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Here at GDL Interiors we aim to make the most effective use of you business space through our office design and office decoration services in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. We offer a fully comprehensive and cost effective range of office design and office decoration services including redecoration, space planning, office partitioning and complete re-fits of all workplace interiors including offices, call centres, retail outlets, factories, medical centres, schools and colleges.

An effective office design service for your Potters Bar business benefits your staff and company as a whole. This is because the right office decoration can help lift staff morale, increase productivity, reduce staff turnover and create just the right impression for your customers and visitors. We work with you to make your space as productive as possible and take a number of things into consideration before we start such as where are the high traffic areas and customer facing areas, how much storage, lighting and power points are required and whether or not sound proofing is needed.

Our service can include everything from basic office decoration such as new paint work, carpets, blinds and furniture to a complete refit and office design service. We also supply and install office partitioning to help make the most of your space. This can involve creating rooms within room such as workspace booths, staff breakout sections, meeting rooms, reception and conference areas.

GDL Interiors' office design service is available in Potters Bar and throughout Hertfordshire, London, Middlesex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Essex. Our experts will work to your budget, giving you highest standards of excellence at the best possible prices. All this with minimal disruption to you and your business.

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About Potters Bar

The origin of The Potters component of the town's name is uncertain. However, it is generally thought to have either been derived from evidence of a Roman pottery that was thought to have been sited locally, or from the family Pottere who lived in the South Mimms parish. The Bar component is thought to refer to the fates leading from the South Mimms parish into the Enfield Chase parish or possibly from some sort of toll on the Great North Road. The original "Bar" is said to have been at what is now the Green Man pub or at the current entrance to Morven House.

Potters Bar is a town in the Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire, England, located 18 miles north of central London. The town started life in the early 13th century and remained a small settlement until the arrival of the Great Northern Railway in 1850 and is part of the London commuter belt. It was located on the Great North Road, one of two road routes from the City of London to the North of England.

Potters Bar was historically part of Middlesex and formed the Potters Bar Urban District of that county from 1934. From 1894 to 1934 its area had formed the South Mimms Rural District and in 1965 the district was transferred to Hertfordshire while most of the rest of Middlesex became part of Greater London.

Potters Bar railway station is the highest on the line between London's Kings Cross railway station and York. Potters Bar has been the scene of two major and one minor train crash, the first being on 19th March 1898 when a train crashed on the platform but no one was killed or seriously injured. On the night of 10 February 1946 a local train hit buffers at the station, was derailed and two express trains travelling in opposite directions struck the wreckage. On 10th May 2002 a northbound train derailed at high speed, killing seven people and seriously injuring another 11.

Interesting facts about Potters Bar:

  • In 1983 the area around Potters Bar was used for the on location filming of the comic horror film Bloodbath at the House of Death.
  • In 2005 David Walliams and Matt Lucas shot two scenes in Potters Bar for their third season of the comedy Little Britain.
  • Potters Bar is home to top performing arts school 'Top Hat Stage School' which has been running classes at Elm Court Community Centre since 1994.
  • Acker Bilk the clarinettist divides his time between Pensford, Somerset and Potters Bar.
  • A memorial to the seven people killed in the tragic train crash on 10th May 2002, a small piece of art that resembles seven faces, was erected on 10th May 2003 and can be seen at the station.
  • Potters bar is twinned with Viernheim, Germany and Franconville, Val-dOise, France.

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