Longcross has its own railway station, with half-hourly services direct to London Waterloo and Reading. Rail journey time to London is 48 minutes.
There’s also easy access to several airports. London’s main airport, Heathrow, is a 20 minute drive away, as is Farnborough. Fairoaks Airport, meanwhile, is only 10 minutes away.
Longcross is well served by road. It’s just a short drive from Junctions 11 or 13 of the M25 London Orbital Motorway, and close to Junction 3 of the M3.
A shuttle bus service is now in operation at Longcross. It has been introduced to link residents and Longcross employees to some local destinations within a 6 mile radius. Download more information here or visit www.runnymede.gov.uk to register for this service.
Longcross has its own station
to London Waterloo
to Heathrow Airport
to Reading Station
*ALL TIMES BY CAR
Longcross’s location is strategically placed on the Western M25 with excellent proximity to London and Heathrow. It has long been a prime destination for companies seeking prestige, excellent communication and access to a highly skilled workforce.
As a result, Longcross Park rubs shoulders with some of the UK’s major corporate HQs, providing a pool of talent and a host of valuable business connections.
850,000 SQ FT OF HIGH-QUALITY HQ OFFICE SPACE CONFIGURED TO YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS, LEISURE FACILITIES, GREAT TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS AND 200 QUALITY HOMES.
First impressions count. For those arriving by car, the impressive new entrance on Chobham Lane will confirm Longcross Park as a worthy international business HQ.
Longcross Park is served by its very own railway station, with trains to London and Reading running every half hour.
Longcross will be more than a business park, it will be a real neighbourhood complete with cafes, restaurants, a gym, creche and convenience store.
Providing a focal point for the whole community, this landmark building will house a coffee shop, delicatessen and studio space.
There will be one space for every 270 sq ft of net office floor space, which equates to approximately 330 spaces for a 90,000 sq ft building.
Cutting edge technologies, including photovoltaic panels, solar water heating and rainwater harvesting will create savings and reduce environmental impacts.