Our experts are on hand to help you find the perfect Surrey Quays office space at cost effective prices. We have an extensive commercial property portfolio in South London, offering private serviced office suites, shared and coworking space, hot desking opportunities, virtual office services, and short term rental on flexible terms.
St Olav's Court is a landmark building at the City Business Centre. This outstanding property has 35 units starting from 484 sq ft up to 1,178 sq ft. Office spaces are finished with laminate flooring at Category 2 lighting, offering a contemporary and bright work environment.
Spaces also retain warehouse features that adds charm and character. Units are self-contained and feature double glazing, central heating, broadband... More info
Elizabeth Industrial Estate offers light industrial and trade units in Brockley, Lewisham between the Old Kent Road and the A2 Blackheath Road. Renovated recently, this workspace covers three floors offering 35 individual studios.
Choose your perfect space from a variety of options including first floor painters studios with large windows, ground floor roller shutter units and more - all with very high ceilings. The unfurnished... More info
City Business Centre at Lower Road, London, SE16 2XB provides flexible office accommodation and short-term, flexible leases, allowing businesses to quickly adjust their space when their needs changes. The property has self-contained furnished and unfurnished office spaces ranging from 495 to 1,200 square feet. Units may also be combined to provide businesses with larger spaces, depending on availability.
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Offering excellent office space in a range of sizes and configurations starting from 634 to 2648 square feet. With plenty of natural light, on site car parking, 24 hour access, CCTV, lifts and more. More info
Offering premium furnished office space set in the contemporary building starting from 500 square feet to 2000 square feet. With top of the range communications systems, 24 hour access and on site car parking. More info
Action House at 53 Sandgate Street in Southwark has 51 studios and small office units across two floors ranging from 73 to 1,054 square feet in size. The property is designed for artists in need of affordable workspace as well as small- to medium-sized businesses looking for studio-style office solutions including hot desks and coworking space.
The 12,000-square-foot building offers tenants refurnished spaces with lots of... More info
The purpose-built Dockland Business Centre offers serviced office space and managed offices for businesses of all sizes. Covering more than 50,000 sq ft of floor space, office spaces can be configured in different layouts for between one and 100 people. Flexible leases mean you can opt in to a short-term agreement for a few months or a longer-term lease for several years depending on your needs.
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Offering private office spaces and coworking solutions, Tobacco Dock, at The Dock Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, E1W retains many original features and unique architectural elements, including magnificent timber beams. The complex is bathed in natural daylight and offers beautiful waterside views. Indoor and outdoor courtyards are used as stunning event spaces.
Private offices range from 12-person units to larger spaces for up to... More info
This Queen Elizabeth Street office building in London Bridge offers designated conference and meeting rooms. Providing not only professional, dedicated administration and secretarial support but also a dedicated reception support team ready to welcome visitors to your business and a professional telephone answering service to assist you with your phone calls, this prestigious office building offers the full suite of business support and... More info
Overlooking the Millwall Inner Dock, this Isle of Dogs business centre is an environmentally-sustainable and carbon neutral property. Flexible solutions deliver managed and serviced office accommodation in unbranded and furnished spaces. Hot desks and shared spaces with two or more workstations are available, allowing you and your team to sit together and collaborate more easily.
The centre's stunning interior boasts bespoke... More info
Business in Surrey Quays
Surrey Quays was home to a series of large docks that operated from the late seventeenth century up until the middle of the twentieth century. The Surrey Commercial Docks have now been largely filled and redeveloped as housing, and residential development now dominates the area that once welcomed shipments of timber from Scandinavia and the Baltic, foodstuffs from Canada and other goods from around the world.
With a large marina and a shopping centre, leisure and retail are now the main sectors in Surrey Quays. One of the area's retail hubs is the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre. Opened in 1988, the centre has more than 40 stores close to Canada Water station. An adjacent leisure park includes a multiplex cinema, bowling facility, and several restaurants.
Planning permission has been obtained to build a 100,000-square-foot extension and improve infrastructure serving the centre and leisure park. Surrey Quays also has several light industrial plants.
Office Buildings in Surrey Quays
Baltic Quay is a large residential development that was completed in 1989. The landmark development sits between South Dock and Greenland Dock. Although mainly a residential project, office space and commercial outlets were incorporated into the building.
The Canada Water Masterplan will create a new town centre in Surrey Quays. Plans to redevelop the former DMGT Media printing operations (known as the SE16 Printworks Site) as part of the masterplan will create a mixed-use development, including new office spaces. A new high street is also envisioned between Surrey Quays and Canada Water stations.
Cannon Wharf is an example of a new office development in Surrey Quays. The purpose-built office building has units ranging from 263 to 1,309 square feet across six floors. The development of new office accommodation and existing transport links between Canada Water and Canary Wharf have the potentially to make the area a popular destination for businesses in the financial and professional services sectors.
About Surrey Quays
Surrey Quays is located within Rotherhithe in south-east London, on the southern half of the Rotherhithe peninsula. The area stretches from Canada Water to South Dock. It is named after the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, which is based in the southern end of Canada Water. A London Overground station of the same name is also in the area, although it was originally known as Surrey Docks and was previously a London Underground station.
Previously the site of the Surrey Commercial Docks until 1970, Surrey Quays is now a largely residential area. Much of the former docks have been filled in and redeveloped, while most of the warehouses that once stood in the area have been demolished. During the 1980s and early 1990s, a flurry of construction added more than 5,000 new homes to Surrey Docks including the Baltic Quay residential development. South Dock was also transformed into London's largest marina. The Surrey Docks Watersports Centre was also built on Greenland Dock, while Russia Dock was developed as a wildlife reserve.