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Our Story and Facilities

Woodway Farm Industrial Estate has operated as a business centre for various commercial tenants since 1985. It is a family run business managed by Robin Hunt, with assistance from daughter, Philippa Wiltshire.

The original farming enterprise at Woodway Farm was as a turkey breeding unit, where every year, up to half a million hatching eggs were produced and exported to mainland Europe. The conversion of the agricultural buildings into commercial units, began in the mid eighties, and since that time, the 30+ units have been very carefully and thoughtfully developed, and now comprise a mixture of offices, workshops, containers, light industrial use and storage facilities.


Unit sizes vary from 200 up to 5,000 square feet (the majority falling into the 400 to 800 square feet category) and are available to rent on extremely flexible terms. This is one of the reasons why the site has been so successfully occupied for the last 35+ years. There are approximately 25+ businesses on the site, and details of these can be accessed through the Current Businesses section of the website.


Woodway Farm has three phase electricity, high speed fibre broadband and a fork lift truck available for tenant use at all times. There is ample parking available around the site, with good accessibility from the B4011, and plenty of space for turning and unloading vehicles. Public (including disabled) toilets are available, and site security includes entrance gates which are automatically locked every evening, with 24 hour CCTV, and management on hand at all times.

Set in an attractive rural setting just outside the village of Long Crendon on the Bucks/ Oxon border, and just three miles from the market town of Thame, it is approximately halfway between Aylesbury and Oxford. Easily accessible from the B4011, the M40 motorway is within easy reach, with Junction 7 heading South seven miles away, and Junction 9 heading to the North, only 13 miles away.

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