Our full range of Brentwood office design and decoration services includes:
- Supplying and installing office partitioning – including glass partitioning, fire partitioning and demountable partitioning
- Office refurbishment to freshen up existing offices
- New office fit-outs
- Supplying and installing office furniture, window blinds, flooring
- Fitting commercial washrooms
- Supplying and installing hollow core and solid core doors
- Office space planning
We specialise in sustainable office designs that maximise on your available space and make the best use of natural resources such as daylight. Whatever your requirements, contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation. We will visit your business premises in Brentwood and once we have assessed your requirements, provide you with a written quotation. All work is personally overseen by the directors of GDL and we are proud of our reputation for delivering high quality work, at competitive prices which is completed on time and to budget.
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Brentwood is a prosperous suburban town with a small but growing retail area and high street. In addition to its shops and businesses is its vast residential development surrounded by open countryside and woodland.
The Essex town is part of the London commuter belt as it is just a 35 minute train journey to Liverpool Street Station. Despite its location so close to London, there is a prominent rural feel to it with trees, fields and open spaces all around the town. Shenfield Common is less than a mile walk to the shops.
Brentwood is a popular and affluent place to live and was named by The Daily Telegraph as the 19th richest town in Britain. It gained borough status in 1993 and the Brentwood district is made up of Mountnessing, Ingatestone, Fryerning, Navestock, Blackmore, Kelvedon Hatch, Doddinghurst and Stondon Massey.
Brentwood was originally a small settlement created in the middle of a thick and heavy forest. Part of the forest was cleared by fire which gave it the name of Burntwood. It was an ideal place to settle because of its location, on the cross roads of the old roman road from Colchester to London. Brentwood lay on the pilgrim route to Canterbury and over time grew into a small town.
It has historical connections with two of the people behind the Peasants Revolt of 1381, Jack Straw and John Ball. These two famous names met in local pubs and inns in Brentwood.
The White Hart which is now a nightclub called Sugar Hut Village, is one of the oldest buildings in Brentwood. Occasional criminal proceedings were once held in this ancient building, built in 1480. Before this, it was the site of a former hostelry which played host to a royal guest, Richard II in the late 14th century.
Some of the earliest industries in Brentwood included textile and garment making, brick-making and brewing. Just 20 miles from London, the town was a stop off point for stage coaches on their way to East Anglia. In the late 17th century there were enough inns to provide beds for 110 travellers and to stable over 180 horses. Even today Brentwood has an above average number of pubs in the area.
Brentwood also served as a major centre for the London Post Office from the 18th century onwards. The large post office on the high street closed in 2008 to cut costs so the locals now use the sub postal offices.
GDL Interiors are based in Essex UK, and work with customers in Brentwood, Cambridge, Colchester, Ipswich, Kent, London, Romford, Southend-on-Sea and Witham.