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Newly refurbished riverside property within an eighteenth-century listed building. It is situated on the south side of River Thames providing a spectacular location. The interior of the offices are finished to very high standard of interior design to provide a pleasant working environment. All the offices are open-plan, allowing maximum flexibility with separate boardroom and meeting rooms. They also look onto a beautiful courtyard. More info
Bellerive House is a waterside office building at 3 Muirfield Crescent that has been refurbished to provide Grade A office space in London's Docklands - right in the heart of the Isle of Dogs, close to Canary Wharf. This impressive glass and brick building and eight other office blocks are arranged around a central piazza at the Glengall Bridge estate.
The 7 storey modern building offers hot desks and unbranded offices to rent.... More info
Overlooking the Millwall Inner Dock, this Isle of Dogs business centre is an environmentally-sustainable and carbon neutral property. Flexible solutions deliver managed and serviced office accommodation in unbranded and furnished spaces. Hot desks and shared spaces with two or more workstations are available, allowing you and your team to sit together and collaborate more easily.
The centre's stunning interior boasts bespoke... More info
This centre, located near to Canary Wharf, offers both office and light industrial space. The space is generally open plan, with some of the light industrial units benefiting from a split-level mezzanine layout. The centre's versatility and layout means it is an ideal location for all different types of businesses, from start-ups to established companies. The centre comes with a vast array of amenities for tenants to make use of, with high... More info
These professional office spaces in Poplar are located at 43-45 Gillender Street, E14, in a diverse commercial development with three distinct buildings that mix contemporary and period architecture. Take your pick from the Container Futures' sustainable office accommodation in converted shipping containers (fixed desk space and small private offices on all inclusive pricing), the period listed building Old Poplar Library (private offices... More info
This fantastic office building is in a wonderful location, where the River Lea joins the River Thames. The buildings at this location are made from recycled shipping containers and this listing has two studios available. One studio is on the second floor at 296 Sq Ft, with a south facing balcony and an east facing window. The other studio is on the third floor at 298 Sq Ft, with an east facing balcony. There are toilets located close by on... More info
Built in 2003, the Waterfront Studios business centre at 1 Dock Road, London E16 covers 115,000 square feet and offers cost-effective office, light industrial and storage solutions for businesses. Offices on flexible lease terms range from 150 to 1,200 square feet, while light industrial units are between 900 and 3,200 square feet.
The business centre has two dedicated rooms for meetings, training workshops, interviews and other... More info
Business in the Docklands
The London Docklands is a sprawling area in east and southeast London. It includes portions of Greenwich, Lewisham, Newham, Southwark and Tower Hamlets along the River Thames. The Docklands were once part of the Port of London, which at one point was the largest port in the world. Much of the area has seen significant redevelopment with new residential and commercial projects, including Tobacco and St Katharine Docks.
Many of the Docklands' former wharfs and warehouses have disappeared, although some have been restored and converted into new uses. The docks have also been transformed into recreational marinas. Most of the redevelopment in the Docklands has focused on new residential projects, with some exceptions like the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf.
Office Buildings in the Docklands
One of the area's most important business clusters is the financial services sector based at Canary Wharf, which is the largest employment centre in the Docklands. Canary Wharf was built on the site of the West India Docks, which operated from 1802 until 1980. Many of the UK's tallest office buildings are concentrated within this area, which is the capital's second major financial and business centre along with the City.
The north side of Canary Wharf is also being developed as part of the North Quay project, which will add three new towers. In total, more than 16 million square feet of office accommodation within 37 buildings is found at Canary Wharf.
While Canary Wharf is largely focused on financial services, businesses from a variety of sectors are found throughout the Docklands. Other office spaces suitable for businesses in virtually any sector are found at Tobacco Dock between the Tower of London and Canary Wharf. In addition to exhibition and event spaces, Tobacco Dock has flexible coworking spaces for start-up and established companies. Office spaces are housed in a Grade I listed waterside complex and supports over a hundred businesses.
St Katharine Dock is centred around Central London's only marina. The redeveloped dock includes office and retail spaces. Dating back to 1828, St Katharine Dock is located opposite the Tower of London. Like Tobacco Dock, office spaces at St Katharine Dock are housed in converted warehouses.
Docklands Transport Links
The driverless Docklands Light Railway (DLR) system connects the area to the London Underground network as well as providing access to London City Airport and the Emirates Air Line cable car. Local DLR stations include South Quay and Mudchute.
About the Docklands
The London Docklands sit east of the City of London. They are largely found north of the Thames from Tower Bridge to Woolwich. Following the Second World War, many of the docks were closed and filled to make way for new development. The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) connects most of the area. Much of the computer-controlled line is over ground and elevated, providing views of the surrounding area.
Beyond the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf, attractions in the Docklands include the Museum of London's Docklands. The museum is housed in a converted nineteenth century warehouse on West India Quay. The Limehouse Basin is a starting point for trails along Regent's Canal, while Tower Bridge and the Tower of London at the western edge of the Docklands provide a gateway to the area.