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The building benefits from fully fitted kitchens on each floor, along with a variety of open plan areas and different size meeting rooms/private offices with furniture throughout. All floors can be divided to accommodate size requirements from 400 square feet to 14,870 square feet. The centre provide amenities like shower rooms, lockers, and bike storage available. The building has 14 allocated secure parking spaces at the rear of the... More info
This is a modern self-contained premise arranged over the ground and upper floors. The building is 10,000Â sqÂ ft divided into approximately 60 office suites, ranging from 100 to 1000Â sqÂ ft. The accommodation is fully carpeted and has modern lighting. More info
A stunning new development that comprises an impressive 750,000 sq ft. This ultra-modern office space has been designed to meet the demands of your modern business. Each area has large windows that allow the space to be filled with an abundance of natural light creating a comfortable working environment for you and your team. The space boasts a sleek and stylish interior design and is complete with a vast range of modern amenities. This... More info
Hyde Park House is an attractive office building offering well-equipped space for individuals and groups of up to 15 people across its 3 floors. The welcoming and proficient management team will provide all the help and support your business might need. The office suites have recently been renovated to a high standard and are available on flexible rental terms without the need for expensive, long term lease agreements.
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Set in the leafy Putney Common area, this centre is part of a secure gated development and offers a professional environment allowing your business to thrive. The centre offers a range of amenities that will benefit any potential tenants, such as air conditioning, kitchen facilities, daily cleaning, high speed internet and IT infrastructure. Tenants can also make use of meeting room facilities where you can host any team meetings or... More info
Business in Putney
Putney straddles two worlds. Despite being close to London's main business areas, the Putney area retains a laid back atmosphere thanks to several green spaces. Regular bus, Underground and rail services link the area with London Waterloo in about 20 minutes, making it an attractive residential district for commuters. River buses also provide connections to the financial and economic districts of the City and Canary Wharf.
Leisure and entertainment sectors have a strong presence in Putney by virtue of its position as a major destination for Londoners looking to enjoy the outdoors. A major driver of the local retail economy. Putney's retail sector is centred around its high street and the Putney Exchange Shopping Centre. Opened in 1990 and refurbished in 2014, the shopping centre has a mix of High Street and independent retailers. Independent shops are also found at Victorian properties along Lacy Road, which links with the modern shopping centre. Like other parts of South West London, there is also a mix of businesses in various sectors active in Putney.
Putney Transportation Links
Regular bus, Underground and rail services link the area with London Waterloo in about 20 minutes, making it an attractive district for commuters. Putney and East Putney tube stations provide regular fast services to other areas of London, and numerous bus routes are also available.
Office Buildings in Putney
Commercial spaces in Putney range from converted Victorian homes and other heritage properties to post-war office blocks and modern developments. Most spaces are found along Putney High Street, Putney Bridge Road, and Upper Richmond Road. The area is home to a number of office buildings that were largely built following the Second World War.
Modern office buildings include Dial House at 2 Burston Road. The refurbished four-storey building features open-plan office spaces. Serviced office options include Hyde Park House on Manfred Road. The three-storey business centre was once part of St Stephen's Church. Spacious offices are provided in two wings that are joined by an atrium. On-site amenities include kitchens, mail handling and catering.
Many commercial properties built in Putney following the war are being lost to large-scale residential developments, especially along Upper Richmond Road. The change is being driven largely by professionals' demand for housing close to Central London. Some redevelopment schemes are bringing modern office spaces to the area, including London Square Putney. Located between Putney and East Putney stations, London Square is helping to transform Upper Richmond Road with new residential, retail and office spaces.
Sitting across from Fulham along the River Thames, Putney is a leafy district within the London Borough of Wandsworth in South West London. The largely residential area is an attractive base for professionals and other commuters looking for good transport links into the heart of the capital's financial and commercial districts.
For centuries, Putney has attracted Londoners looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy its open spaces. Up until the middle of the nineteenth century, Putney was still a largely wooded and agricultural area. This character remains to some extent, as Putney continues to be a popular place to exercise outdoors. Several running, cycling and triathlon clubs are based in and around the area, which is part of the Thames Path.
Putney is also a major centre for rowing. The London Rowing Club, the Thames Rowing Club, the Imperial College Boat Club, and other rowing clubs are based along the Thames at Putney Embankment. Since 1856, the famed University Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge has also started upstream from Putney Bridge at the University Stone.