Originally a small market town in Wiltshire, Swindon has grown exponentially in the last century due to its close links between London and Bristol. During the first half of the 20th Century Swindon was famed for its railway works as the town's largest employer. However, the modern day development has seen the town forge links between its railway heritage and its future in tertiary sectors.
Swindon is located between junctions 15 and 16 on the M4 motorway, providing direct road access to the South West and London. The town also contains the infamous 'Magic Roundabout', five roundabouts with the central point as a contra-rotational hub, connecting the town's major routes. Swindon is also on the Great Western Main Line connecting London and South Wales.
Although Swindon is now considered an urban centre, two thirds of the borough remains rural and very much retains its rustic charm. If you would like to discuss commercial opportunities in Swindon for your business then drop us a line today using our enquiry form or by calling the Pall Mall Estates team.