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Serviced and Coworking Office Space to rent in East London

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270 Kingsland Road, London, E8

Office space from £3500

Baltic Place, London, N1

Serviced offices from £249

Jhumat House, 160 London Road,...

Serviced offices from £210

Orsman Road, London, N1

Serviced offices from £495

1 Dock Road, London, E16

Office space from £199

25 Cabot Square,, London, E14

Serviced offices from £360

37th Floor, 1 Canada Square, C...

Serviced offices from £410

Canary Wharf, London, E14

Serviced offices from £350

37 Cremer Street, London, E2

Serviced offices from £780

Churchill Place, London, E14

Office space from £300

266-268 High Road, Tottenham, ...

Serviced offices from £150

208 Brick Lane, London, E1

Serviced offices from £250

5 Cavell Street, London, E1

Serviced offices from £200

56-60 Nile Business centre, N...

Serviced offices from £300

Bank Street, London, E14

Serviced offices from £490

L18, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wh...

Serviced offices from £250

Cambridge Road, Barking, IG11

Serviced offices from £384

2 Club Row, London, E1

Serviced offices from £300

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Considering serviced offices to rent in East London?

Modern, engaging and very much switched-on, East London is both cosmopolitan and characterful, offering some of the most attractive office spots in the capital. Beginning at the famous East End, at Aldgate Pump in particular, this part of the city is considered to be made up of seven distinct modern boroughs, including Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, and parts of Hackney, each featuring its own unique personality.

After the boundaries of the City of London reached their capacity in the 17th century, the many small communes to the east of walls began to merge and grow in response to the new industries cropping up along the Thames. As these parishes coalesced, East London became whole and flourished until the early twentieth century, where after a brief stall, regeneration efforts have seen the area thrive, especially around the Thames Gateway.

Today, East London is a superb area for any progressive and forward-thinking business to set up office, thanks to its attractive buildings and its excellent transport links. 

A choice for many looking to take their steps into having a space in East London is a virtual office, allowing for businesses to use a premium address whilst having some of the standard reception features.

East London Transport

Much of East London is ideally connected by a convenient network of railways and buses, while the international London City Airport links this part of London with the rest of the world. Liverpool Street Station provides national rail services while Stratford International provides rail links with mainland Europe. The railway stations of Stratford and Whitechapel also connect East London with other main railway hubs such as Paddington and Waterloo, while the London Underground connects the area with the rest of the capital.

Close to the eastern centre of East London, set in the Royal Docks, the London City Airport takes international and national flights within easy reach of many London boroughs.

London City Airport

Airport Code: LCY

Both overground and underground services operate throughout East London, with major rail transport hubs found throughout, including Stratford, Whitechapel and West Ham. The DLR is also found here, perfect for reaching the London City Airport, Canary Wharf, Woolwich, and Monument and Bank.

With its own bus rapid transit, the East London Transit, East London has a comprehensive bus network, connecting many important stops that are only available by bus.

A variety of A roads run throughout East London, many connecting outwardly to the M25 and inwardly towards the centre of the city, running through all seven boroughs.

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