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South London Serviced Offices & Coworking Spaces

South London is home to established business hotpots such as the Docklands and Greenwich with certain areas offering relatively low office space costs. We can help you find office space in South London including conventional space, sublets, small units, serviced offices, co-working space and more. Have a look through the currently avaiable listings above, fill out the instant quote form or just call 020 3053 3893 to speak to one of our experienced consultants.



Office Rental Costs & Considerations

In a relatively short period of time, South London has become home to several established business hotpots, such as the Docklands and Greenwich, which are particularly attractive to businesses involved in finance, creative and digital industries. Despite the growth in popularity brought about by infrastructure improvements, these areas still have much potential for development, which is something to be taken into account by prospective residents and tenants. For example, a large-scale development in the Greenwich Peninsula, which will result in the creation of 60,000 square metres of commercial space and improved public transportation facilities.

There is also ongoing construction at Canary Wharf (mainly in Bank Street, Park Place, and North Quay) and in Canada Water, where more than 5 million square feet of commercial and residential space are to be added to the area's current inventory. Moreover, South London is home to a number of up-and-coming business locations. These include Nine Elms (in Wandsworth), where a regeneration project is underway, as well as Brixton and Merton, which offer access to business incubators and support for entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 30 years old.

The relatively low cost of commercial space in certain areas of South London is another important consideration. Commercial space can be leased at considerably lower rates than in central London, yet the area is well connected to the rest of the city. However, it is important to bear in mind that property costs are expected to grow with the arrival of Crossrail services to the area.

Business in South London

The major industries in South London include finance, banking, the arts, media, entertainment, and ICT. The world's major banks and financial groups are well represented here with the presence of Barclays, J.P. Morgan, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, S&P, KPMG, MetLife, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, and Bank of America. In the areas south of the River Thames, the importance of tourism, leisure, the arts, media, and creative industries is growing at a fast pace. This is especially applicable to the Greenwich Peninsula, Woolwich, and Thamesmead.

About South London

Over the past decade, the business scene in South London has been experiencing impressive growth levels. This sub-region has a total population of approximately 1.7 million people and is home to one of the world's major financial hubs, Canary Wharf, which employs more than 100,000 people and has over 14 million square feet of commercial space.

South London is well connected to the rest of the city and also has national and international links thanks to the presence of London City airport, which serves more than 30 destinations in Europe and North America. The area is set to benefit from major infrastructure projects, such as Crossrail and Crossrail 2, which will offer improved access and connectivity as well as create business opportunities in the medium and long term.

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Serviced Offices

SMEs are the most common serviced office occupier. First-time business owners are also typical tenants, as a serviced office is perceived as a less risky option when compared to conventional office space.

All-inclusive pricing.
Short / flexible lease length.
Less capital expenditure.
Opportunities for networking.
No dilapidation costs.

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Business Centre/Park Space

Business centre and business park space is available in a number of forms including serviced offices, virtual offices, hot desks, and shared office space.

Flexibility.
Better value than conventional space.
Creative allocation of space and high quality premises.
Lower financial risks.
No legal or commercial agent costs.

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Industrial Units & Warehousing

There are approximately 30 million square feet of industrial space in Inner London with industrial and warehousing space appeals to companies in a wide range of industry sectors.

Convenient access to local and international markets.
This sub-market continues to outperform other commercial property sectors .
Low rent volatility.
Economical and highly efficient.