A quaint village and civil parish, London Colney is located in the county of Hertfordshire, within St. Albans district. Primarily a commuter town on the outskirts of St. Albans, the area has witnessed significant development in the past decade that has helped to create numerous jobs in the region. The current economy in the village is booming and continuously on the rise. The magnificent River Colne flows through the area, attracting multitudes of anglers for the unmatched open water fishing in the vicinity. Arsenal Footclub Club has its training ground in the area, which has become a popular landmark here. The England football team also trains here frequently, adding to the appeal of the region tremendously.
London Colney has the distinction of housing the flagship store of retail giant Sainsbury’s. The retail park in the area is home to numerous other big retail brands including Monsoon, Marks & Spencer, Boots, TK Maxx, and Next. Tech Gurus is one of the leading IT support companies in the region, which also has the serviced offices of other businesses such as communications firms, surveyors, website designers and building contractors.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre is a unique entertainment venue in the area, providing a fascinating look into the avionic history of Britain. London Colney also has many pubs that offer superb night-time entertainment. The more popular ones include Colney Fox, Green Dragon, The White Horse and The Bull. In spite of the small size of the village, it houses several great restaurants that serve awesome food. Marks & Spencer The Restaurant serves up some of the best British fare in the vicinity, while L’Olivo will keep Italian food lovers coming back time and again.
There are numerous Express Coach services originating in London Colney that provide access to various destinations. Hatfield, Headington, Hertford, Oxford and other locations in Hertfordshire can be accessed through these services. Stansted Airport is also a short coach ride away. Local bus services provide access to several locations including Aldenham, St. Albans, Borehamwood, Luton and Watford. Elstree station is the closest railhead in the area, with onwards access to Central London by rail and road.