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Serviced offices in Docklands are recognised for providing larger floor plates than usual to accommodate the City banks, looking for open plan working and dealing floors, something which is largely lacking over in the City of London.
With the O2 arena close by and the underground shopping centre, Jubilee Place with its shops, bars and restaurants, there is plenty to see and do outside of work.
The Docklands is home to many major banks, media companies and multi-national conglomerates due to its high appeal. Offering top of the range facilities and within close proximity of the ExCel Exhibition and Conference Centre, serviced offices in Docklands offer a fantastic opportunity for your business.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Docklands have some of the best transport links in London. Underground tube trains, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), buses and airports are all close-by, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around the city.
Another way to travel to your serviced office in Docklands is by boat. The Canary Wharf Pier is located to the west of the Canary Wharf district, and is provided by London River Services.
London City Airport
London Heathrow Airport
London Gatwick Airport
London Luton Airport
London Stansted Airport
Serviced offices in Docklands are currently served by the following bus routes: 135, 277. Docklands Buses: D3, D6, D7, D8, 277 and the N550 night bus.
The London Docklands area houses a Jubilee Line station in Canary Wharf, North Greenwich and Canada One. North Greenwich is in Zone 3, but Canary Wharf and Canada One are both in Zone 2. Many of London’s most popular stations are connected to Canary Wharf’s Jubilee Line such as London Bridge, Westminster, Green Park, Baker Street and Waterloo.