The series had been based at Teddington for a year before the decision was made to move across to Kent.
Malcolm Allsop, managing director of Goddard's production company, Town House TV, which makes the programme, said that logistics played a key part in the move and the new studios would provide them with 'excellent facilities in the heart of a tremendous catchment area for guest and audience'.
Allsop added that Teddington was 'not the easiest place to get to' but that 'even a blind monkey' could get to Maidstone. 'For the needs of our show, it represented a better fit for us.'
The new resident will provide Maidstone Studios with its first major chat show. It has previously been used for filming kids TV such as Finders Keepersand light entertainment programming such as Biggest Loser.
Last year the studios were refurbished and the £2m Studio 5 was opened. It covers 12,000sq ft and can accommodate a 1,000-strong audience. Maidstone claims it is the largest studio built in the past 30 years.
The Trisha Goddard Show starts its autumn filming schedule on 21 September.