Clearway Gritting’s team works from six depots across the south east of England to service hospitals, retail parks, industrial parks, supermarkets, car parks and private businesses. If your company is based near Stevenage in Hertfordshire, our St Albans or Harlow gritting depots will service your business during the winter months.

How Clearway Gritting keeps your business open during the winter months

Our Clearway Gritting teams in St Albans and Harlow work to grit your pavements, private roads and company car park so your business can remain open whatever the weather. We work with many private, commercial and industrial clients who are particularly concerned about car parking. They want us to grit their car park so their employees and customers can park at their premises and leave safely if snow falls during the day.

A complete winter gritting service for your Stevenage business

Clearway Gritting offer pay per visit and fixed price options for winter gritting at your business premises. We can offer a five-day, six day or seven-day service each week and our winter gritting teams offer a 24-hour service where necessary.

Gritting Coverage in Stevenage

Stevenage Winter Gritting Coverage

Industrial and retail parks in Stevenage

Stevenage has many retail parks including Roaring Meg Retail and Leisure, Monkswood Retail Park and Westgate shopping centre. The Westgate shopping centre is located in the centre of Stevenage and can be easily reached by bus, train or car. The Westgate car park has 395 car parking places and there are 35 retail units in the shopping centre. Fisher Green Industrial area has a number of industrial and warehouse units with internal offices. Fisher Green is located in the centre of Stevenage.

Stevenage is a growing Hertfordshire town close to the A1 with links to Letchworth and Welwyn

Stevenage is situated 26 miles north of London in the borough of Hertfordshire. The town is situated between Letchworth Garden City to the north and Welwyn Garden City and Ware to the south. It is located west of Luton and to the east of Bishop’s Stortford. In 1946, Stevenage was designated the United Kingdom's first New Town under the New Towns Act of 1946. Stevenage’s population increased rapidly during the 1950’s and 1960’s. By the start of the 21st century in 2001 the population had increased to 79,715. However, in 2016 the population had grown to an estimated 87,100. The town is still developing with the main area of recent growth in Great Ashby to the north-east of the town. Development has also been undertaken at Chrysalis Park on the old Dixon's Warehouse site adjacent to the Pin Green Industrial Estate.

Stevenage has good road and rail links

Stevenage is located close to the A1 east of junctions 7 and 8. It also has a direct train service to King’s Cross. Over 96 trains run through Stevenage to London on an average weekday. The 26-mile train journey takes 39 minutes. Stevenage is also directly north of London and connects with many northern cities via the East Coast Mainline including Leeds and York. Stevenage is also connected via the railway network to other local towns and cities including Cambridge and Hitchin.