South London serviced offices are available now in South Bank with high spec amenities and all inclusive pricing. View our featured selection below or call 020 3965 9617 to speak to an expert.
Providing amenities including; private offices, conference rooms, kitchen pantries and pet-friendly policies, this space truly has it all. In a recognisable riverside setting, the centre will boast facilities - from wellness spaces for those who need a break to outdoor spaces created to inspire. The views from this space can't be beaten; The London Eye, Big Ben and the Thames are all within sight - and reach â€“ of this fantastic... More info
This new workspace offers instant "wow factor" with astonishing 360 degree London views and newly-refurbished bespoke office layouts. This cost-effective office space is best suited to bigger organisations wanting up to 120 desks with mainline transport links nearby. Units are self-contained, so businesses have their own private kitchen space, meeting rooms and communal lounge areas. Members of the space will benefit from ultra-fast 1GB... More info
The functional and flexible serviced office spaces at 19 Hatfields are close to great transport links. Southwark station is within a four-minute walk for the London Underground's Jubilee line, while mainline services are found at nearby Waterloo East and Waterloo stations. Waterloo is also an important hub for tube services to destinations across London via the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City lines.
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This business centre is located in a fantastic area in the heart of London. Offers a wide range of modern, professional office and studio space. Here with the large windows and balconies you will be able to take a break from work and enjoy the river views. Amenities here include a welcoming reception area, on-site cafe and a personalised on-site management team on hand to answer any queries and support to help your business thrive. Tenants... More info
30 Stamford Street is a welcoming base for start-ups and established companies. This coworking community includes shared and private office space across eight floors. Options include dedicated and hot desks as well as offices of various sizes for one to eight people. Larger offices may also be available at the South Bank location.
The dog-friendly workspace has plenty of unique features, from a dedicated brainstorming and... More info
This modern business centre offers 75,000 square feet of Grade A office space across four floors at 1 Paris Garden. A former warehouse building, 1-2 Paris Garden was once used as a printing and distribution centre. Much of the building now features modern open plan coworking spaces with dedicated spaces set aside for private offices and breakout areas.
The property recently underwent an exceptional refurbishment project to... More info
The centre at 41 Blackfriars Rd, London has 11 floors of spacious, comfortable workspace with plenty of natural light, calm tones, excellent facilities & everything you need to get stuff done! More info
This hub offers a range of stylish, contemporary office space, coworking space, hot desks and meeting rooms at New Kings Beam House, 22 Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PD. Shared workspace is at your disposal, offering the self employed a wide variety of possibilities for networking in a warm and friendly entrepreneurial setting, while at the same time exclusive private office suites deliver more conventional business accommodation... More info
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Take a look at our South Bank office space, available to rent on flexible terms, including executive suites and furnished offices benefiting from a full service package. We also have coworking and shared workspace, conventional commercial property, desk rental, warehouse space, short term office space available with easy in/easy out options, and virtual office opportunities. Our easy to use, Central London office space search service is focused on finding you the ideal business accommodation at competitive rates.
Business in South Bank
South Bank's main economic activity is linked to its role as one of London's major arts and entertainment districts. Several important venues are based in the area, including the Southbank Centre.
Although much of South Bank's local economy is focused on the arts and culture as well as tourism, the area is also a place for other commercial sectors. Regeneration efforts throughout the South Bank area have transformed the skyline, including the addition of the iconic Shard. New and redeveloped buildings offer large and open floorplans for businesses.
Many law firms and architects are located in the area. The Shell Centre is the UK headquarters for oil giant Shell. Recently redeveloped as part of the Southbank Place project, new public spaces, as well as additional offices, shops and restaurants, have been incorporated into the area.
Office Buildings in South Bank
Office options in the vicinity of South Bank include:
- 6 Hays Lane, a service office development close to London Bridge. The building includes flexible office space, meeting rooms, and 24-hour CCTV monitoring.
- At 22 Upper Ground coworking space is available across five floors. Tenants have access to a terrace and communal penthouse with views of the Thames as well as a range of amenities such as bike storage and showers. This space attracts businesses in media, technology and professional services sectors as well as charities.
South Bank Transportation Links
South Bank is served by Southwark, Waterloo, Waterloo East and London Bridge stations, and is within easy reach of more. Bus routes are also readily available.
About South Bank
South Bank is an entertainment and commercial destination across from the City of Westminster. The area has been a place for entertainment since the Middle Ages, when unregulated theatres and other establishments operated outside of the City of London's authority.
Named for its position on the River Thames, the area sits within the London Boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark. It is bordered by Westminster and Blackfriars's bridges. Other crossings linking South Bank with the north bank of the Thames include the Golden Jubilee Bridge and Waterloo Bridge.
Originally known as Lambeth March, South Bank's name was adopted during the Festival of Britain in 1951. It is the site of some of London's most famous attractions including the London Eye, the Jubilee Gardens, the Sea Life London Aquarium and the London Dungeon at the County Hall complex. The construction of the County Hall between 1917 and 1922 transformed the area, along with redevelopment spurred by the Festival of Britain. Several cultural venues are also found in South Bank including the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Festival Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre, and BFI Southbank.