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Office Space in the UK

Our Office Space in Pall Mall is located in one of the most prestigious addresses in London. Pall Mall has a high concentration of high profile and high status businesses, offering opportunities with huge potential for serviced based businesses wishing to develop a quality client base. The area is well serviced by taxis, with an excellent variety of first class hotels, shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.

Listed 8 years ago

The London Oxford Street office space is located in the heart of London’s West End strategically positioned between Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road. This sought-after area is a stone’s throw from Soho, which is home to many media businesses, independent film companies and advertising firms. The BBC’s corporate headquarters is a short walk away. The office space is proving attractive for small companies such as solicitors, chartered surveyors, fashion designers and employment agencies. Set over six floors of a modern office building, office space have external windows giving plenty of natural light. With Oxford Street on its doorstep, the centre is metres away from one of the most famous shopping districts in the world. The surrounding area and Soho has a high concentration of amenities.

Listed 8 years ago

Situated in a bespoke building between Oxford Street and Soho Square, the Oxford Street office space is in a top location at the bustling hub of London’s West End. Soho to the south is home to the capital’s film and TV production businesses, while the fashion industry thrives between Great Portland Street and Tottenham Court Road to the north. Oxford Street remains London’s premier shopping area and home to the headquarters of several retail giants. Indeed, the centre is in pole position for any organisation looking to do business with the retail industry. The strategic central location of the office space on numerous bus routes and metres from both Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road tube (Underground) stations ensures it is easily accessible from all parts of London and further afield, while the City, Canary Wharf and London’s other commercial districts are a very short tube ride away.

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The Fleet Street serviced office space occupies a listed building that once appeared in a James Bond film. It is well positioned for businesses in a range of sectors, as it is located between London’s financial district on one side and the legal firms and new creative companies dotted around Holborn on the other. Its key position was one reason why Fleet Street became the home of the newspaper industry, which continued until the 1980s when newspapers moved east to Wapping and Canary Wharf. Some publishers and related organisations are still based in or around the street, which remains synonymous in the UK with newspapers and printing, but most businesses are now related to the legal profession and several major law firms are based along it. It is also the home of a major investment bank.

Listed 8 years ago

A striking and prestigious business address at the heart of London’s world-renowned West End is on offer from the Regent Street office space. The impressive building, Rex House, was constructed in 1938 by the architect Robert Cromie, and was once home to the Paris Cinema and BBC radio studios, but now features a Grade A office space on the fourth floor. It benefits from excellent natural light and a large roof terrace on the seventh floor. The Regent Street office space is located just south of Piccadilly Circus in a sought-after commercial area that is occupied by the national and international headquarters of many companies. Numerous bus routes pass along Regent Street and there are several Tube stations and two car parks just a short walk away. Regent Street is a major retail district, while London is the world’s leading financial centre alongside New York City and boasts a powerful and diverse economy.

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London’s media village is home to the Soho Square office space, which is surrounded by an multitude of major film, media and advertising companies. As well as the serviced office space, there are a number of post production suites available for businesses involved in film and TV in the building. Situated on the northern end of Soho, just a short walk from Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road Underground station, the office space overlooks the attractive Soho Square Gardens, a green oasis set in the bustle of the West End. Soho is now one of the key hubs of London’s creative industries, and is a diverse and lively area mixing commercial and residential use close to both London’s theatre district and China Town. There is underground parking on site, and the central location, with access to the square from Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road ensures that all of London can be reached easily.

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The office space in London’s Holborn Gate is in a landmark building in central London within easy reach of the West End and the City of London. On the first floor of an impressive glass-fronted office building, the offices are in a prime business location that has been associated with the legal profession since medieval times. The area is also a hub for media companies and financial institutions. The offices have retail outlets on the ground floor and a basement car park. Within walking distance of Hatton Garden, the jewellery and diamond centre of London, and close to Leather Lane, a popular week-day market. Also a short stroll from Covent Garden with its excellent shopping, entertainment and restaurants. Situated just beside Chancery Lane underground station, the centre has excellent transport links.

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Office space in Bloomsbury House overlooks one of London’s finest garden squares. Noted as the home of the publishing industry, Bloomsbury is situated north of Holborn and its Georgian streets are home to many noteworthy arts, educational and healthcare organisations, including the University of London’s Senate, Library and ‘Bloomsbury Colleges’; Great Ormond Street Hospital and the British Museum. Bloomsbury House was built in 1887, designed in a Flemish Renaissance style. The office space inside makes great use of the building’s large rooms fronted by a mix of double-height and bay windows. Today, the area has been colonised by the media industry, with many production companies operating from the area. Russell Square and Holborn Underground Stations are within a few minutes’ walk from the centre, although the Square itself offers a green oasis in the bustle of the city.

Listed 8 years ago

The serviced office space at Holborn provides companies with a prominent corner address on Kingsway – one of the best-known streets in London. The office space occupies a listed building situated above Holborn tube station, so it couldn’t be more convenient for transport links. Holborn is famous for being the city’s legal district and is […]

Listed 8 years ago

The office space on Northumberland Avenue in London’s Trafalgar Square is located in the heart of London’s lively West End, an area populated with a variety of businesses, especially those with a connection to media and film. Other surrounding businesses include learned societies, think tanks, legal institutions and company headquarters. Lying to the west of […]

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