St George’s Business Park, Sittingbourne - ME10 3TB

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Property Features

A modern business park offering a range of 61 offices, studios and workshops on an easy-in/easy-out monthly licence agreement, allowing flexibility for growth without the commitment of a long-term agreement. The licence fee includes on-site management, maintenance and repair, building insurance, refuse collection, security, water rates and cleaning of common areas. The centre benefits from a state-of-the-art digital telecoms system for telephone and broadband on a month-by-month basis, as well as a range of business support services including meeting rooms, reception, postal, photocopying and administration services, as well as a virtual office package.

Located on the Eurolink Industrial Estate at the junction of Eurolink Way and Castle Road with good access to Sittingbourne town centre, the A2, M2 and M20 and within an hour of cross channel services.


Sittingbourne Railway Station
M2 Junction 5
London Manston

Transportation

Sittingbourne Railway Station
M2 Junction 5
London Manston

Services Available

  • Business Support
  • Administrative support
  • Reception services
  • Telephone answering
  • IT / Telecomms
  • AV equipment
  • ISDN
  • IT support
  • Shared Internet
  • Telecoms
  • Security
  • 24-hour access
  • Security system
  • Services & Amenities
  • Beverages
  • Conference facilities
  • Meeting rooms
  • Workspace Features
  • Business park setting
  • Close to mainline train station
  • Modern building


Local Area Info


The industrial town of Sittingbourne is emerging as a commuter town for London because of its location. Thanks to its position on the train line linking with Victoria and St. Pancras International stations, residents can reach London in approximately one hour.

Traditionally, Sittingbourne's economy has been based on brick-making thanks to local clay and chalk deposits. During the industrial revolution, the town emerged as an important port used to transport produce from Kent to markets in London. The town was also an important hub for paper mills, with paper manufacturing beginning in the area in the 18th century.

Today, residential developments are solidifying Sittingbourne as a major commuter town. However, traditional economic activities such as paper manufacturing, water transport and cement production remain. The nearby M2 and M20 motorways connect the town to Greater London and beyond, while rail services provide convenient connections to London and Europe via Ebbsfleet International.



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