THE PLACE
TO BE

Maidenhead is the Thames Valley’s leading office location

It is easy to access from junction 8/9 of the M4 and has an excellent rail service which will soon include the Elizabeth Line. It has attracted some leading companies from a range of sectors.

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MILES DRIVE TO M4
(JUNCTION 8/9)
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MINS TRAIN JOURNEY
TO READING
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MINS TRAIN JOURNEY
TO LONDON PADDINGTON
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MILES DRIVE TO
HEATHROW AIRPORT
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Maidenhead is highly accessible, being situated between the M4 and M40 motorways.

Its mainline train station provides fast and regular services to London, which will further improve with the opening of the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail).

Road Miles
M4 (Junction 8/9) 2
M40 (Junction 4) 8
M25 (Junction 15) 10
Central London 25
Rail (at fastest)
Reading (GWR) 15 mins
London Paddington (GWR) 18 mins
Heathrow Airport 32 mins
Air Miles
Heathrow Airport 15
Luton Airport 42
Gatwick Airport 50

TOWN CENTRE
LIFE

MAIDENHEAD IS LOCATED ON THE RIVER THAMES AND OFFERS ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ENVIRONMENTS IN THE THAMES VALLEY INCLUDING SOME OF THE UK's FOREMOST RESTAURANTS INCLUDING THE FAT DUCK AND THE WATERSIDE INN.

Town centre facilities include a wide range of national retailers and restaurant amenities including the nearby Coppa Club and Roux at Skindles. An Odeon multiscreen cinema, Nicholsons Shopping Centre, David Lloyd Leisure and Premier Inn Hotel are close at hand.

These will be enhanced by major ‘Heart of Maidenhead’ schemes, including: The Landing Redevelopment, Chapel Arches and The Nicholsons Quarter.

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MAIDENHEAD'S
NEW HEART

£400m PLANS TO CREATE 'MAIDENHEAD'S NEW HEART' IN PLACE OF ITS 1970s SHOPPING CENTRE WERE REVEALED IN SUMMER 2020.

The spectacular masterplan sees the Nicholson Centre demolished and replaced with a mixed use development containing over 600 flats, offices and more than 60 new shops and restaurants.

The Nicholson Quarter is designed around a range of open streets and spaces and is a complete regeneration of land between the station and 22 Market Street. The nearby Brewery Yard and White Hart Yard have been identified for leisure amenities, bars and cafés.

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