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West London Serviced Offices & Coworking Spaces

We can help you find office space to rent in West London. No matter what type of workspace you're looking for - from executive serviced offices in Acton to shared office space in Westbourne Grove - we've got a property to suit your specific requirements. Call us on 020 3053 3893 for free expert advice.



Office Rental Costs & Considerations

West London is a densely populated area with a permanent population of nearly 1.4 million people. This means that businesses looking to establish themselves in the area can reach a potentially large audience by simply targeting the local population.

Convenient access to the rest of the city and the country is another benefit of being based in West London. Heathrow airport is only 15 miles away, and Paddington station currently has direct links with Heathrow airport and frequent rail services to Berkshire, Thames Valley, Wales, and the South West of England. This railway station will be served by Crossrail in 2019, and this infrastructure upgrade is likely to have a positive impact on local businesses by putting an additional 1.5 million people within easy reach of West London.

Certain parts of West London are particularly suited to businesses that require retail or industrial space, especially in Uxbridge, Watford, and along Great West Road, where there are several industrial estates and business parks that offer easy access to some of the city's main logistics and distribution hubs.

The high cost of office and retail floor space in West London is another important consideration, as rental values tend to increase in the easternmost parts of this area, and especially in Kensington and Paddington, where average asking prices for office space range between £89 and £95 / square foot.

Business in West London

The major industry sectors in West London are media, telecommunications, leisure, entertainment, education, and healthcare. There is a large concentration of major record labels in the Kensington area, which include established firms (Universal Music Group, SONY, Warner Music, EMI, Decca Records, and Polygram), as well as several independent labels and recording studios.

In addition, there is a cluster of hospitality, real estate, and luxury retail businesses in Kensington, where the visitor economy also plays an important role thanks to the presence of tourist attractions like Kensington Palace and the Natural History Museum. This area also attracts business visitors and tourists with the annual celebration of important trade shows and events like the Notting Hill Carnival, the Chelsea Flower Show, the London Book Fair, and the Business Travel Show.

Some large companies already established in the area include the BBC, SONY Mobile Communications, Walt Disney Company, and L'Oreal.

About West London

West London is established between busy access roads into the capital city, such as the M4, North Circular Road, and the A40. The boroughs that constitute West London have high levels of commercial and entrepreneurial development and local businesses make a great contribution to the city's economy.

West London is characterised by a lively atmosphere and is home to some of the city's most important shopping and entertainment venues, such as O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, the Earls Court Conference and Exhibition Centre, Westfield Centre, and Olympia London.

The most notable business locations within West London include Hammersmith, Ealing, and Paddington. In recent years, Acton has profiled itself as an emerging business location that attracts real estate investors and independent retailers.

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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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Conventional Office Space

Traditional office space is a good option for businesses with at least 100 employees and, across London, conventional office space is typically favoured by corporates.

Facilitates branding and advertising.
Potentially lower rates or discounts, especially whenever longer leases are agreed.
Flexibility and control over the premises' appearance, layout, and space management.
Only pay for the amount of space used.

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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.