Sitting in a gap in the North Downs, a few miles south of the M25 and 24 miles from central London, the town
of Redhill owes its existence first to a toll road that opened in 1818, then to the railway, which arrived a few
years later in 1844. For the commuter the town has many benefits over its neighbour Reigate with direct and
frequent services to London and beyond. Although very close to Reigate, Redhill has a different vibe
compared with its closest neighbour and is currently going through a regeneration programme which is
bringing investment from many leading high street names and a there is a genuine buzz about the town and
its future.