How to Find Us
by carM3 Southbound: exit at junction 11 and continue south 5 miles to Fair Oak, turn left (East) onto Mortimer’s Lane for 0.7 miles, turn right (South) onto Knowle Lane for 0.2 miles, then left turn into East Horton Business Park. M27 Westbound: exit at junction 7 and take Charles Watts Way/A334, Tollbar Way/B3342, Bubb Ln and Botley Rd/B3354 to Knowle Ln. Follow Knowle Ln (0.9 miles), then right turn into East Horton Business Park. M27 Eastbound: exit at junction 5 and continue on A335 to Bishopstoke Rd/B3037 then turn left onto Botley Rd/B3354 for 200m, then right onto Knowle Ln. Follow Knowle Ln (0.9 miles), then right turn into East Horton Business Park.
parkingParking is available on-site in designated visitor spaces.
Southampton, on the beautiful South coast of the UK, marks the latest step in our firm’s expansion. Opened in June 2017, the office is ideally placed to serve the many technology-rich businesses in the region, and it provides us with ready access to other parts of the South coast and the marine, ship-building and naval industries for which it is famous.
Southampton has a proud industrial and technological heritage, too – the legendary ‘Spitfire’ aircraft was designed and developed here, and the city is home to Ordnance Survey, the UK’s national (and world-renowned) mapping agency. Its shipping legacy also remains strong: it is home to a great many luxury cruise liners, is the largest freight port on the coast of the English Channel, and the annual ‘Southampton Boat Show’ – held on water – is one of the largest in Europe.
Please note: Information highlighted in orange text, reflects changes made during the last 7 days.
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