The Gatwick Diamond is located just 35 minutes from central London with London Gatwick Airport at its heart. Many global companies and innovative enterprises have chosen the area for their regional headquarters.
EMW, the commercial law firm, is proud to announce the appointments of Sarah Naylor and Frank Bouette, both currently partners at Top 20 law firm Irwin Mitchell.
ASLEF drivers have accepted a proposed resolution to the long-running dispute with Southern Railways.
The Centre for Cities, a national research and policy institute, has published a new report entitled “The Economic Geography of the Gatwick Diamond”. It says that the Gatwick Diamond’s GVA has grown to £24bn in 2015 making it one of the UK’s best performing areas.
Gatwick Airport has won an award at the London Construction Awards event in recognition of its programme of work to develop its North Terminal, which completed last year.
The Gatwick Diamond Initiative is a business-led strategic partnership focused on creating the right conditions for growth for existing and inbound businesses.
The area is home to global brands so you are in good company - from medical technologies, devices and life sciences to advanced manufacturing and a vibrant professional services sector, supported by an excellent education and R&D base.
With plenty of office, industrial and light industrial premises available, our strategic location offers exciting opportunities for companies located here. There's no better place for your business investment.
Businesses in the Gatwick Diamond have a better than ever opportunity to trade internationally. Last year alone, Gatwick Airport added more than twenty new services to worldwide destinations and forged new partnerships with a host of airlines.
01 November 2017
The Centre for Cities has published a new report entitled “The Economic Geography of the Gatwick Diamond”. Analysts found that the Gatwick Diamond area performs well above the national average on a range of economic indicators, including its productivity levels, share of high-skilled jobs and track-record of attracting foreign investment. However, the report also highlights some challenges ahead. To find out more, download the Centre for Cities report here.
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