Located on the A325, just a mile and a half from Farnborough town centre and Farnborough (Main) train station, Queensgate is well placed as a base for commuters with connections to London Waterloo in less than 40 minutes and Reading in under half an hour. Junctions 4 and 4A of the M3 motorway are only a short drive away.
Aside from the traditional town centre retailers, the Meads and Princes Mead shopping centres provide the twin retail outlets for Farnborough. The Meads opens every day until midnight and consists of 80 shops including national brands and an array of bars, cafés and restaurants. The addition of a recently opened Vue cinema all contribute to a vibrant evening economy.
The key feature of the countryside around Farnborough is the Blackwater Valley connecting the borders of Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire. The landscape contains some of the last remnants of heathland in England and is home to several country parks, woodlands and sites of special scientific interest (SSSI), all providing a range of activities for young and old alike. The River Blackwater, the sleepy Basingstoke Canal and the Cove Brook Greenway provide peaceful backdrops for those seeking to gently appreciate nature and the great outdoors.
Farnborough is considered the birthplace of British aviation and continues its association with aerospace today, most notably with the biennial International Air Show and the International Conference and Exhibition Centre. The influence of the aerospace industry permeates the town, becoming the home to a number of technology and telecoms businesses providing good local employment opportunities.
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