HEMEL HEMPSTEAD REGENERATION

There are three regeneration zones in Hemel Hempstead

Zone 1 - Town Centre - Click here for more information

Zone 2 - Maylands Business park - Click here for more information

Zone 3 - Two Waters* - Click here for more information

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD REGENERATION

How to find the development

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LONDON LIVING ON YOUR DOORSTEP

Living within a 10 minute walk of Hemel Hempstead station, with a fast and frequent rail service from London Euston in as little as 24 minutes, all the benefits of a London lifestyle are virtually on your doorstep.

Take advantage of the amazing employment, cultural, leisure and entertainment opportunities that London has to offer, but come home to green space, fresh air and a gentler, more relaxing pace. 

London skyline
london tube
London theatre land

AN EASY COMMUTE THE CITY - AND BEYOND

A perfect location for travelling further afield by road, rail and air.

By Rail

  • Euston 24 mins
  • Oxford Circus 37 mins
  • Knightsbridge 47 mins
  • Liverpool Street 61 mins

By Road

  • M25 3.6 miles
  • M1 4.2 miles
  • Watford 8 miles
  • Luton Airport 12 miles
  • Heathrow Airport 28 miles
AN EASY COMMUTE THE CITY - AND BEYOND

OUTSTANDING EDUCATION FACILITIES

Primary schools - Hemel Hempstead and the surrounding area is home to a number of high performing primary and secondary schools, including the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated Two Waters Primary School less than a mile from the development. Boxmoor, Tudor and Belswains Primary Schools, all with ‘Good’ Ofsted ratings, are also close by. 

Secondary schools - include The Hemel Hempstead School, Longdean School, the independent Abbot’s Hill School for girls and the Lockers Park School for boys. 

Independent schools - The renowned Rudolph Steiner School is just 3 miles away in nearby King’s Langley, whilst Chesham Grammar School, Berkhamsted School and Tring Park School for the Performing Arts are also all within easy driving distance.

OUTSTANDING EDUCATION FACILITIES

OUTDOORS IN AND AROUND HEMEL HEMPSTEAD

Hemel Hempstead is renowned for its urban parklands and green open spaces. 

The Beacon overlooks the ancient Boxmoor green space, a delightful wildlife conservation area with the Grand Union Canal running through its centre. This oasis of green between the town centre and the station is home to both Hemel Hempstead Town Cricket Club and also Boxmoor Cricket Club, dating back over 150 years. 

Gadebridge Park, a green wedge of urban countryside running from the northern edge into the heart of the town along the Gade valley, provides acres of space for recreation, including bowling, crazy golf, petanque, croquet, giant chess and play areas. 

Excellent golf courses in the area include Shendish Manor in Apsley, with its stunning Victorian manor house hotel and 160 acres of parkland, and the fabulous Grove Golf Resort at nearby Chandler’s Cross with a championship golf course and luxury hotel and spa.


A WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT

The Arts

The Old Town Hall Arts Centre theatre runs a diverse programme of music, comedy, theatre and dance and hosts regular exhibitions from local artists.

On screen and much more

At Jarman Square, the 17 Screen IMAX Empire Cinema has all the latest film releases. Here you can also find Planet Ice skating rink and many well-known restaurant chains. 


A GREAT PLACE FOR SHOPPING

A shopper's paradise

The Marlowes Shopping Centre, Hemel’s popular indoor shopping mall, offers many of the top high street brands along with a choice of independent boutiques, whilst Riverside, nestled alongside the river Gade features a wide array of high street stores and a bustling café culture.

A stroll along the historic Old Town’s High Street uncovers delightful antique shops, boutiques and an eclectic monthly market displaying local produce and crafts.

Victorian, Georgian and Tudor buildings line the stone paved footpaths of this pretty cobbled street, where quaint pubs, retro bars and cosmopolitan restaurants offer a huge selection of places to eat and drink.

A choice of supermarkets in the town includes a Sainsbury's superstore in nearby London Road, less than a mile from the development

marlowes shopping
ladies shopping
old hemel hempstead

A REAL SENSE OF COMMUNITY

Community areas are beautifully appointed, combining comfort and security with a sense of luxurious exclusivity.


Communal area features

  • Superbly equipped gymnasium with showers
  • Private ground floor café with patio area
  • Cinema and function room for exclusive resident’s use
  • Resident’s quiet reading area ‘The Library’ and decked areas provided in the roof garden
Gym
coffee
Cinema

EXCITING SPORTS AND LEISURE

A fantastic range of sports facilities in the town encourages an active lifestyle, including Sportspace, Dacorum Sports Trust’s superbly appointed sports leisure centre, XC Extreme, a world class extreme sports facility in Jarman Square and The Snow Centre, London’s closest indoor real snow slope, a top destination in the town for indoor skiing and snowboarding.

The great outdoors - Hemel Hempstead is renowned for its urban parklands and green open spaces. The Beacon overlooks the ancient Boxmoor green space, a delightful wildlife conservation area with the Grand Union Canal running through its centre. This oasis of green between the town centre and the station is home to both Hemel Hempstead Town Cricket Club and also Boxmoor Cricket Club, dating back over 150 years. 

Gadebridge Park - a green expanse of urban countryside running from the northern edge into the heart of the town along the Gade valley, provides acres of space for recreation, including bowling, crazy golf, petanque, croquet, giant chess and play areas. 

Excellent golf courses in the area include Shendish Manor in Apsley, with its stunning Victorian manor house hotel and 160 acres of parkland, and the fabulous Grove Golf Resort at nearby Chandler’s Cross with a championship golf course and luxury hotel and spa.

Golf
Skiing
Biking

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