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Doing Business in Camden
Camden is home to several major professional and trade organisations, charities, along with other public and private bodies. Cancer Research UK, the National Union of Students, the Trades Union Congress and Wellcome Trust all have offices in the borough. There are also many medical bodies based in the borough, including the British Medical Association, the Royal College of Surgeons, the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Great Ormond Street Hospital, St Pancras Hospital, and University College Hospital are also found in the borough.
Some of London's most important educational institutions also have a presence in Camden, including the University of London, University of College London and The University of Law. Major companies with head offices in Camden include Santander UK, Sainsbury's and Atlantic Books.
With approximately 24,400 businesses, Camden is home to the second largest concentration of businesses in London after Westminster. The cultural and creative industries sector alone has 3,700 businesses and employs around 40,600 people or 16 percent of all jobs in the borough. Business service firms including advertising, real estate, and consultancies represent half of all businesses in Camden and account for more than a third of local jobs.
Several redevelopment schemes will provide improved commercial spaces for businesses, including the sprawling King's Cross Central development that will add new office, retail, leisure and residential on former rail lands. Euston, Tottenham Court Road, Holborn and West Hampstead are also seeing significant redevelopment.
Camden Transportation Links
Camden is very well catered to by transportation links with Camden Town, Mornington Crescent, Chalk Farm and Kentish Town Tube stations within easy reach. Euston Mainline Railway station is a 15 minute walk away and the area is well served by numerous bus routes.
Office Buildings in Camden
Commercial properties in Camden are found mainly in business centres based around Tottenham Court Road and New Oxford Street. Other major commercial and business centres with office spaces in the borough include Covent Garden, Fitzrovia and Holborn. Options range from converted period buildings and coworking spaces to serviced offices and modern office blocks.
Examples of office spaces in Fitzrovia include:
- 80-85 Tottenham Court Road - The 44,500-square-foot office building includes refurbished and serviced options.
- Also in Fitzrovia is Bentinck House at 3-8 Bolsover Street, which features serviced spaces in an elegant Edwardian building.
- In Holborn, 88 Kingsway provides serviced offices with meeting rooms and dedicated administration support close to the Inns of Court.
- Sainsbury's head office is found at 33 Holborn, a modern nine-story office building developed in 2001. Designed by Foster + Partners, the glass building has about 323,044 square feet of office accommodation.
More About Camden
Located in the northern part of London, Camden stretches from Holborn and Bloomsbury in the south to Hampstead Heath in the north. The borough is nestled between the City of Westminster and the City of London to the south, Brent in the west, Islington in the east, and Barnet and Haringey to the north. The British Library, Euston Station, King's Cross Station and St Pancras International are also located within the borough's borders.
Other attractions in Camden include the Bloomsbury Theatre, the BT Tower, Camden Market, Dominion Theatre, Freud Museum, Lincoln's Inn, The Roundhouse, Shaftesbury Theatre, and the London Zoo. The borough's districts and neighbourhood include Camden Town, which is known for its alternative culture and markets. Others include Bloomsbury, Holborn, Kings Cross, and Primrose Hill. Parts of the West End, Fitzrovia and Covent Garden are also within Camden.