Our experts are on hand to help you find the perfect Temple office space at cost effective prices. We have an extensive commercial property portfolio in West Central London, offering private serviced office suites, shared and coworking space, hot desking opportunities, virtual office services, and short term rental on flexible terms.
Refurbished in 2018 Thanet House offers flexible, fully serviced office space, meeting space and virtual offices at 231-232 The Strand, WC2R in London's West End. The excellent facilities include secure 24/7 access, gym, showers & bike storage. Professional business services are available to all tenants with staffed reception, administrative support, high speed internet and WiFi, cabling and phones. More info
This imposing period property retains much of its original 1920s character and architectural features. At the same time, contemporary touches and modern technology have been infused throughout this historic property, from the lower ground level up to the eight floor.
Offering furnished office space for rent at 71-91 Aldwych, Aldwych House sits between the world-famous Covent Garden Market and the Strand. This Midtown location is... More info
These serviced offices at 9 Savoy Street overlook the River Thames and provide tenants with a prestigious WC2 Central London address next to the Victoria Embankment, just steps from Waterloo Bridge.
Fully refurbished, the office space comes complete with a host of facilities and first class services. Occupying the second floor of this white, art deco style building the centre offers 6,000+ square feet of business accommodation... More info
The facilities available at this professional office building include fully equipped lounge areas suitable for office breaks, as well as rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees and completely unbranded space for your business. Included with the office space here: beautifully furnished office. More info
Five beautiful office suites provide you with a private and stylish environment to work and do business at 42 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden. Offices vary in layout and size, giving you plenty of flexibility to create a space that is uniquely your own. Each self-contained suite is also finished to a high standard to deliver a fresh and modern look and feel.
Serviced offices are arranged over four floors at this corner property... More info
This boutique period property at 32 Tavistock Street houses a selection of office suites ranging in size from two to thirty five workstations, furnished to an exceptionally high standard and providing tenants with an ideal working environment.
Conference rooms are available within the business centre and offer the perfect space for business discussions or boardroom presentations, while a well equipped lounge area is available,... More info
5 Chancery Lane is an elegant period property that houses a collection of smart, furnished office suites in the City of London's legal quarter. Boasting panoramic views, chic and stylish decor, and a feature glass elevator which looks into the impressive atrium.
The all inclusive pricing covers communications and IT systems, 24 hour access and security services, business lounge, manned reception, mail handling, air conditioning,... More info
Home to a modern, executive business centre, Hudson House is a 7 storey Grade II property at 8 Tavistock Street, London WC2E. The listed building boasts an impressive stonework facade and benefits from retaining many of its charming original period features such as high ceilings and spacious rooms with tall windows supplying plenty of natural light
The 49 office suites, common spaces and 3 meeting rooms are fully serviced and... More info
Offering furnished, unbranded flexible office space in Central London on flexible terms. This attractive, brick fronted office building enjoys a prime business position on Whitefriars, in London's premier Law and Legal district.
Offices are managed by qualified support staff and offer clerical assistance, and a dedicated reception service ready to welcome you and your clients to the building.
A well equipped lounge... More info
Business in Temple
Temple is situated in the heart of the City of London's legal district. The area has strong historic ties to law and it is home to two of the four Inns of Court, the Inner Temple and the Middle Temple. Each of the Inns has libraries, administrative offices, dining halls and gardens. Much of the buildings are used by barristers, who practice from sets of rooms or chambers in the Inns of Court. The Royal Courts of Justice is also located in the Temple area. As a result, the area has a number of barristers' and solicitors' offices.
Several legal institutions and other institutes are also based in Temple, including the International Institute for Strategic Studies and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. Traditionally associated with newspapers and publishers, Fleet Street in the northern edge of Temple is home to an array of businesses. In addition to law firms, the street is home of various companies involved in investment banking and other financial services. Goldman Sacks, Child & Co., and C. Hoare & Co. are some of the banking establishments based along Fleet Street.
Office Buildings in Temple
The many publishing houses and news company buildings who were based at Bouverie Street east of Temple Church have largely been converted into offices for law firms and other businesses. Legal offices also dominate Chancery Lane between Fleet and the Strand. Close to Temple tube station is King's College London. The campus is housed in the East Wing of Somerset House, a neoclassical building that was built in 1776.
Temple is the historic heart of England's legal system. Located around Temple Church in the City of London, the area is bordered by the River Thames and the Victoria Embankment to the south and the Strand and Fleet Street in the north. To the west is Surrey Street, while Carmelite Street and Whitefriars Street run along the eastern border. Temple is home to several barristers, solicitors and legal institutions. The Royal Courts of Justice are located to the west in neighbouring Westminster.
The area is named after the Old Temple of the Knights Templar, who established the Temple Church as well as the Inner Temple Hall and Outer Temple Hall. Inner Temple and Middle Temple are two Inns of Court located in Temple. Both have offices, gardens, dining halls and libraries. The Inns of Court began as hostels and schools for law students during the thirteenth century. They now serve as professional associations for barristers and judges in England and Wales. As a professional body, they provide training in addition to selecting and regulating members.