Heathrow is 14 mi (23 km) west of central London. The airport is surrounded by the villages of Sipson, Harlington, Harmondsworth, and Longford to the north and the neighbourhoods of Cranford and Hatton to the east.
To the south lie Feltham, Bedfont and Stanwell while to the west Heathrow is separated from Wraysbury, Horton and Windsor in Berkshire by the M25 motorway. Heathrow falls entirely within the boundaries of the London Borough of Hillingdon, and under the Twickenham postcode area, with the postcode TW6. The airport is located within the Hayes and Harlington parliamentary constituency.
We have exceptional office space located directly opposite Heathrow Airport. Companies who already reside at Heathrow Boulevard include: Acer UK Ltd, The British Airline Pilots Association, Kuwait Airlines, Wise Technical Ltd, and Beumer Group Ltd.
Local retail facilities can be found at Sovereign Court – within walking distance, as are a number of hotels on Bath Road which provide restaurant and bar facilities.
Get to know Heathrow
Superb transport links
Heathrow has easy access to the M4 and M25 motorways that provide rapid access to Central London and the rest of the national motorway network.
The arterial A4 / Bath Road is a well-established office location with other occupiers based in the locality including: British Airways, Boeing UK Ltd, Heathrow Airport Holdings Ltd, Omniserv Ltd and Grohe Ltd.
From Bath Road, there is a frequent scheduled bus service with bus stops close to Heathrow Boulevard having direct links to Heathrow Airport – the world’s busiest international airport, providing flights to all principal destinations around the globe.
Public transport connections from Heathrow Airport are excellent, with the Piccadilly Underground Line and Paddington Express providing regular services into Central London. While the Paddington Express enables 15-minute journey times to Paddington Station every 15 minutes, Heathrow Central Bus Station provides National Express bus services to major towns and cities throughout the United Kingdom.
World’s second biggest airport
Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic, as well as the third busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the seventh busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. It is one of six international airports serving the London region. In 2019, it handled a record 80.8 million passengers, a 0.9% increase from 2018. The airport facility is owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings.
It goes without saying that basing a business a Heathrow is perfect for companies needing quick and easy access to national and international travel.
We are delighted with the new offices. They are in a very convenient location with great transport links locally, regionally and internationally. What also appealed was the abundance of natural light which is an ideal environment in which to train leading surgeons and hospital staff who come into us on a regular basis.