The WTC (World Trade Centre) Papendorp centre in Utrecht occupies a contemporary complex of five office towers connected by a central square and overlooking well-kept undulating parkland. It is accessed through an attention grabbing main entrance that links the five towers. Business neighbours in this unusual sought-after office park include a wide range of organisations in business and professional services, ICT and the pharmaceutical industry, with larger tets among some of the biggest names in the world in the automobile, software and accountancy sectors. The centre is convenient for public transport, with several buses leaving the Papendorp Zuid stop for Utrecht Central station – the country’s busiest rail station – and a shuttle bus operating. The centre is about 40 minutes by road from Schiphol International Airport and lies close to the A12 leading to The Hague. Utrecht boasts excellent accessibility and infrastructure, with many knowledge-intensive companies and a young, educated population.