About Spring Hill Office Park

Spring Hill Office Park based just outside the village of Pitsford, was created when Mark and Ruth Adams started their project to alter
a range of redundant buildings into twelve high specification office units set in a stunning countryside location.
Work was carried out in three stages.

Ruth Adams
Spring Hill Office Park Driveway
Mark Adams

The first stage commenced in 1994 creating five office units from the traditional two storey ironstone buildings and split level brick
livestock housing at Spring Hill farm. Work was completed in 1997 and one of Spring Hill Office Park`s original Tenants is still based
at Spring Hill and has since expanded take on a larger office unit. So there is proof that once you rent space at Spring Hill
you will not wish to leave. The units have charm retaining many original period features.

The second stage building work was completed in the millennium year 2000 and saw a large sheep barn converted into four offices
using reclaimed bricks. Spring Hill Office Park  is still home to one of the first tenants to sign up for space in this building and
they have since taken on their adjoining unit doubling their size.

 A highlight at Spring Hill was on the 15th October 2009 when HRH Princess Anne flew in by The Royal Helicopter to visit one of the units.

The final stage of development creating a further three office units was completed in 2007 when the remaining grain barn was converted.
Keeping Tenants happy is our top priority and one of the original tenants to sign a lease for this building is still based in this unit.

An amenity and wildlife area incorporating two lakes was created in 1997. The clay dug out from the lakes
was used to build a bank to help support the A508 road nearby.


Spring Hill is proud to provide a base for five Horses and their volunteer riders from the Police Volunteers on Horses back scheme which is part of the Rural Action programme and works closely with Northants Police. The Volunteer riders use their horses to patrol Spring Hill and their local communities, off the beaten track to watch out for rural crimes. They also report to the Police any animal welfare concerns and security issues and compliment Street Watch, Horse Watch, canal Watch etc. The riders are asked by the Police to engage with the local community, farms and local businesses. The objective of the scheme is to provide a high visibility Police presence in the rural community, to improve trust and confidence and reduce the opportunity for crime by increasing crime prevention advice and awareness. The riders assist Northants Police who will communicate with them to report activity concern locally. It is hoped that the Police Volunteer riders will increase feelings of safety by providing reassurance particularly among vulnerable members of the community and improve community cohesion and empowering communities.

Recently the horses and their riders from Spring Hill farm represented the Police at the Brixworth working weekend at the ploughing match to raise funds and awareness for the Air Ambulance charity. The Spring Hill based horses also attended the remembrance parade organised by the British Legion to remember the large scarifies made during conflict. A wreath was laid by Ruth Adams from Spring Hill at the Pitsford Church on behalf of the Northamptonshire Police. The horses from Spring Hill carry out regular patrols around the village and surrounding fields and their riders can are easily distinguished by their uniform fluorescent yellow jackets.

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Conveniently located near the village of Pitsford, about 5 miles north of Northampton town centre on the A508 road which runs from Northampton to Market Harborough and only 2 miles from Kingsthorpe which has shopping and banking facilities.

Satnav's will direct you to our postcode where upon clearly marked "Spring Hill" road signs will guide you off the A508 between the villages of Pitsford and Brixworth.