Office space up to 70% cheaper
than in central London
Horsham is a picturesque market town surrounded by countryside, with the Surrey Hills to the north and the Sussex Downs to the south. Its stunning location and quick transport links to London, Gatwick, Brighton and beyond have made it a popular place to do business. Today, investment is flooding into this thriving part of West Sussex, with everything from new retail areas to housing. Above all, the council wants to attract new businesses.
Horsham’s a safe, affluent place to live and work. It’s got lots of great restaurants and pubs, and no fewer than five golf courses nearby. With plenty of local talent to draw on, and office space up to 70% cheaper than in London, what are you waiting for?
Learn More About Horsham
GATWICK IS 25 MINUTES AWAY
Horsham Transport Links
Horsham has excellent transport links. London is around an hour away by rail, and there are seven trains every hour. In the other direction, it’s 55 minutes to Brighton, and Gatwick Airport is only 20 minutes away! There are regular services to Portsmouth, Southampton, Chichester, and Peterborough too, and easy connections to the Surrey commuter belt.
If you’re driving, the A23/M23 runs from Brighton to London, and can be easily reached from Horsham, while Gatwick is 25 minutes away.
PLENTY OF NETWORKING CHOICE
With so many businesses in Horsham, there are networking opportunities galore.
Places to Eat and Drink
As well as catering for steak lovers, there’s an excellent vegetarian and vegan menu too.
Top quality Italian food in a relaxed, authentic atmosphere.
Overlooking Islington Green, this local favourite serves up authentic Afghan home cooking.
This gastropub serves up great steaks and burgers, and the Sunday roasts are to die for. No wonder the locals love it.
Situated within the nearby Surrey hills, Denbies Wine Estate is England’s biggest vineyard. As well as offering year-round tours and wine-tasting, there are two restaurants – The Gallery for lunch, and The Vineyard for dinner. Perfect for a summer day out.
Are your clients more of the active, fun-loving type? Well, why not treat them to a day of quad biking, clay pigeon shooting or archery at Tulley’s Farm, just outside Crawley. They may leave with muddy wellies, but they certainly won’t forget having fun in the great outdoors.
If you fancy going up, up, and away, there’s nothing like a good old-fashioned hot air balloon ride. The Sussex countryside might not be Cappadocia, but it has its own charms.
From one of the UK’s best-rated escape rooms, to a summer sunflower field and more, there’s always something happening at Tulleys Farm.