If you’ve got international clients or offices abroad, it doesn’t come any easier than having serviced offices in Gatwick. Located just three miles north of the centre of Crawley, and just over 28 miles south of Central London, Gatwick is London's second largest international airport and one of the busiest in Europe.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Gatwick, with one of the world’s most popular airports on their doorstep, have some of the best transport links in Britain. Fantastic motorway links, overground train services, buses and of course, Gatwick airport, are all plentiful and easy to access. Serviced Offices in Gatwick ensure that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to and from Gatwick.
Airport Code: LGW
Airport Code: LHR
Distance from Gatwick: 24 miles (38.62km)
Businesses with serviced offices in Gatwick have a wealth of train options at their disposal. Gatwick airport even has its own station, which lies next to South Terminal. The station is incredibly popular with commuters and travel passengers alike, and provides access to the Brighton Main Line, down to London Bridge and London Victoria.
Other destinations from Gatwick Airport include First Capital Connect’s Luton Airport service, and First Great Western trains’ direct rail link with Reading and connections with Oxford and the West.
Air travel may be the area’s biggest form of transport, but if your business has serviced offices in Gatwick, you will also have access to some of Britain’s best bus and coach services. National Express Coaches travel to many of the UK’s most popular cities and destinations, including Heathrow and Stanstead Airports.
Gatwick’s local bus services connect the North and South terminals with neighbouring towns and villages including Crawley, Horley, Redhill, Horsham and other destinations.
Serviced offices in Gatwick are connected to numerous motorway links around the airport. The airport itself is accessed at junction 9A of the M23, which links to the main M23 motorway, which also connects with London's orbital motorway, the M25.
Although the M23 is often used as the main route for traffic to the airport, Gatwick can also be accessed by the A23, which serves Horley and Redhill to the north and Crawley and Brighton to the south. The A217 provides access northwards to the local town of Reigate.