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Serving businesses in the Lower Lea Valley area, Bromley Hall was originally built as a residence in around 1485 during the Tudor period. The property reflects several architectural styles, including Tudor brickwork and decorative features dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Throughout its history, the building was used as a printing works, a gunpowder factory, a maternity hospital, and a missionary society... More info
An ideal base for small businesses, fully-serviced office units can be tailored to meet your needs. Providing a truly unique place to work, contemporary and sustainable office accommodation is available in a new development created from recycled shipping containers. The space boasts self-contained units with porthole-style windows and balconies.
A modern meeting room can be configured for 30 to 50 people for training sessions,... More info
Ideally situated in East Ham on Heigham Road this office building provides its tenants with conference rooms for presentations and meetings in addition to services and facilities to help create the perfect virtual office for you and your staff. Offering excellent secretarial support to help you with your business administration as well as a manned reception service for that professional and personal touch, this professional business centre... More info
Church Road, Stratford is the location of this office building, offering facilities that include hot desking - an excellent way to save on space and facilities, unbranded office space, as well as virtual office space options to help keep costs down. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: an on site cafe serving delicious and healthy snacks and meals, an on site designated parking area for your office, and easy access at... More info
The range of facilities on offer at this Mare Street office building in Hackney include: hot desking to allow employees to share workspaces, saving on space and resources, shared office space, and services and facilities to help create the perfect virtual office for you and your staff. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: lifts make access to the top stories easier, an on site dining facility for office lunches, and 24 hour... More info
Built in 2003, the business centre 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 events. An on-site management team and staff... More info
Built during the 1960s, Keltan House in East London is a purpose-built office building with approximately 28,800 square feet of office space over three upper floors. A beautifully designed co-working space at the property provides a range of private offices for start-ups, creative entrepreneurs, and established businesses.
Offices accommodate one to eight workstations, and larger spaces may be available depending on... More info
Workspace solutions at 1E Mentmore Terrace include coworking spaces and private offices of various sizes that allow you to stay connected with the business centre's community. At the same time, you can create your own work environment and culture in your own personal space.
A bright and open hot desk area has comfortable workstations with standing and sitting desks. Hot desks are available on a pay monthly or pay as you go... More info
This classic industrial building has been carefully refurbished into modern offices. Skylights and high ceilings create a bright environment to work and do business. Open-plan floors feature furnished and unfurnished unbranded offices. There are also hot desking facilities and shared space for freelancers, start-ups, charities, and other small- and medium-sized operations.
Perks include video conference facilities and virtual... More info
Providing five star furnished office space set on the 37th floor benefiting from fantastic views of London. With meeting and conference rooms, lounge areas, communications systems and more. More info
Business in East London
East London is a vibrant business and economic hub in the UK's capital, enjoying rapid growth across a variety of industries and improved infrastructure, along with an increase in highly skilled workers.
The Docklands areas of East London have long been important centres for economic growth and development. From the seventeenth century, the area has seen manufacturing and trade as goods from across the British Empire were received, produced and sold. Tea, tobacco, sugar, spices, coffee and other goods all passed through East London's docks. Starting in the second half of the twentieth century, industry declined as the area's docks could no longer accommodate modern container ships. The result has been an economic transformation in East London.
Canary Wharf is one of London's major business districts and one of the capital's two main financial centres. It is a global hub for banking, media and legal sectors and has approximately 16 million square feet of office and retail space. Barclays, Citygroup, Credit Suisse, EY, Fitch Ratings, HSBC, Infosys, J.P. Morgan, KPMG, MetLife, Moody's, Morgan Stanley, S&P Global, State Street and Thomson Reuters are just some of the major firms based in Canary Wharf. More than 112,000 jobs are based at Canary Wharf, which also had five shopping centres with over 300 shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.
Technology is another economic driver in East London, particularly in Shoreditch. The Old Street Roundabout is the epicentre of Tech City and the capital's high technology cluster. Also known as the Silicon Roundabout, the area is home to various start-up and multinational companies in hi-tech and digital sectors. Amazon, Cisco, Facebook, Google and Intel are some of the major companies with operations in the area. City University of London, Imperial College London, London Metropolitan University, Queen Mary University of London, and University College London also have projects within the Tech City cluster.
Office Options in East London
Some of the tallest buildings in Europe are found along Canary Wharf's iconic skyline. The tallest is One Canada Square, a 771-foot skyscraper completed in 1991 and the second tallest building in the United Kingdom. Major office towers in Canary Wharf include 8 Canada Square, a skyscraper built in 2002 and the world headquarters for HSBC. One Churchill Place is the headquarters for Barclays, while J.P. Morgan has its European headquarters at 25 Bank Street.
Stratford's office options continue to grow at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park following the 2012 Olympic Games. Here East is an emerging hub for creative, digital, technology and media businesses centres around the former Olympic Press and Broadcast Centre. The site is equipped with some of the best data and connectivity infrastructure in Europe. With 227,200 square feet of flexible Grade A office accommodation, the Press Centre has spaces of between 13,300 and 139,805 square feet. The Broadcast Centre has 661,000 square feet of office space with spaces of between 4,731 and 159,658 square feet.
Former warehouses and factories have been transformed into offices throughout East London, helping to preserve the area's industrial heritage while providing modern spaces for businesses. Examples include the Tea Building, which was originally the site of the Lipton Tea factory. It now has 268,600 square feet of high-quality offices as well as a hotel and private members club. Shoreditch also has several co-working office spaces catering to technology companies, including Campus London. Developed by Google, Campus London houses a co-working space operated by TechHub with desks and office spaces. An on-site lab and programmes provide additional supports for entrepreneurs developing new products and services.
About East London
East London refers to a large area east of Central London and north of the River Thames, including the East End of London on the eastern fringe of the ancient walls of the City of London. The area includes six of London's modern boroughs, including Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, and Waltham Forest. A large part of the London Borough of Hackney is also within East London including Shoreditch. East London is home to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which covers 650 acres and was built as the main venue cluster for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. The area is linked to Central London by the London Underground's Jubilee line and the Docklands Light Railway (DLR).
The historic heart of modern-London is the East End, which developed during the Middle Ages outside of the ancient city walls. Much of the development focused on old Roman roads, particularly from Bishopsgate and Aldgate. Industry fuelled further development eastward from the start of the eighteenth century. Much of the area's early industry depended on the River Thames, and several docks were built in Tower Hamlets and neighbouring areas. As industry declined, East London experienced significant regeneration from the late twentieth century. Redevelopment transformed London Docklands and created a new financial centre at Canary Wharf. The 2012 Olympic Games also spurred new development in Stratford.