Borehamwood is a town in southern Hertfordshire, located just 12.5 miles north of central London. With an estimated population of around 28,546, the town is compact, but still manages to fit a lot in. The town is also part of the London ‘Commuter Belt’, an area around London where it is deemed practical to commute into the capital. Although in the commuter belt, it is becoming just as regular for businesses to now have their own serviced offices in Borehamwood itself.
Borehamwood is also part of the civil parish of Elstree and Borehamwood, the first part of which is also a famous name in the town. Perhaps more famous than the town itself, the tv studios in Elstree, known as Elstree Film Studios, have been used for numerous James Bond FIlms, sections in the new Star Wars movies, and Big Brother is also filmed at Elstree Studios.
Other local attractions in Borehamwood include two museums in the form of the Barnet Museum and the RAF Museum. For shopping opportunities, Brent Cross Shopping Centre and Borehamwood Shopping Park are just a few miles away, along with several major shops and supermarkets.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Borehamwood have some of the best transport links in the south. Fantastic motorway links, trains, buses and airports are all close by and easy to access, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to your serviced offices in Borehamwood.
Airport Code: LHR
Distance from High Wycombe: 20 miles (32.18km)
Borehamwood’s main train station, Elstree & Borehamwood station, provides passengers with routes into central London via St Pancras, arriving at Kings Cross within 20 minutes, and provided by First Capital Connect on the Thameslink route. Journeys to additional UK destinations such as Sheffield are also provided by East Midlands Trains.
Serviced offices in Borehamwood are served by over 230 bus services and routes across town, provided by Arriva and The Shires & Essex Metroline Travel.
Motorway access to High Wycombe’s is served by the M40. The M40 has two junctions that connect to High Wycombe, those two junctions being junction 3 - for Loudwater and east High Wycombe, and junction 4 for Central Wycombe. The M25 and M4 are also close to High Wycombe, ensuring that businesses with serviced offices in High Wycombe can get around the town with ease.