1 Draper Street, Royal Tunbridge wells - TN4 0PG
Situated between Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge, this Draper Street property offers businesses professional workspaces in a quiet village atmosphere. This Victorian warehouse has been transformed into serviced offices for small businesses in Southborough, Tunbridge Wells. Offices range from small suites for between one and two people to larger spaces for up to ten workstations.
These bright offices are smartly decorated and furnished with comfortable desks and seating. They also benefit from high-speed broadband connectivity that today’s businesses rely on to grow and succeed. There is a shared meeting room with seating for up to 12 people. Other features include communal kitchens, 24-hour access and CCTV security.
The office building is just off the A26 London Road, a vibrant hub with restaurants, shops and other convenient amenities. The A26 also links the area with Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and England’s southern coast as well as the M20 and M2 motorways to the north. Several town centres and transport hubs are close to this Southborough property. Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge town centres and rail stations are within ten minute drives of these offices, while Sevenoaks rail station is about 20 minutes away.
- Building Features
- Business Support
- Telephone answering
- IT / Telecomms
- AV equipment
- IT support
- Shared Internet
- 24-hour access
- Security system
- Services & Amenities
- Meeting rooms
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- Business park setting
- Close to mainline train station
- Modern building
- Non-branded offices
Local Area Info
Located between London, Kent, and Susex, Tunbridge Wells has been a top tourist destination since the 19th century. Tourism is still one of the town's most important economic activities, as 30 per cent of the total income is generated by this industry. There are more than 5,000 businesses in town, which provide 48,300 jobs, making unemployment levels very low at just over 1 per cent. In addition to tourism, the main sectors in Tunbridge Wells are professional and scientific services (20 per cent), construction (11 per cent), retail (8.6 per cent), and business services (8.6 per cent). The largest employers are the local NHS Trust, Axa PPP Healthcare, MCL Group, Sainsbury's, Kent Police, and the Borough Council.
Tunbridge Wells is connected to four major roads that go to Maidstone, Crawley, London, the South Coast, and Hastings. The town's two train station run services to and from London, Sevenoaks, Hastings, and Ashford, where international Eurostar trains to Paris and Brussels are available.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731