Elstree is now a business village in the Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire sitting next to A41, M1 and the A5, to the north of London. The nearest railway station is Elstree & Borehamwood on the mainline or Stanmore on the Tube, the Jubilee line. The names of Elstree and Borehamwood is used interchangeably to a certain extent. The area of Borehamwood to the west of the railway line, formally Deacon’s Hill, is colloquially called Elstree even though it is not contiguous with the village. It is most famous for giving its name to the Elstree Film Studios where a number of famous British films were made. The TV soap opera EastEnders is filmed at the BBC’s Elstree Studios. Elstree Aerodrome has a paved 656 metre runway, suitable for light aircraft use. London Transports large Aldenham Bus Overhaul Works was sited on the edge of Elstree close to the A41, it was demolished in 1996 and is now a large business park – Called the Centennial Park . Our office have been based here in Centennial Park since then.