Leatherhead is a town in the County of Surrey, England. The town is found on the River Mole, otherwise known as part of Mole Valley district. Leatherhead is thought to be of Saxon origin. Neighbouring towns include Chessington, Epsom and Oxshott.
An historic market town, Leatherhead is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and is highly regarded after being known as the gateway to the outstanding Surrey Hills. With excellent motorway links - the town is just off Junction 9 of the M25 - and a vibrant business centre with many national and multi-national companies, it’s no wonder why so many businesses are now choosing to have their serviced offices in Leatherhead.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Leatherhead have good access to motorway links, overground train services, buses and only an hour’s drive to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Buses and trains are in plentiful supply, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around, to, and from Leatherhead.
Airport Code: LGW
Distance from Leatherhead: 22.2 miles (35.7km)
Airport Code: LHR
Distance from Leatherhead: 25.5 miles (41.03km)
Businesses with serviced offices in Leatherhead are served by one station in Leatherhead - Leatherhead railway station. The station provides passengers with routes northwards to London Waterloo, London Victoria, and Wimbledon where it connects with the London Underground and Tramlink. The station also has routes south to Dorking, Horsham, Guildford and many routes to the south coast, to destinations such as Littlehampton and Chichester
Serviced offices in Leatherhead are served by a number of different bus routes, including buses to Kingston, Epsom, Dorking and the surrounding villages of Ashtead, Bookham and Fetcham.
The main London to Worthing road, the A24, runs though Leatherhead. This makes travel to and from serviced offices in Leatherhead incredibly easy. Leatherhead is also close to the M25 motorway, which lies to the north of the town, with Leatherhead being accessible from Junction 9.