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There is understandably high demand for serviced office space in London. Central London is a leading global city in multiple industries, including arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, and media. It’s the world's most-visited city as measured by international arrivals, with the world's largest city airport system according to passenger traffic. 2012 saw London become the first city to host the modern Summer Olympic Games three times. This popular and cosmopolitan city is home to many businesses looking for the perfect serviced office in London.


The Cost Of An Office To Rent In London

If you’re looking for an office to rent, London has a wealth of options to suit all sizes of business and budgets. As expected, serviced offices in Central London come with a rental charge that reflects the excellent location and opportunities being in the city brings. An office to rent in London will vary in price according to the exact location, facilities, and the size of the office. At Flexioffices, we can negotiate the best deal for serviced office space in London and show you options in some of the most popular areas, such as Kings Cross, Soho and Farringdon.


Choosing A Serviced Office In London

There are five major business districts to consider when finding an office to rent. London offers a huge choice of offices across the City, Westminster, Canary Wharf, Camden & Islington and Lambeth & Southwark.


Over half of the UK's top 100 listed companies, and over 100 of Europe's 500 largest companies base their headquarters in central London. Office space for rent is therefore incredibly popular, which is why we have over 900 available serviced offices. Central London caters for small and large businesses, from The Telegraph in Victoria to tech startups in East London.


Check out our London offices area guide here.


Getting To Your Serviced Office Space In London

Excellent transport links make it even easier to find an office to rent. London is known for its extensive underground network, excellent bus services and multiple airports. A serviced office in London offers employees plenty of options for travelling around the city and staying well connected.

London is a major international air transport hub with the largest city airspace in the world. London Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the world for international traffic, in March 2008 it opened a fifth terminal.

Gatwick Airport handles similar traffic and some cheap short-haul flights, based south of London in West Sussex.

Other airports include Stansted Airport, located north east of London in Essex, Luton Airport to the north of London in Bedfordshire, and London City Airport, the smallest and most central airport, is focused on business travellers. London Southend Airport, east of London in Essex, is a smaller, regional airport that has recently gone through a large redevelopment project to include a brand new terminal, extended runway and a new railway station offering fast links into the capital.

London houses Britain's busiest station – Waterloo, offering services to South East and South West London, and also parts of South East and South West England. Thameslink trains connect Bedford in the north and Brighton in the south via Luton and Gatwick airports.

St Pancras railway station is the main terminal for high speed Eurostar and HS1 services, taking you from your serviced office in London to Lille, Paris and Brussels.

Crossrail is due to open in 2018, and will run from east to west through London, into the surrounding countryside with a branch to Heathrow Airport.

Serviced offices in London are currently served by one of the largest bus services in the world, running 24 hours a day, with around 7,500 buses, over 700 bus routes, and more than 6 million passenger journeys made every weekday.

The London Underground, commonly referred to as the Tube, serves 270 stations. London has been commended as the city with the best public transport. The Docklands Light Railway, which opened in 1987, is a second, more local metro system using smaller and lighter tram-type vehicles which serve the Docklands and Greenwich areas.

London has a modern tram network, known as Tramlink, based in Croydon in South London. The network has 39 stops and four routes.

How should I approach finding an office to rent in London?

Consider what your priorities are when it comes to the perfect office to rent. London has so many options that it pays to have a list of must-haves. Do you need flexibility, or are you looking for a long-term option? Are you looking for serviced offices? Whatever your non-negotiables are, there is so much choice that you're bound to find a London office space to rent that ticks all the boxes.

Where are the best places to find an office in London?

London has so many places to choose from, no matter the size, scale or sector of your business. Widen your search by looking at NorthSouthEast or West London, or narrow it down to popular districts such as MaryleboneLondon Bridge or Mayfair.

What types of London office space are available?

You’ll find every type of office to rent in London. This includes converted Georgian townhouses, creative studios and modern serviced offices. Central London can offer small commercial properties that have been divided into separate areas or large open plan spaces. Whatever your requirements when you start looking for an office to rent, London will have exactly what you need.

What are the benefits of having a London office?

There are a huge number of benefits to renting an office or serviced office in London. London is one of the global financial leaders, and having an office here can enhance your company’s reputation and credibility. It also means you have access to a wide pool of talent when hiring staff and opens up multiple networking opportunities. Not to mention that the huge range of London office space for rent means you can get exactly what you want.

What’s included with serviced offices in London?

Serviced offices in Central London are often fully furnished, with kitchen facilities, a reception, meeting rooms and breakout spaces as standard. They’ll typically include printing facilities and other essentials, and utilities and fibre broadband are usually included in the office rent cost too. If you’re searching for an office to rent in London and want just one cost to worry about each month, a serviced office could be just what you’re looking for.    

What’s the average cost of office space in London?

It’s normal for prices to vary and be quite competitive, which is something to bear in mind before deciding on an office to rent. London is a sought-after area with many desirable locations, and a variety of office spaces on offer. Find out what you get for your rent to make sure you pay a price that’s fair for the services received. To get the exact price for any of our office listings, please request a quote.

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