The smartest people in the world have been shaping modern-time London business leadership for hundreds of years. For already 300 years, London has remained a global financial centre. Serviced offices in London are temples of convenience and flexibility. London infrastructure and transportation systems are among the most developed in the world. No wonder that leading companies choose it for their corporate headquarters, startups -as the launchpad for their success, and the wealthiest people on the planet as their primary destination for living and doing business. Since the rental of the commercial real estate in London is costly (probably, among the global record breakers), you should know everything about it before making the right choice with business premises. However, at a high price, you get workspaces meeting great standards at the beating heart of one of the leading economies of the world.
Serviced office space means that it is instantly ready for you to move in and do business. It has the necessary equipment, furnishing, and supporting facilities one needs for smooth business operations. With very high competition, business centers of London strive to provide the highest level of services. Underground car parks with charging stations for electric vehicles, numerous extra conveniences, such as conference halls and meeting rooms, delivery of stationery right to the office, mail forwarding, and friendly receptionists make flexible workspaces number one choice for companies and individual entrepreneurs. What are the primary locations for office rentals? Primary financial centers of London are the City, Lambeth & Southwark, Canary Wharf, Camden & Islington and Westminster.
In The City, you can find ultramodern office towers, built of concrete and glass. Most headquarters of banks, as well as the most well-known business centers, such as The Cucumber, are situated here. Westminster boasts classical buildings and fits perfectly for companies which prefer a relaxed atmosphere, privacy and want to avoid the tumult of the City. Canary Wharf hosts offices of insurance groups, investment funds, and other financial institutions. It also has a winter skating rink and some other recreational facilities to unwind after a hard working day. Camden & Islington work well for retail brands and service providers since these areas are almost the most densely-populated areas in the world. Lambeth & Southwark, just like the City, are home to the most recognizable buildings in London skyline, such as The Shard and City Hall.
There is no need to say about thousands of art galleries, excellent art exhibitions, contemporary art installations, prestigious and interactive museums, theatres, libraries, and opera houses in London. The city has countless options on how to spend free time and enjoy its unique heritage and vibes. Furthermore, some cultural events, such as Sotheby’s and Christie's auctions, attract hundreds of the wealthiest people in the world. This creates additional opportunities both to spend the time and to meet new people, who might be your potential business partners.