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in Heathrow puts you in convenient reach of the following areas:-
Hounslow: Many international companies have their offices in Hounslow along the Great Western Road, which links the centre of London with Heathrow and all points West
Hayes: Companies such as United Biscuits, Nestle and EMI are based in Hayes, which additionally has strong historic links with the aviation industry.
West Drayton: this commuter area is strongly associated with the railway industry but is also a conservation area, with a number of important listed buildings.
Staines: BUPA, Logica, CMG, Siemens, British Gas and Samsung Electronics are just some of the companies that have chosen Staines as their UK base.
Ashford: this affluent commuter area is close to Heathrow. Its notable corporate residents include BP International.
Windsor: Windsor is probably best known for its historic royal castle, which is still a primary residence for HM The Queen. Adjoining Windsor is Eton, with its famous public school.
Maidenhead: Maidenhead is a popular Thameside commuter area beside the M4 motorway. Its industries span IT, pharmaceuticals, plastics and telecomms, with a variety of multinationals based there.
Swindon: 80 miles West of London, Swindon stands next to the M4 motorway and Great Western rail line. Originally a railway town it has transformed itself since the late 70s into a major commercial centre. Companies include Honda, WH Smith, Alcatel-Lucent Technologies, Cardinal Health, BMW/Mini, Intel and Zurich
Bracknell: Close to Reading and the M4 motorway, Bracknell is a large new town that developed on the back of the high tech revolution 50 years ago. Companies resident there include Panasonic, Fujitsu, Siemens, Hewlett-Packard, Honeywell, Novell and Oracle.
Marlow: Straddling the Thames, Marlow is one of the UKs most desirable locations in which to live and work. Companies based in or near the town include Volvo, Tektronix and Rank Xerox.
Thames Valley: The Thames Valley is a term used to describe a large area of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. It is an important high tech / industrial region, encompassing towns that include Reading, Oxford, Slough, Bracknell and Maidenhead.