Frome is served by the A361 that bypasses the town around the southern and eastern edges.
The A362 passes through the centre of the town from north-west to south-east.
The town is approximately 13 miles (21 km) south of Bath, 43 miles (69 km) east of the Taunton
and 107 miles (172 km) west of London.
The site can be accessed via the A361 which connects to B3092 adjacent to the site.
Located on Portway, connects people to destinations including London Paddington, Weymouth, Bath and Bristol.
There are several bus services connecting the site to the surrounding area:
No.30 – FROME TOWN SERVICE
No.81 - GILLINGHAM TO TROWBRIDGE
No.80 - SHAFTESBURY TO BATH
No.162 - FROME TO SHEPTON MALLET
HISTORICAL & MODERN
In the heart of the commercial district of the town the site is located in Frome on Marston Trading Estate, a 12min walk from the town centre and train station.
Frome lies in a rural location in Somerset, about 14 miles south of Bath, 7.5 miles west of Warminster and 12 miles east of Shepton Mallet.
Getting to us
existing road links
1886 Ordnance survey map of Frome
The Marston Industrial Estate in which the Frome Business Park building is situated is an industrial and commercial area located in the south-west of Frome, which was developed after the Second World War and was expanded in the 1990s to create Wessex Fields Retail Park.
Marston Industrial Estate is the largest industrial and commercial area within Frome. It was developed as an area devoted to industry on which a number of engineering firms established premises, as well as a dairy, garages, car service firms and large warehouse facilities. In the 1990s, the estate was extended south into Wessex Fields, where some small industrial units, a new facility for the Singers’ factory and a retail area, which includes a Sainsbury’s food store, were constructed. The road layout is generally through routes, although there are several culs-de-sac.