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Brentwood is a town and the principal settlement of the Borough of Brentwood, in the county of Essex in the east of England. It is located in the London commuter belt, 20 miles (30 km) east north-east of Charing Cross in London, and near the M25 motorway. Brentwood is an affluent suburban town with a small, but expanding, shopping area and high street. Beyond this is extensive sprawling residential development entirely surrounded by open countryside and woodland.
The town is increasingly suburban, but it does have a very rural feel, with trees, fields and open spaces all around the town; Shenfield Common is also less than one mile from town centre shops. In 2008, The Daily Telegraph found Brentwood to be Britain's 19th richest town. The newspaper cited Brentwood's private schools, open parks, good motorway access and a 35-minute train journey to London's Liverpool Street station as reasons why it was chosen. A significant proportion of residents, particularly those who live in the suburbs of Shenfield and Hutton, work in the financial services sector in London.
Several notable businesses are located in Brentwood. The Ford Motor Company's United Kingdom headquarters are located in the suburb of Warley, as are the property developer Countryside Properties. Hinge manufacturers NV Tools are based in the commuter suburb of Hutton. From the financial services sector, Equity Insurance Group, comprising Equity Red Star (Lloyd's syndicate 218), affinity provider Equity Direct Broking Limited and motorcycle insurance broker Bike Team, is headquartered in the town centre. The Bank of New York Mellon also have a substantial presence in the town. The previous and current headquarters of electronics company Amstrad are located in Brentwood.
Established as the most desirable office location on the north east sector of the M25, tenants with serviced offices in Brentwood have excellent access to all parts of London and the South East together with all London airports and the thriving M11 and A12 corridors.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Brentwood have some of the best transport links in Essex. Overground services, underground tube trains, buses and airports are all close-by, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around.
Airport Code: LCY
Distance from Brentwood, Essex: 23 miles (37km)
Airport Code: LHR
Distance from Brentwood, Essex: 47 miles (75km)
Airport Code: LGW
Distance from Brentwood, Essex: 48 miles (77km)
Airport Code: LTN
Distance from Brentwood, Essex: 47 miles (75km)
Airport Code: STN
Distance from Brentwood, Essex: 28 miles (45km)
Brentwood railway station is located to the south of the town and is served by National Express East Anglia stopping services between London Liverpool Street in the City of London and Shenfield.
Shenfield is a major station located in Shenfield in the borough of Brentwood in Essex, England. It lies on the Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) and links Liverpool Street station in the City of London to places in the East of England. The station is served by fast trains on the main line to London Liverpool Street and is also the eastern terminus of the Shenfield Metro service. It is planned that Crossrail will terminate here in 2018.
West Horndon station is a railway station located in West Horndon on the boundary between the boroughs of Brentwood and Thurrock, with the railway line forming a continuation of the boundary.
Brentwood serviced offices are served by a number of bus services, many being operated by First Essex. The other main public transport providers include Arriva Shires & Essex, Imperial Buses, Regal Busways and First London. London Buses route 498 links Romford with Brentwood and operates daily.
Epping on the London Underground is the north-eastern terminus of the Central Line. The station before Epping is Theydon Bois, which is about three minutes travelling time away. Epping station is in the Epping Forest District of Essex. It is one of eight London Underground stations in the district and is in Travelcard Zone 6.
Upminster station is a London Underground and National Rail station located in Upminster in the London Borough of Havering and in Travelcard Zone 6. Located 16 miles (26 km) east-northeast of Charing Cross, it is the easternmost station on the London Underground network and the eastern terminus of the District Line service.