Serviced Office Prices in London

Posted by: Victor Pardis on 17th October 2013
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It can give it a more successful image and it is more enticing to foreign customers, who might like to mix business with pleasure and combine a little sightseeing on their trip to the UK. However, central London serviced offices can be expensive and maybe your budget won’t stretch to an office in Central London or the City. But, don’t give up. There are plenty places in London, that have gone through successful regeneration schemes; and whereas before they weren’t suitable places to have an office, now, they are buzzing, modern hives of creativity and great places to work. They are also a lot cheaper than central London, but with good public transport connections.


Cross the river at Chelsea Bridge and you are in Battersea. The iconic power station is being given a luxury makeover and will soon be the home to expensive riverside apartments and top class eateries. You also have two of the largest green spaces in the London area in the form of Battersea Park and Clapham Common.  It is well served by public transport; Clapham Junction Railway Station is one of the UK’s busiest stations and Clapham Common Tube will get you to and from central London. Serviced offices in this area start at around £200 per desk per month.


Waterloo is the busiest train station in Great Britain and an excellent choice of location if you want to be close to London’s centre. The area is becoming very popular, so rents may rise in the future, but at the moment they start at around £300 a month. The station serves the South West of England, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire and you can get to central London on the Tube.


Silicon Roundabout is better known as Tech City and it is the place to have your office if you are in the technology business. You can work alongside companies like Google, Facebook and Vodafone, who all have a presence there. It is in the centre of three railway stations, Old Street, Moorgate and Shoreditch High Street (which also has a Tube station) and it is also close to Liverpool Street. Prices start at around £400 per desk per month.

Kings Cross

Kings Crossis an excellent choice, if you have clients from other European countries, because the station is close to St. Pancras, the home to the Eurostar Rail service, which serves Paris, Brussels and Lille. It is an area that has been through a massive amount of regeneration and there are now a vast number of new office developments, it’s on the doorstep of Central London, but it is still affordable. Kings Cross station mainly serves passengers from the North of England and the Tube Station can get you into the heart of London fast. Serviced Offices in this area start at around £500 a month. This just proves if you look around carefully, you can get the edge over your competitors, with a good London address and a modern, comfortable workspace that your clients will appreciate.