The Hub, Farnborough - GU14 7JF
This award-winning Art Deco style building has a noteworthy historical background and an ideal setting. Clients at this centre can expect a business park location, with a host of useful amenities all within a close proximity, including an on-site café/restaurant, hotel and children's day nursery. Clients will also enjoy the use of a modern reception area as well as fully serviced offices available on flexible terms, professional meeting rooms, kitchen and lounge areas, on-site support staff, and state-of-the-art technology. This centre offers all-inclusive pricing, so you can move in with peace of mind that there will be no unexpected costs each month.
This centre is located just 2.5 miles from junction 4a, 3 miles from junction 4 of the M3, and offers easy access to Farnborough Town Centre. Farnborough railway station is located close to the park and offers a direct link to London Waterloo. A shuttle bus provides frequent service from the park to the town centre and railway station during peak travel times. Being just 15 miles from the M25, both Heathrow and Gatwick airports are also easily accessible. And the business Park is adjacent to Farnborough Airport, London's premier private jet gateway.
- Building Features
- Business Support
- Reception services
- IT / Telecomms
- IT support
- Shared Internet
- 24-hour access
- Services & Amenities
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- Access to other centres worldwide
- Business park setting
- Modern building
Local Area Info
The town of Farnborough, in Hampshire, has a population of 50,000 and is part of the larger Aldershot Urban Area. Farnborough's economy has enjoyed a period of growth even in the middle of the financial crisis, and currently has high rates of entrepreneurship and business development opportunities. The aerospace industry is one of the main sources of employment in town, and some large corporations like BAE Systems have offices at Farnborough's Aerospace Centre and Business Park. Other key employers are Nokia, AON Consulting, Getronics, and Thomson Directories.
The town is the home of the Farnborough Airshow, a major international aerospace industry trade fair. Farnborough is also the base for the Air Accidents Investigation Branch and the Farnborough Aerodrome, the site of Britain's first powered flight in 1908. Several technology and aerospace firms are based at two key business parks in Farnborough, including the Farnborough Aerospace Centre. One of the centre's main tenants is BAE Systems. The town is also home to IQ Farnborough, a new business development with housing and an aviation library.
There are three train stations serving Farnborough. These provide transport links with Aldershot, London Waterloo, Basingstoke, Southampton, Woking, Reading, Gatwick airport, and Guildford. Farnborough's location on the M3 offers easy access to Surrey and other parts of Hampshire.
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