Our free office space search service was designed to help you find the perfect business address in North London. Our North London commercial property portfolio includes serviced offices in business centres, start up space, collaborative workspaces and hot desking in cowork hubs, virtual services, conventional office leasing and more - all at budget friendly rates.
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Harringay office building includes lounge / break-out areas for employees to take a break or hold informal meetings, rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees, and virtual office space options to help keep costs down. This prestigious office building provides business support and reception services as part of its office space package. Services include... More info
Benefiting from spacious business accommodation and light-filled spaces, this business centre provides office space for organisations of all sizes. The converted warehouse boasts a modern interior with attractive industrial elements, including exposed brick walls and high ceilings. A fabulous atrium at the centre of the property helps create a stunning entrance into the centre.
A professional receptionist ensures all your guests... More info
This former church is a stunning listed building with a colonnade façade that has been beautifully converted into bright, contemporary office accommodation.
Unfurnished and unbranded offices are spread across the ground floor and three upper floors at this unique property. Self-contained units range from 256 square feet to 871 square feet, suitable for businesses with teams of four to 12 people. Office spaces can be... More info
This laid back, dog friendly coworking space at 25 Horsell Road, Highbury East, N5 1XL is located near the Highbury & Islington station. The centre offers a range of flexible workspace options including weekend and day passes, coworking memberships for shared and dedicated desk space, as well as private offices. Amenities include sound proof phone booths for private calls, an outdoor workspace / break area, meeting rooms, coffee lounge and... More info
The Busworks is a converted Victorian-era bus factory with flexible office, coworking, studio and workshop spaces. This stylish office location is made up of four unique buildings, each offering a character-filled work environment with modern facilities. Commercial units with amazing period features accommodate organisations with two to 50 people, while shared amenities support occupiers in this friendly community of entrepreneurs and... More info
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Hampstead Garden Suburb office building includes rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees, unbranded office space for a greater level of professionalism, and virtual office facilities for off-site working. Offering excellent secretarial support to help you with your business administration as well as a dedicated reception support team ready to welcome... More info
This stylish business centre has hot desks, coworking spaces and private offices for freelancers, entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes. Flexible terms mean you can pay as your go or opt for monthly packages for desks or offices, depending on your needs.
A bright and open hot desk area includes comfortable places to meet and network, as well as lockers to securely store your belongings. You can reserve a dedicated desk or... More info
Office spaces at this recently refurbished property retain many beautiful features, from wooden beams and flooring to exposed brick walls. Private offices with one desk and shared spaces with multiple workstations are designed with small businesses in mind. Fully furnished offices are available on a short- or long-term basis.
Additional benefits at this property including 24-hour access, a security entry system, and daily... More info
Situated in the heart of the eclectic Camden Market, this Chalk Farm Road coworking solution delivers a fashionable and innovative business environment. Its superb location next to Camden Lock in the world famous market means you have a 28-million annual footfall right outside your office. This gives you a readily available test market for your product or service.
Stunning spaces at the business centre were designed by DRS and... More info
Business in North London
North London's economy is dominated by small- and medium-sized enterprises. Smaller businesses provide most jobs in the area, making North London a mainly small business economy. Major sectors in Haringey include retail, wholesale distribution, health and social work, education, and real estate. In Barnet, the largest sectors are professional, scientific and technical as well as health and education. Property and construction and telecommunications are also major employers in Barnet. In Enfield, the food and drink industry accounts for over a third of manufacturing jobs in the borough. Green businesses as well as wholesale and distribution sectors are areas of growth in Enfield.
Barnet Council, Enfield Borough Council and Haringey Council are among the largest employers in North London. North Finchley is currently undergoing regeneration, with the project aiming to boost trade and cultural offerings throughout the area. The UK headquarters for McDonald's is at East Finchley in Barnet, and the head office of the Pentland Group is also located in the borough. Both companies are among Barnet's major private sector employers. Coca-Cola Enterprises, Arla Foods and Warburtons have operations in Enfield, while John Lewis and Marks & Spencer have distribution depots in the borough. Middlesex University is also a major employer in North London, particularly within the London Borough of Barnet. The university has over 17,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and its main campus is in Hendon.
North London is adjacent to the London boroughs of Camden and Islington, which are generally considered part of Central London. In some instances, these boroughs or sections of them have been included as part of North London. They have also been included within North London in previous London Plans. Camden and Islington are important bases for creative industries, including art, design, architecture and fashion. The boroughs also have strong media and finance sectors.
Office Options in North London
Most office options in North London are small-scale spaces at or near high street locations. Town centre offices are found in North Finchley, Barnet and Enfield Town. There is an oversupply of office space in certain areas, including Edgware and Mill Hill in Barnet. In these places, large-scale office accommodation is being converted into residential units. The trend in many parts of North London is towards smaller offices for service sector businesses, especially in areas close to town centres. The development of large scale office developments in Central London, including around Kings Cross, will likely further reduce demand for larger office buildings in North London.
There are also large scale office options in North London at flagship business park developments. Lumina Park is a major mixed-use commercial development in Enfield. The business park includes a hotel and various light industrial and office spaces. Business units provide open storage and work spaces as well as office accommodation. The North London Business Park in New Southgate is a modern campus with approximately 382,000 square feet of offices and educational spaces. Options include serviced offices with suites between 250 and 80,000 square feet available with short- and long-term leases.
About North London
Broader definitions of North London include all areas of the capital north of the River Thames, including Central, East and West London. Since 2011, the London Plan defines North London as consisting of the London boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. Ermine Street, a major Roman Road connecting London with Lincoln and York, ran through North London. Tottenham High Road, for example, was part of the ancient thoroughfare. Roman settlements were also found in Edmonton and Bush Hill Park in Enfield, while Roman-era manufacturing took place at Brockley Hill in Barnet. Much of North London remained rural until the eighteenth century. During this period, large country houses close to London were built in the area. The arrival of railways during the nineteenth century led to rapid development, which transformed North London into the predominately urban character that is seen today.
Major attractions in North London include White Hart Lane, the home of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. The stadium is in Tottenham within the London Borough of Haringey. A new stadium with a capacity of 61,000 is expected to be ready for the 2018-19 Premier League season. The development will include a new hotel, community and leisure facilities, and a new museum and shop complex for the club. Arsenal Football Club is based at Emirates Stadium in Holloway within the London Borough of Islington. Both teams are major rivals and the North London derby is among one of the most competitive in English football. Other major sights in North London include Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle Museum, Royal Air Force Museum, and Lee Valley Park.