The Chilterns comprises a development scheme of 8 units, constructed in two phases, with the subject three units part of Phase 1. Each unit is self-contained, two storey, and constructed in 2007 of steel frame with brick faced and glazed elevations and pitched roofs.

The specification comprises open plan floor plates with each floor having a shared lobby area, stairwell, toilets and passenger lift.

There are suspended grid ceilings with recessed lighting, full access raised floors, comfort cooling throughout and a 24 hour CCTV security system.


Stokenchurch is located 6 miles west of High Wycombe, and 18 miles east of Oxford, and is served by Junction 5 of the M40 Motorway, and the A40.

The M40 provides rapid links to the M25 London Orbital Motorway (Junction 16) some 18 miles to the east, and Oxford, Banbury and the West Midlands to the north-west, where the M40 joins the M42 and M6. Birmingham is circa 85 miles distant.

Main line rail services are available at High Wycombe with a fastest journey time to London (Marylebone) of 35 minutes.

Alternatively the Chiltern Line services at Thame (8 miles to the north) also provide direct links to Marylebone.