ABINGDON

ABINGDON

Commercial interiors and refurbishment services, Abingdon

Just half a mile off the A34, Abingdon Business Park users are able to get into Oxford city centre in less than half an hour. The M4 is a short trip away down the A34, and the M40 is just 17 miles to the north.

Didcot Parkway and Oxford mainline train stations are both within 10 miles, meaning Birmingham New Street can be reached in 72 minutes and London Paddington in just 45! Connectivity by air is equally good – 60 minutes to London Heathrow, 70 minutes to Birmingham International and 75 minutes to Luton.

Buildings in Abingdon Town Centre. England. Architecture.

Digital connectivity, as opposed to physical connectivity, is served by an ultra-fast fibre Broadband network, installed across the site and providing Broadband speeds of up to 5Gbps – 5000 Mbps for uploads and downloads.

If you were to take a look at the Abingdon Business Park website, you will immediately appreciate how well Abingdon Business Park is located and served. It is described as being at “the heart of Oxfordshire’s economic and knowledge corridor”. Unsurprisingly, it has a strong R&D occupier base, no doubt attracted by the nearby presence of two world class research universities.

Abingdon, as a town, is a ‘go-to’ destination in its own right; an historic market town set on the banks of the River Thames, offering riverside walks, café culture, gastro dining and independent shops clustered around a medieval marketplace.

Other locational benefits

With our business premises being in Reading, Glenside Commercial Interiors can reach Abingdon in under an hour. We are very familiar with the town and with the district of South Oxfordshire, together with the local demographics and economic profile. There are dynamic enterprises engaged in cutting edge research, light and heavy industry, as well as in commercial and service sectors that have located in Abingdon and the surrounding Oxfordshire and Thames Valley region. We are both well positioned geographically and have the wide-ranging industry experience to respond to any business based in Abingdon (or considering a move to Abingdon) that requires skilled professional commercial interiors and refurbishment specialists.

Glenside Commercial Interiors is based just 45 minutes away in the town of Reading. We know the area of Abingdon, South Oxfordshire and the economic geography of the area extremely well. We understand the vertical markets of cutting edge research, light and heavy industry, commercial and service industries that have located in Abingdon and the surrounding Oxfordshire and Thames Valley region. We are well positioned geographically and in terms of extensive industry experience to respond to any business based in Abingdon (or looking to move to Abingdon) that is looking for a company skilled in commercial interiors and refurbishments.

Indeed, we did just that when we completed an office refurbishment project for a software company based in Abingdon. Our extensive office redesign and fit-out experience and services meant we were able to rationalise our client’s three work sites into one whilst delivering an innovative and collaborative new working environment – all within budget, space and time constraints.

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