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Office Partitioning Kent


GDL Interiors specialise in office partitioning and interiors for customers in Kent, Suffolk, Essex, London and throughout the home counties.


Office partitioning is a way of creating stylish and useful offices, from a larger, possibly unworkable space. It enables you to divide existing larger rooms into smaller spaces and create brand new rooms within larger open plan rooms.

Areas can be sectioned off for noise reduction or for serving the public leading to increased staff productivity and creating a better, cleaner look for the public. You can also create private areas or even section off whole new rooms for confidential business meetings and HR interviews.

Partitioning your offices or workspace in Kent is a cost effective way of changing its layout because it uses less tradesmen than traditional building methods and you don't have to go to the trouble and expense of finding new premises.

GDL Interiors offer a full range of office partitioning services including solid partitions in plasterboard or composite, glazed partitions, either single or double glazed, soundproofing partitions, demountable partitions, fire rated partitions, storage wall partitions and operable partitioning walls. The double glazed glass partitions come with the option of built in blinds for privacy and glare protection and the demountable partitions are easy to take apart and rebuild should you decide a change is necessary,

As well as office partitioning, GDL offer the full range of office improvement possibilities including the supply and installation of office furniture, office flooring, blinds and suspended ceilings.

We have completed various works within Kent County Council and have completed works for several major Kent based companies, including those involved in cement making at Northfleet and Cuxton, brickmaking at Sittingbourne, shipbuilding on the Medway and Swale, engineering and aircraft design and construction at Rochester, chemicals at Dartford and paper making at Swanley.

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About Kent

Kent is steeped in history and heritage and because of its abundance of orchards and hop gardens it is widely known as "The Garden of England" a name often applied when marketing the county or its produce.Kent's, its extensive coastline boasts an enviable array of blue flag award winning beaches and thrilling water sports activities. Kent is one of the warmest parts of Britain, on 10th August 2003 in the hamlet of Brogdale near Faversham the temperature reached 38.5 C (101.2 F) the hottest temperature ever recorded in the United Kingdom.

The modern name of Kent is derived from the Brythonic word Cantus meaning "rim" or "border" Julius Caesar had described the area as Cantium or home of the Cantiaci in 51 BC. There is a rich sequence of Bronze Age, Iron Age and the Roman ere occupation as indicated by finds and features such as the Ringlemere Gold Cup and the Roman Villas of the Darent Valley.

In 597 Pope Gregory I appointed Augustine as the first Archbishop of Canterbury, in the previous year Augustine successfully converted the pagan King AEthelberht of Kent to Christianity. The Diocese of Canterbury became Britain's first Episcopal See and has since remained Britain's centre of Christianity.

In the 11th Century the people of Kent adopted the motto "Invicta", meaning "undefeated". This naming followed the invasion of Britain by William of Normandy. The Kent peoples continued resistance against the Normans led to Kent's designation as a semi-autonomous County Palatine in 1067. Under the nominal rule of Williams half-brother Odo of Bayeux the county was granted similar powers to those granted in the areas bordering Wales and Scotland.

It's easy to visit Kent in England's south east corner, just 35 minutes from Central London on South Eastern's new high speed rail link. Once in Kent you can stay carbon friendly and view most of it via train including the county's iconic landmarks such as Canterbury Cathedral, Leeds Castle and the White Cliffs of Dover.

Kent has a nominal border with France halfway through the Channel Tunnel and Maidstone is its county town and historically Rochester and Canterbury have been accorded city status, though only the latter still holds it.

Kent's principal river, the River Medway, rises near East Grinstead in Sussex and flows eastwards to Maidstone. Here it turns north and breaks through the North Downs at Rochester then joins the estuary of the River Thames as its final tributary near Sheerness. The river is 112km long and is tidal as far as Allington Lock.

Kent's location between London and the European mainland has let to its being in the front line of several conflicts including the Battle of Britain during World War II. East Kent was named "Hell Fire Corner" during the conflict and England has relied on the county's ports to provide their warships through much of the past 800 years. France can be seen clearly in fie weather from Folkestone and the iconic White Cliffs of Dover.

GDL Interiors work with companies throughout Kent in areas like Ashford, Broadstairs, Chatham, Cranbrook, Dartford, Deal, Dover, Edenbridge, Folkestone, Fordwich, Gillingham, Gravesend, Greenhill, Herne Bay, Hythe, Lydd, Maidstone, Margate, Minster, New Romney, Northfleet, Paddock Wood, Queenborough, Rainham, Ramsgate, Rochester, Royal Tunbridge Wells Sandwich, Sevenoaks, Sheernes, Sittingbourne, Snodland, Southborough, Strood, Swale, Swanley, Tenterden, Tonbridge, West Malling, Westerham, Westgate-on-Sea and Whitstable.

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