Welcome to Saxley Court, Horley – A selection of 43 high-spec apartments in the town center of Horley with off street parking.

There are two main reasons why Horley needs to be on your investment radar. The first is that it supports the major international airport at Gatwick. Secondly, it benefits from being a commuter town with fast trains from Horley station reaching London Victoria as little as 33 minutes.

Investment in Gatwick Airport is phenomenal.

Gatwick Airport already contributes some £2 billion to the economy in London and the South East and  employs about 43,500 people both directly and indirectly. Of the 21,000 on-airport staff 46% commute from within a 10 mile radius.

Gatwick is constantly striving to improve commuter links for its workers and passengers and £50 million has been pledged by the UK Government to develop the railway station concourse by 2020.

Gatwick is already the world‘s busiest one-runway airport. In  2014 it became the first commercial airport to handle 906 movements on its runway. This equates to an aircraft taking off or landing every 63 seconds.  Imagine what the airport could achieve if a second runway is granted.

The 15th Century Ye Olde Six Bells pub (below) was built for a Norman Lord who needed a place to refresh himself after long services at the church next door.

Today Horley is still a town that thrives on those passing by. It provides food and accommodation for people traveling between London and Brighton or overseas via Gatwick Airport.

Initially a farming settlement, the expansion of the London to Brighton road in 1808 meant the town became an important stopping point for coach services between coast and capital.

The invention of the railway and the development of a train line from London to Brighton through Horley laid the foundations for the commuter and business hub we know today.

But it was the Gatwick aerodrome in the 1920s that would truly transform the surrounding area. Gatwick was a private airspace until 1950 when it was chosen by the UK Government as London’s main alternative to Heathrow. It then became the capital’s second major airport, which it has remained ever since.

Gatwick is currently the busiest single runway airport in the world. If proposals for a second runway are granted the growth of the airport and surrounding areas will be astronomical.

Horley - Local Area

Horley is situated at the heart of the ‘Gatwick Diamond’. This is a region of economic growth in southern England marked by London at the top and Brighton at the bottom. The Diamond runs west to east from Guildford to Tonbridge with Gatwick airport and neighbouring Horley at the centre.

The Gatwick Diamond is one of the strongest local economies in the UK and is home to 45,000 UK businesses and 500 international businesses.

Saxley Court, Horley - Specification

Saxley Court is a town centre provision of 5 retail units just a 6-minute walk from Horley train station.
Bastien Jack will develop 43 new residential apartments through part-conversion and part-new build while retaining the existing retail premises.

Each apartment will be finished to a high standard with LED lighting and smart cabling throughout. Some units will include a balcony, master bedroom with en suite and secure parking.
Communal areas will feature attractive landscaping, lift access and cycle storage.

  • Brick work
  • Render
  • Timber cladding
  • Double glazed PVCu mid grey external finish, white internal finish. Chrome handles
  • Composite front doors with chrome letter box and handle
  • Woodwork – modern architrave and skirting
  • Internal doors – Suffolk Oak solid internal door with Azul chrome ironmongery
  • Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, Hallways, Bedrooms: Apollo Plus carpet
  • Kitchen, Cloakrooms, Bathrooms and En-Suits: Hard flooring
  • Fully Electric heating
  • Electric water heaters
  • Fully Electric MVHR system
  • LED down lights
  • LED under cabinet lights
  • chrome double sockets at splash back level one with USB charging points
  • Units – Nova White
  • Doors and Drawer fronts – Nova White facia’s with integrated handles
  • Worktops – Oak Block Effect with upstand
  • Integrated fridge freezer
  • Integrated washing machine
  • Integrated 6 serving dish washer
  • Extractor hood
  • Electric oven and halogen hob
  • White tectonite Sink with Pull Out Spray mixer tap
  • Heat detector
  • LED down lights
  • 6 double sockets
  • BT master point
  • Two aerial sockets
  • Combined smoke and CO detector
  • LED down lights
  • 4 double sockets
  • BT point (master bedroom)
  • TV aerial socket
  • LED down lights
  • Electric towel rail (chrome)
  • Mirror with LED lighting and shaver socket
  • Modern white bathroom set with p-shaper bath, chrome fittings and electric shower
  • Extractor fan
  • LED down lights
  • Electric towel rail (chrome)
  • Mirror with LED lighting and shaver socket
  • Modern white shower room set with chrome fittings and electric shower
  • Extractor fan

Help To Buy

Bastien Jack are proud to be registered with the Government Scheme Help To Buy Scheme (HTB).

What is it? – This is shared equity scheme which assists you in purchasing your new home with a lower deposit, minimum 5% of the purchase price and a 20% equity loan from the Government

Because of this support, lenders taking part are able to offer home buyers more high loan-to-value mortgages (80-95%).  You will still be fully responsible for your mortgage repayments. So if you have a 5% deposit, you will need to take out and pay back a 95% mortgage

HTB is available for all purchasers of new homes,

All our homes are available with HTB if you meet your mortgage lending criteria.  Our sales team are very familiar with the stringent process and can assist and guide you through.

2015 is set to be a big year for Gatwick Airport, which could see permission granted to build another runway. This will create a huge opportunity for the town of Horley to expand exponentially.

Gatwick Airport already contributes some £2 billion to the economy in London and the South East and employs about 43,500 people both directly and indirectly. Of the 21,000 on-airport staff 46% commute from within a 10 mile radius.

Gatwick is constantly striving to improve commuter links for its workers and passengers and £50 million has been pledged by the UK Government to develop the railway station concourse by 2020.

Gatwick is a substantial employer, providing around 23,500 on-airport jobs to the region. The proposed new runway could add a further 17,000 roles across many companies.

As well as being a direct employer, Gatwick provides a further 20,000 jobs indirectly. The airport provides Horley with a constant flow of overnight travelers. The resulting hospitality sector means many local businesses supply meals and accommodation for those flying from the airport and local shops benefit from increased footfall. Gatwick provides more than 40,000 job directly and indirectly

Air: London Gatwick International Airport is just minutes away by bus or car. The airport flies to over 200 destinations in 90 countries. As Gatwick’s planes fly to more locations than any other UK airport Horley gives you the best airspace access in the country.

Rail: Trains run frequently from Horley station to London Victoria. The fast and direct service can take as little as 33 minutes. Trains from Gatwick Airport arrive at London Bridge in just 28 minutes. Heading south in the other direction is the popular seaside resort of Brighton. This means Horley is only a
41 minute journey from the beach.

Road: Just a few minutes’ drive from Horley is the M23 motorway leading direct into London, as well as the M25 London Orbital road. The A23 heads towards Brighton and the South Coast in under 50 minutes.

Bus: The Fastway bus service provides a 24 hour service that links Horley to Gatwick and Crawley. Recent investment has added a rail to bus interchange at Horley railway station further enhancing the transport provision.

Horley has one secondary school, four primary schools and four infant schools. Two of the primary schools have only recently opened to meet the demands of the growing population.

Notable schools include:
• Trinity Oaks Primary School is a brand new school that opened in September 2014.
• Langshott Primary School has recently expanded from an infant school to take an additional 240 pupils up to age 11.
• Oakwood Secondary School has a sports centre with a gym, astroturf pitches and several activity halls. It has several successful athletic alumni.

Horley town centre is a relaxed and pleasant shopping environment with an emphasis on independent shops and clothing boutiques. Larger retailers are only a stone’s throw away at Gatwick Airport where many big name brands reside. Nearby Crawley and Redhill also have expansive retail offerings.

The town boasts a large late-night Waitrose next to the station as well as a wide selection of restaurants and gastropubs in the heart of town. This means Horley caters perfectly to hard-working commuters who need to eat on the go.