Elder House: Location
Contemporary office space in Weybridge, set within St George’s Business Park.
Local attractions & services
The self-contained office building sits in close proximity to a number of prestigious local places of interest, notably the Brooklands Motor Racing Museum and Mercedes Benz World. Amenities such as Tesco Extra, Boots and Marks & Spencer are conveniently placed nearby, as is the Brooklands Community Park and much more.
Connections by road
This south-western corner of Greater London also offers fantastic access to much of the Home Counties on the fringes of the capital. St George’s Business Park itself fronts on to Locke King Road, just off the main B374 Brooklands Road. Access by road is straightforward, with the B374 leading directly to the A245, connecting to the A3 Portsmouth Road and Junction 10 of the M25 London Orbital approximately 4 miles from the property.
Additionally, Elder House is one of the best-connected offices in Weybridge for public transport. With Weybridge mainline railway station served by South West Trains in and out of London Waterloo, it is ideal for businesses looking to maintain efficient commercial links with Central London. The office is also well served by local bus routes across Weybridge and much of Surrey.
Heathrow Airport - one of the world’s busiest air travel hubs - is located just five junctions north of Elder House on the M25, making a simple proposition out of entertaining clients and colleagues from overseas. Similarly, Gatwick Airport is also easily accessible within 29 miles via the nearby M23 motorway.
|A3 Cobham intersection
|A3/M25 (Junction 10)
|M25 (Junction 11)
|M3/M25 (Junction 12)
|M4/M25 (Junction 15)
|M40/M25 (Junction 16)
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A business investment opportunity in one of the UK’s strongest economies.
Economics of Elmbridge and Surrey
Elmbridge boasts a diverse economy. On top of its robust local services, providing a range of leisure for your staff to enjoy, its close transport links to the Home Counties support the influx of city workers in a wide range of trades including interior design, gardening and a highly-developed public/education sector.
Surrey at large is solidifying its reputation as one of the UK’s greatest success stories, with its £39 billion economy outperforming Birmingham, Liverpool and Leeds in recent years. With major arterial road access, airports nearby and frequent rail services – as well as broadband connection speeds of up to 8 times the UK average – the county has maintained the highest GDP per capita and some of the highest property values found anywhere in England.
Over half of jobs in Surrey sit within the top occupational categories comprised of managers, senior and professional occupations. The proliferation of knowledge-based businesses in the region means these sectors promise to grow even further. The future looks bright for the area, with major investment plans for Heathrow Airport, the A3 corridor, Woking rail junction and more infrastructure schemes in the pipeline.
Businesses operating in Elmbridge and Surrey
Surrey’s economic strength in combination with its focus on research and development have made it a major attraction for some of the UK’s largest corporations.
As well as being home to a wide range of knowledge-driven industries from advance automotive and communications to satellite technology and more, it is the base of operations for companies such as BP, McLaren, Proctor & Gamble, Siemens, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and many others.
Drawing fresh talent to the area on an annual basis, the University of Surrey possesses an international reputation as a Centre of Excellence in fields such as cybersecurity and space engineering. Its Research Park is home to over 100 tech start-ups and headquarters, specialising in science, health, engineering research and more, with a recent emphasis on business and enterprise encouraging students to undertake placements within their industry of focus.
Surrey also hosts a significant number of celebrated international schools, including the International School of London in Woking, ACS Cobham International School, ACS Egham International School and TASIS, and The American School in England.
Quality of life
The Elmbridge area has topped the lists in numerous quality of life surveys over the last decade, named the best place to live in the country for several consecutive years. Sometimes known as “England’s Beverley Hills” in the press, the region is decorated with very large homes, spacious gardens and beautiful, varied landscapes.
A number of famous faces, past and present, have resided here: Sir Cliff Richard, Mick Jagger, Beatles members George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr, as well as stars Kate Winslet, Gary Lineker and Andy Murray to name a few.
Nestled in an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there’s plenty on offer to make work life at Elder House a pleasure – from manicured horticultural gardens and historic mansions to leisurely attractions like the Brooklands Museum (for motoring and history buffs) as well as Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures, all easily accessible from this central location.
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