Location & Travel

Wolsey Park lies on the western edge of the historic market town of Rayleigh, which is in the district of Rochford between Southend-on-Sea and Chelmsford. With excellent rail links from Rayleigh station and convenient road and bus routes, getting around is easy.

By Road

Access to Wolsey Park is via Rawreth Lane at the northern edge of the site. In the future there will also be access from London Road when a new road is created into the south of the development. Wolsey Park is conveniently positioned close to key trunk roads the A127 and A130 connecting you with other towns and the motorway network.

By Rail

Rayleigh station, two miles from Wolsey Park, is on the mainline between London Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria. There are services every ten minutes during rush hour with a journey time of around 45 minutes into Central London, for a hassle free commute. Trains between Rayleigh and Southend Victoria run approximately every 20 minutes with an average journey time of 20 minutes.

By Bus

Rayleigh is served by several bus routes connecting towns across Essex including Southend, Basildon, Chelmsford and Leigh-on-Sea. There are coach services direct to Stansted Airport from Rayleigh every hour.

By Air

For international travel, Southend airport is just seven miles away and Stansted airport around 30 miles.