Why choose commercial property in Hampton

Young professionals and families are attracted to Hampton by its excellent reputation for schools, lush green spaces and proximity to Central London. There’s a lot going on in such a small area. Hampton village is home to world famous Hampton Court Palace and gardens, as well as a number of independent, boutique stores along the Station Road area.

Hampton is just 35 minutes from Waterloo, with trains running into and out of Central London to Hampton every half an hour. Frequent bus services also serve Hampton from Kingston and Richmond.

While much of the local economy is underpinned by workers who commute to adjacent counties via the M3 and M4 corridor, an increasing number of new and growing companies are situating themselves in this historic area without having to involve themselves with the costs attributed to a Central London office postcode.

Hampton is increasingly becoming home to young scientists and professionals with the National Physical Laboratory the biggest employer in the area.

Entertainment and nightlife out of office hours is laid back, with a host of pubs and restaurants dotted along the banks of the Thames. Bushy Park, with its beautiful parkland and riverside walks, is also close at hand.