Our Greater London office search service is completely free to use, and our advisors are on hand to go that extra mile in helping you to find the perfect Richmond office space at cost effective rates. No matter what property type you need, we offer a comprehensive range of Richmond offices to rent, from creative business centre facilities, serviced office hubs, shared workspaces and short term rentals to industrial spaces, warehouses, and conventional commercial property leasing.

Oriel House at 26 The Quadrant is a modern building offering spectacular office spaces with warm décor and contemporary furnishings close to both Richmond Train Station and the scenic banks of the River Thames. Well-lit and fully furnished spaces are available on flexible terms for between four and 50 people. Offices are unbranded to allow tenants to create and customise their own work environment.

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Serviced from £295 per person per monthCoworking from £275 per person per monthVirtual from £40
Oriel House, 26 The Quadrant - TW9 1DL


Spacious, fully serviced, furnished office space is available at Parkshot House, 5 Kew Road, Richmond TW9 2PR. Arranged on the ground to third floors with comfortable conference suites based on the basement level. The workspace is complemented by meeting rooms and breakout areas.This commercial development offers fully inclusive packages on terms from 3 months to 5 years. More info

Serviced from £270 per person per monthCoworking from £260 per person per monthVirtual from £71
Parkshot House, 5 Kew Road - TW9 2PR




Office Space in Richmond

Serviced offices in Richmond can be found in a variety of commercial premises, particularly on and around George Street between Richmond Green and Richmond Hill. Additional hotspots include The Quadrant and adjacent streets such as Sheen Road. A wide selection of West London offices located in the Borough of Richmond upon Thames can be found above, surrounded by a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs.

Regus operates serviced offices at 2 Sheen Road, an ideal office building for small and medium sized businesses. This area is popular with business consultancies and public relations firms. The three-storey building features a videoconferencing studio, business lounge, meeting rooms, and showers.

Spencer House, located at 23 Sheen Road, and Parkshot House on 5 Kew Road also offer a variety of modern office solutions. Parkshot House, often occupied by companies in the healthcare, communications, and legal sectors, provides spacious offices that are complemented by meeting rooms, breakout areas and a variety of other sought-after amenities.

Business in Richmond

Richmond is a major commercial centre south-west of central London. Retail is a major economic driver for the town, which serves as a well-established destination for up-market shoppers. The town centre's retail district is primarily focused on George Street, The Quadrant and Hill Street. Among the town's more than 200 shops are major stores such as Boots, House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer and Whole Foods.

Due to its proximity to central London, Heathrow Airport and the M4, Richmond is home to several head offices for national and international companies. The technology sector is among the strongest sectors in Richmond, although the town attracts businesses for various sectors. PayPal, eBay and The Securitas Group are just some of the multinationals with UK and European offices based in Richmond.

About Richmond

Richmond is an attractive suburban town within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Central Richmond is close to several popular attractions, including Hampton Court Palace and Kew Gardens. The area was established with the construction of Richmond Palace during the sixteenth century by Henry VII. The palace lends its name to the town, which is where Elizabeth I spent her last days.

Richmond features several parks and green spaces, including Richmond Park. Richmond Hill and Richmond Green are surrounded by Georgian terraced houses build during the eighteenth century.

The Thames is a major draw in Richmond, particularly around Richmond Bridge. The riverfront is home to numerous footpaths, as well as several bars and restaurants, many of which are housed in Georgian-style buildings. Richmond Green is one of the most beautiful urban green spaces in England, having hosted sporting events since at least the sixteenth century when archery contests and other tournaments were organised.

The Poppy Factory is also found at Richmond Hill, where disabled former service men and women produce Remembrance Day poppies each year. Richmond Hill is also the site of the former Royal Star and Garter Home, as well as the entrance to Richmond Park, a national nature reserve and the largest of London's Royal Parks.

Serviced Office Space to Rent in Richmond, London

These shared and private offices are offered on flexible, competitive rental rates. The offices feature a comprehensive selection of facilities and services such as a manned reception with telephone answering, secretarial support, WiFi, meeting room facilities, air conditioning, car parking, 24 hour secure entry, etc....

Richmond Transport Links

Richmond station on Kew Road is also a short walk from most of the offices in central Richmond and is served by South West Trains, linking Richmond with Reading and London Waterloo. Richmond is also the terminus for the Underground's District line and the Overground's North London line.

As for transport links, most of the shared spaces and office units are within short walking distance of Richmond station, as well as North Sheen railway station and Kew Gardens tube station, providing links to Reading and Waterloo stations. In addition, Heathrow Airport can be easily reached by road or from the nearest train or tube station.

Browse the listings above to find a range of flexible offices with all-inclusive pricing that covers rent, business rates and facilities. Fill in the Quick Quotes form or call 020 3965 9617 now to speak to an expert.


office space sub-letting solutions

Office Subletting

Office sublets are generally a good option for new businesses and for companies of any size going through a growth stage. They are affordable with low set up costs.

Cost-effective office rental solution.
Reduced upfront costs (such as office fit-out).
Shorter and flexible lease terms.
Ideal for new or expanding businesses.

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Commercial Property Leasing

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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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.