History of the building

Worth Corner has a huge amount of history behind the building, from being a home, a school and now a business centre. In the late 18th to early 19th century, it was built as a private residence then known as Oakfield or Oakfield Lodge. The building now known as Oakfield Lodge is the four-bedroom house between the Hillside Inn and Worth Corner. The house was home to a number of residents, 1901-1916 a total number of 19 residents were recorded as staying there, 10 of these were servants.

In 1938, it became ‘The convent of Notre Dame private girls school’ a Roman Catholic middle school. 30 years in 1968, on saw it change to a secondary school for girls and almost immediately becoming a middle mixed school in 1984 for 9-13-year-olds. The school then closed on August 31st, 1996, the Nuns left the convent which was then sold and let as offices. A large part of the school was then demolished and made way for new housing. The building is now owned by Beamland Ltd.

Worth Corner as we know it now is a three-floor business centre with offices available to be occupied. Alongside the offices that are available to rent there are virtual offices available as well as a meeting room which is available to hire for £12.50 per hour.

For any enquiries about our services don’t hesitate to contact us on 01293 883 061 or email us on info@worthcorner.co.uk.

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About Worth Corner

Worth Corner Business Centre is located in the thriving centre of commerce and business at Crawley 25 miles to the south of London, close to London's Gatwick Airport.

We offer serviced Office space in a period setting on a fully inclusive basis, including efficient on-site management.

Worth Corner has been established for over 25 years, and is a well-known local landmark providing quality accommodation for modern business.