Need a hassle free London office?  Serviced office space is the answer

Uncertainty about the European economy has affected business confidence and companies are reluctant to commit to new office space. Renting serviced offices is the answer, enabling organisations to benefit from office facilities in a prime location without typical office set up costs or long-term commitment.

Victoria

Serviced offices in Victoria are sought-after by organisations needing a central location with easy access to all areas of London and direct links to international airports.

Located within the City of Westminster, Victoria is renowned for its commercial property, exclusive hotels, theatres and Government buildings. Buckingham Palace and Green Park are nearby.

 Victoria is one of London’s busiest transportation hubs with a bus terminal covering central and west London, tube station (Victoria, District and Circle lines), national rail station and Gatwick Express. The coach station on Buckingham Palace Road serves the whole of the UK and major European destinations.

 Local businesses include commercial, publishing, legal, financial, tourism and hospitality firms and those which provide services to the public sector.

A large number of fast food outlets cater for office workers and tourists. The Shakespeare Pub directly opposite Victoria train station close to the famous Pacha nightclub offers food and live entertainment. For an exclusive dining experience, try the regional British menu in the stately dining room at the Goring hotel. In nearby Belgravia, the Mango Tree serves traditional Thai food.  Victoria also has two Italian restaurants – Tinello and Il Convivio – and a French bistro La Poule au Pot.

Fans of musicals will enjoy Wicked at the Apollo and Billy Elliot at the Victoria Palace Theatre.

Old Street

Choice of location will depend on the image a company would like to project. Old Street office space is in demand by companies at the cutting edge of new technology.

Old Street Roundabout is an interchange system located on the boundary of the London Borough of Hackney and the London Borough of Islington on the boundary of the London congestion charge zone. The roundabout is also known as St. Agnes Well after the shopping complex in the underpass beneath it.

 Since 2009, the area around Old Street became known as Silicon Roundabout, owing to the high number of digital media and technology businesses located there, including Google. Lower rent initially made the area attractive to start-ups but it is becoming popular with agencies, media buyers, search specialists, media owners and games development firms like Sports Interactive.

Numerous coffee and sandwich shops cater for office workers. Popular local pubs are the Hat & Feathers, Fox & Anchor and The Well. Old Street is known for its nightlife with a high concentration of clubs like the Strongrooms, 333, Plastic People, Cargo and Herbal. You can enjoy a cocktail at the Hoxton Bar and Grill or Zigfrid von Underbelly. Local restaurants include the Hoxton Apprentice, American, Italian and numerous Vietnamese places. The Bavarian Beerhouse offers German beers, food and entertainment.

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