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The Collective Old Oak at Nash House is an innovative coworking space and co-living concept that provides a new way to work and live in London. Approximately 10,000 square feet of shared spaces and facilities are available at this beautifully designed building in North Acton.

Whether you are dropping in or need a dedicated office space, this unique community provides a range of membership options for entrepreneurs and businesses... More info

Serviced from £242.57 per person per monthLeased - Call for latest priceCoworking from £75 per person per month
The Collective Old Oak, Nash House, Victoria Road - NW10 6FF


The centre comprises a mixture of warehousing, light industrial and distribution depots, together with some retail warehousing. There are a number of business parks, trading estates and industrial estates in the vicinity which make up the area known as Park Royal. More info

Workshop and Industrial Units - Call for latest price
6 Chase Road, Park Royal - NW10 6HZ


This centre offers a creative co-working environment for start-ups, entrepreneurs and small businesses to express themselves and thrive in the energy alongside other like minded people. The world of conducting business is constantly changing so this space offers a range of flexible working spaces to suit your business needs. Whether its permanent workstations, hot desking, office space, meeting rooms or events space, this workspace has... More info

Serviced from £229 per person per monthCoworking from £199 per person per month
140 Wales Farm Road - W3 6UG




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Doing Business in South London

In South London Lambeth and Southwark form one of the capital's main business districts. It is a significant cluster for accountancy and consultancy firms, as well as local government. Ernst & Young, PricewaterhosueCoopers (PwC), Shell, the Greater London Authority, and several other businesses and other organisations are based in the area.

South London has some of the least expensive commercial properties in London compared to other parts of the capital, such as the City and Westminster. This includes relatively affordable commercial districts in Waterloo and Southwark. Its proximity to the City and Canary Wharf also attracts businesses looking to build relationships with national and international financial and legal services firms based north of the Thames River.

Office Options in South London

The South Bank is home to the Shard, the tallest building in the United Kingdom. Completed in 2012, the 95-storey glass-clad skyscraper has 1.2 million square feet of floor space and includes an observatory and hotel. Tenants include the Al Jazeera Media Network, Duffs & Phelps, Robert Half International, Greenberg Traurig, Jellyfish, and IO Oil & Gas Consulting. Serviced offices are available on the 24th and 25th floors of the Shard. In addition to office spaces and co-working areas, the building has meeting rooms and kitchen areas.

To the east of the Shard is More London, a 13-acre development that includes about 3 million square feet of mixed use space. Two million square feet of office accommodation for 20,000 people are planned for the area, including headquarters for professional and financial services firms. Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Gowling WLG, and several other companies are based in the area.

Notable buildings include City Hall, which opened in 2002 as the headquarters for the Greater London Authority. The Norman Foster designed building is the home for the Mayor of London's offices and the London Assembly. Other major office buildings in the area include 1 and 6 More London Place, and 2, 3, 4 and 7 More London Riverside.

Lambeth is home to the SIS Building, which has been the iconic headquarters for MI6 since 1994. The postmodern building at 85 Albert Embankment is next to Camelford House, an office tower that serves as the base for several national charities.

Kennington Park features eleven buildings with office, studio and workshop spaces for new and expanding businesses. Located close to Oval tube station at 1-3 Brixton Road, workspaces range from 180 to 25,000 square feet. The business centre and estate also has a co-working space with dedicated and hot desk options.

The Shell Centre is another landmark building in Lambeth close to County Hall. The office tower is being redeveloped into Southbank Place, which will include new 15-floor and 10-floor office towers at One and Two Southbank Place in addition to new residential blocks.

Future development in South London will bring new office accommodation to the area, particularly in Nine Elms. A multi-billion-pound development programme in Nine Elms will create a new residential and business district from land used for light industry, including new office spaces.

Development will include the regeneration of Battersea Power Station and New Convent Garden Market, as well as the construction of embassies for the United States and the Netherlands. The Nine Elms development programme will also improve transport in the area, including two new stations on the Northern line of the London Underground.

About South London

South London's historic centre is around the South Bank, a commercial district and entertainment destination along the River Thames and across from the City of Westminster. Once marsh land, the South Bank is bound by the Westminster Bridge in the west and Blackfriars Bridge in the east.

Its attractions include the Sea Life London Aquarium and the London Dungeon at County Hall, the London Eye, and the Jubilee Gardens. Several cultural attractions are also based in the area, including the Southbank Centre, the Royal Festival Hall, and the National Theatre.

South London includes the boroughs of Southwark, Lambeth and Greenwich. The area also includes the London boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Lewisham, Merton, and Richmond upon Thames, Sutton and Wandsworth as well as the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.

South London covers an area of nearly 250 square miles and is home to more than 2.8 million people. Unlike parts of London north of the River Thames, South London has limited coverage by the London Underground's network. The area instead has transport links that include an extensive suburban rail network featuring Clapham Junction, one of Europe's busiest railway stations.