Slough is one of the principal towns in the Thames Valley lying on the M4 Corridor approximately 20 miles west of Central London and 19 miles north east of Reading. It lies immediately to the north of the M4 motorway, from which it can be accessed via junctions 5, 6 and 7. The M25 intersection (junction 15) lies approximately 4 miles to the east and the M40 motorway lies about 8 miles to the north accessible at junction 2. The A4 (Bath Road) is one of the main commercial locations in the Thames Valley with occupiers including O2, McAfee and Nintendo.
Slough railway station provides regional and national rail services including regular services to London Paddington with a journey time of 15 minutes and London Heathrow Airport lies approximately 5 miles to the south west.
Colnbrook is a suburb of Slough lying about 4 miles south east of the town centre to the south of the M4 motorway. High Street is the main road through the village with Wheelwright's Place lying on its south side in a predominantly residential area. Access to the rear car park is via Rayners Close.