About Leicester Food Park

The £5.8m Leicester Food Park was funded by Leicester City Council and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2007 - 2013 programme. The Food Park is managed by East Midlands Chamber working in partnership with The Food & Drink Forum. It provides high quality food manufacturing space with purpose-built units, enabling new and innovative food businesses to start up and grow as well as providing established food businesses with grow on space for their expanding businesses.

Leicester Food Park opened its gates on 17 November 2014 and already has a significant tenant presence.

The Leicester Food Park is located on a 1.5 acre site owned by Leicester City Council, located to the north-east of the city at High View Close, just off Lewisher Road. This is approximately 4km to the North East of Leicester City Centre and adjacent to Hamilton Office Park and Vantage Park. The site forms part of the Victoria Heights Industrial Estate.

At the heart of the food park community is a Business Support Centre and Management Hub. The Chamber and the Forum maintain an onsite presence and manages the park support services. The Business Support Centre and Management Hub at Leicester Food Park provide practical, affordable conference facilities for all. The Food Park is easily accessible from the City Centre, making it a convenient place to meet customers and suppliers away from the factory.

Aerial View and Kitchen

Management Office and Plans

Entrance and Interior