The offices at The Beehive Gatwick Airport are fully flexible and serviced to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of businesses. The office environment we create is strategically designed to help businesses flourish.
Every office is fitted with the latest IT and telecoms solutions to provide unrivalled broadband speeds along with the latest telephony capable of supporting a variety of recording and monitoring software.
Each office is personally configured by our sales and management team providing office space to suit your choices and requirements, creating a hassle-free move. This process is known as our “Perfect Move In” and will be explained to you in detail prior to completion of contracts.
All the offices are unbranded but our clients are welcome to brand their own offices in a manner which best reflects their business. Corporate name boards and logos can also be situated in prominent areas.
You will benefit from being able to call the building your own whilst using it to help promote the prestige of your company. We aim to provide a fantastic working environment for the people in your business. The space we offer is totally flexible enabling business’ to expand in a matter of days when necessary.
The Beehive is a well known, listed, Art Deco building originally built in 1936 as one of the UK’s first airport terminal buildings. The Beehive was awarded an Aeronautical Heritage award in July 2011 to highlight its contribution to the art and science of aeronautics in the UK. It originally made news as the world’s first circular passenger terminal and will have great appeal to those businesses with an interest or connection with aviation.
The Beehive retains its striking white Art Deco exterior whilst its interior has been completely renovated and fitted out with state-of-the-art technology and stylish facilities thereby creating a productive and enjoyable working environment.
This building will provide your company with a memorable and unique office base and is a must see. The Beehive is recognised as a major centre for business and commerce, offering excellent communications with Gatwick Airport, the M25/M3/M4 motorway network and A30/A4 into London.
Staines railway station provides a regular service to London Waterloo (fastest time 31 minutes). Ash House is situated at the eastern end of Staines on Fairfield Avenue, joining directly into London Road, which links with the Crooked Billet roundabout.
From here, it is possible to reach the M25 within a minute or head eastbound into London on the A30. Staines railway station is only a short walk from the building, and the town has a good cycle path network, making it ideal for all types of commuter.