This office building was built in 1819. Benefiting from a communal break out area, parking facilities, board rooms, CCTV and kitchen facilities. More info
Striking office space complete with a full service business package, complete with smart furnishings, meeting rooms, reception and IT support staff, broadband and more. More info
This impressive Victorian building is situated in a lovely courtyard just a short distance from Lambeth North and Waterloo stations. Offering twenty-six furnished or unfurnished offices benefiting from a breakout room, an onsite management team, meeting rooms, secure entry, ISDN and Broadband services. More info
Borough office building on Boundary Row offering comfortable lounge and break out areas for staff and visitors. Also available to tenants are designated conference and meeting rooms and services and facilities to help create the perfect virtual office for you and your staff. Providing not only administration and secretarial support staff to assist you but also a professionally manned reception to create the right first impression and an... More info
This fully refurbished four storey period building offers premium serviced office space which is suitable for between two and thirty people. Benefiting from a friendly reception service, access to meeting rooms and administrative support.
Businesses who move into our office building benefit from a comprehensive range of facilities such as conference rooms for presentations and meetings and video call conferencing facilities, which help create professional and personal meetings. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: office temperature and interior environment control with excellent air conditioning systems, beautifully furnished office, and 24 hour access, 7... More info
A 1960s purpose built office block opposite Waterloo station. This Business Centre offers serviced offices in a variety of configurations to suit anything from 1 - 100 person requirements. Services available include onsite car parking and reception facilities. More info
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Lambeth office building includes conference rooms for presentations and meetings, a number of shared office space features, and unbranded office space. Office space at this business centre is offered inclusive of business and administration support services such as excellent secretarial support to help you with your business administration and a professional telephone answering service to... More info
This commercial property comprises 5 000 square feet of open plan space and is conveniently located in SE1 with a wide choice of commuting options for personnel, as well as quick access to Central London, the West End and local amenities. More info
This bespoke business centre provides a fantastic selection of office suites in a mix of sizes available immediately on flexible terms. Welcoming and highly professional reception staff are ready to welcome you to the building, while proficient admin support and IT personnel offer a range of services to ensure the smooth running of your business. Contemporary, well appointed workspace suites that consist of worktables, seating, boardroom... More info
Business in South Bank
South Bank's main economic activity is linked to its role as one of London's major arts and entertainment districts. Several important venues are based in the area, including the Southbank Centre. The sprawling facility houses the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Hayward Gallery. The Royal National Theatre, the London IMAX Cinema and BFI Southbank are also located close to the Southbank Centre. The London Eye is also found in South Bank next to the River Thames. Also in the area is County Hall, which has been transformed to house hotels as well as the Sea Life London Aquarium and the London Dungeon. South Bank is also home to London Studios, which is the main base of ITV. Although much of South Bank's local economy is focused on the arts and culture as well as tourism, the area is also a place for other commercial sectors. Regeneration efforts throughout the South Bank area have transformed the skyline, including the addition of the iconic Shard. New and redeveloped buildings offer large and open floorplans for businesses. Many law firms and architects are relocated to the area. The Shell Centre is the UK headquarters for oil giant Shell. As part of plans announced in 2011, the site is being redeveloped as part of the Southbank Place project. The project will incorporate new public spaces as well as additional offices, shops and restaurants.
Office Buildings in South Bank
Office options in the vicinity of South Bank include 6 Hays Lane, a service office development close to London Bridge Station. The building includes flexible office space, meeting rooms, and 24-hour CCTV monitoring. At 22 Upper Ground co-working space is available across five floors. Tenants have access to a terrace and communal penthouse with views of the Thames as well as a range of amenities such as bike storage and showers. This space attracts businesses in media, technology and professional services sectors as well as charities.
About South Bank
South Bank is an entertainment and commercial destination across from the City of Westminster. The area has been a place for entertainment since the Middle Ages, when unregulated theatres and other establishments operated outside of the City of London's authority. Named for its position on the River Thames, the area sits within the London Boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark. It is bordered by Westminster and Blackfriars's bridges. Other crossings linking South Bank with the north bank of the Thames include the Golden Jubilee Bridge and Waterloo Bridge. Originally known as Lambeth March, South Bank's name was adopted during the Festival of Britain in 1951. It is the site of some of London's most famous attractions including the London Eye, the Jubilee Gardens, the Sea Life London Aquarium and the London Dungeon at the County Hall complex. The construction of the County Hall between 1917 and 1922 transformed the area, along with redevelopment spurred by the Festival of Britain. Several cultural venues are also found in South Bank including the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Festival Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre, and BFI Southbank.