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About Woking

92,400 in city
11,850,000 in metro
0 km² (0 mi²)
Old Woking has Norman Origins; it was the site of a Royal residence for about 150 years in the 15th and 16th Centuries, before becoming a minor market town in the 1600s. Woking began to grow in the early 1800s when London and Southampton were connected by rail, and the town was seen as a place to bury London's dead. The result was Brookwood Cemetery, part of which was later sold off to later become the 'new' Woking. The Shah Jehan Mosque, which opened in Woking in 1889, was Britain's first.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
17 All Buildings
under construction

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Export House 240 ft 1974
2 Olympian Heights 210 ft 2013
3 Centrium 161 ft 2006
4 McLaren Technology Centre 36 ft 2004
5 New Central Building 2 - 2013

Building types

No. Type
9 low-rise building
7 high-rise building
1 skyscraper