Access by air, land and sea

Businesses based at Daedalus benefit from it being directly accessible by land, air and sea.

By road the B3385 connects it to the A27 and onto the M27 corridor providing connections to Portsmouth and Southampton, plus London via the A3(M) or M3. As part of the public sector investment in the Enterprise Zone’s infrastructure access to the M27 is also currently being upgraded by the £34m Stubbington Bypass scheme.

Air links are provided by Solent Airport that is based at the heart of Daedalus. It offers facilities for executive travel and general aviation by plane and helicopter, with London accessible by the latter in around 20 minutes. Business owners and employees can also take scenic flights in a spitfire or learn to fly from here too!

The southern end of Daedalus fronts onto the Solent and has direct access to a marine slipway that is used by existing occupiers for alternative connectivity along the coast. This will be of particular interest to those in the marine sector and those that use the sea to transport raw materials and finished products. Hovertravel also use the slipway for excursions to the Isle of Wight and scenic flights around the Solent.

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Daedalus Waterfront

During 2021 Homes England, the Daedalus Waterfront site’s current owner, sought expressions of interest for the remaining 18 hectares (45 acres) to transform it into a thriving and successful waterfront mixed-use development including opportunities for commercial, leisure, elderly living, retail, industrial and enabling residential use. 

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