Like the neighbouring towns of Hatfield, St Albans, Watford, and Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead is an integral part of the London commuter belt. Earmarked as a so-called ‘new town’ for regeneration after the Second World War, Hemel Hempstead saw the very swift development of many houses, shops and pubs in the 1940s and 1950s. Much of the town’s new architecture was modernist in style and, although not all of it has withstood the passing decades, it retains some of the gorgeous aesthetic of this era.
As well as unique architecture, workers and business owners looking to move to Hemel Hempstead can expect to enjoy a friendly town awash with excellent amenities and attractions. As well as top-quality restaurants, shops and bars, the town is known for its eclectic sports facilities – great for those who like to stay active out-of-hours. To find out more about moving your business to Hemel Hempstead, take a look at our selection of modern serviced offices.