As a former navy town, its no surprise that Chatham has a wealth of interesting maritime buildings and artefacts which attract a high number of tourists. Chatham Historic Dockyard is the biggest draw, housing the submarine HMS Ocelot, amongst other naval attractions. The dockyard closed in 1984 and although part of it is now a commercial dockyard, much of the industry here has shifted from seafaring to the finance sector.
Travel into central London is easy from Chatham, with regular train services running to London Victoria, London Charing Cross and St Pancras International. The links to Dover are excellent, should you need to cross the Channel and convenient bus services link the town to the rest of Kent and London.
For a meeting roomin an environment where art, design and craft businesses are flourishing, look no further than The Joiner’s Shop in the Historic Dockyard. These meeting rooms are available for hire by the hour and can be used for anything from training purposes to conferences.
Fully serviced offices are available for hire in our Chatham business centre. Alternatively, if you would rather be closer to the action with a London office space, there are plenty of options available to suit your needs.