive of Bristol’s centre.

Reliable and engaged workforce with low sickness and low trade union membership rates.