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Serving businesses in the Lower Lea Valley area, Bromley Hall was originally built as a residence in around 1485 during the Tudor period. The property reflects several architectural styles, including Tudor brickwork and decorative features dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Throughout its history, the building was used as a printing works, a gunpowder factory, a maternity hospital, and a missionary society... More info

Gillender Street - E14, Tower Hamlets

An ideal base for small businesses, the fully-serviced offices provide office units that can be tailored to meet your needs. This office provider offers a truly unique place to work, contemporary and sustainable office accommodation is available in a new development created from recycled shipping containers. The space boasts self-contained units with porthole-style windows and balconies.

A modern meeting room can be configured... More info

Gillender Street - E14, Tower Hamlets

Providing five star furnished office space with fantastic views on the 37th floor of 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf E14, in what is arguably one of East London's premier business districts, giving you an enviable business address. This Canary Wharf serviced office space offers meeting and conference rooms, lounge areas, call answering, communications systems and high speed internet. This modern building features 24hour access, a business... More info

Canada Square - E14, Canary Wharf

This prominent landmark building is home to a range of high-end quality offices for in the centre of Canary Wharf, a popular location for financial and professional service companies. This serviced office centre at One Canada Square, London E14 5AB enjoys excellent panoramic views over London and boasts stunning meeting, reception and lounge areas. Facilities include on site car parking, daily cleaning services, CCTV and virtual... More info

Canada Square - E14, Canary Wharf

Boasting furnished spaces and unbranded office accommodation, the business centre features four rooms with three desks in each. The size is ideal for start-ups and smaller businesses. The facility is also a great base for freelancers.

A hot desking suite with one desk gives you added flexibility when a home office is not the right place for a meeting or you need a professional space to work, or if you have a mobile workforce that... More info

Whitechapel Road - E1, White Chapel

This prestigious, sky-rise business centre at 40 Bank Street, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14 5AB provides a range of office accommodation. Set on the 30th floor, the office spaces benefit from amazing views over the City of London and the river.

40 Bank Street, London E14 is one of East London's most prestigious properties for rent. The business centre in this commercial property is comprised of furnished offices, serviced... More info

Bank Street - E14, Canary Wharf

Situated between London's two financial centres in the City and Canary Wharf, this business centre offers a range of facilities and comfortable office accommodation. The five-storey property is configured with 25 office units in a variety of sizes and layouts.

The red-brick building also has a staffed lobby area at the entrance of the property. Professional conference and meeting rooms at the business centre provide you with... More info

Nelson Street - E1, Whitechapel

Overlooking the South Dock, South Quay Plaza 3 at 189 Marsh Wall, London E14 is a landmark office building that boasts a remodelled reception area and modern facilities. The glass tower is home to businesses from various sectors, including many firms that want to be close to Canary Wharf's financial district.

Built between 1987 and 1989, the South Quay Plaza 3 building at 189 Marsh Wall, Canary Wharf E14 houses office spaces... More info

Marsh Wall - E14, Canary Wharf

The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Bethnal Green office building includes rooms designated for meetings and conferencing, shared space, and unbranded business space allowing you to convey your own identity. A featured amenity is offices which are furnished to a high standard. More info

Winkley Street - E2 6PY, Bethnal Green

The office for rent at Crown Works, Temple Street, E2 6QQ is a self contained unit in a creative hub. Part of a gated Victorian Mews just 20 minutes walk from Shoreditch, this East London workspace offers an industrial style space with large windows, exposed brick and period features such as the original ceiling beams.

The fully furnished space is offered on an all inclusive basis that covers rent, utilities, rates and a range... More info

Temple Street - E2, Bethnal Green

Business in Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets is strategically located close to the financial and insurance sectors based in the City and the technology cluster found in Shoreditch. With Canary Wharf, Tower Hamlets itself hosts many European and world headquarters for financial and professional services firms and banks. Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Infosys, Fitch Ratings, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, KPMG, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, Skadden, State Street and Thomson Reuters are just some of the borough's major employers.

Almost a third of the borough's jobs are based at Canary Wharf. It is little wonder that the local economy is focused in financial services. At the same time, the borough has growing business support and professional services sectors. Management consultancies are also increasing their presence in Tower Hamlets.

Office Buildings in Tower Hamlets

One Canada Square, HSBC Tower, Citigroup Centre and One Churchill Place at Canary Wharf are some of the major office towers that make up Tower Hamlets' iconic skyline. The Heron Quays development in the Canary Wharf area is also home to several important skyscrapers, including 25 Bank Street, 40 Bank Street and 10 Upper Bank Street.

Although the major financial and business hub started to take shape in the 1990s, Canary Wharf continues to evolve with new office buildings under construction or planned for development. The Canary Wharf Group alone has designed and development more than 16 million square feet of office accommodation within 37 buildings, and the developer owns approximately 7.9 million square feet of office and retail space in the area.

Beyond Canary Wharf, office accommodation in Tower Hamlets is found in Whitechapel around Aldgate East and Whitechapel High Street. There are also warehouse-style office options at the St Katharine Docks close to Tower Bridge and Tobacco Dock. Both waterside developments feature event spaces, and St Katharine Docks also boasts retail spaces. Co-working spaces at Tobacco Dock opened in 2015 and support more than 100 start-ups and other companies.

About Tower Hamlets

The East End of London saw its population grow during the nineteenth century, especially as the poor and immigrants moved into the area. Before this, the area was made up of villages and farmland around the walls of the City of London. Must of the area was destroyed during the Second World War, and the closure of docks in the East End led to further decline. Regeneration efforts began in the 1980s and continued with improvements thanks to the 2012 Olympic Games.

Situated in the heart of the East End is the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The borough is made up of the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf, Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Limehouse, and several other areas of the East End. Although London's second financial centre and many of its tallest buildings are found in Tower Hamlets, it also has some of the poorest neighbourhoods in the United Kingdom, although regeneration projects to improve the area are underway.

The multicultural borough is also home to some of London's most ethnically diverse neighbourhoods. Tower Bridge, Brick Lane, the Tower of London, Billingsgate Market, and Victoria Park are some of the borough's most famous attractions and landmarks.


Serviced Offices

SMEs are the most common serviced office occupier. First-time business owners are also typical tenants, as a serviced office is perceived as a less risky option when compared to conventional office space.

All-inclusive pricing.
Short / flexible lease length.
Less capital expenditure.
Opportunities for networking.
No dilapidation costs.


Hot Desking

Along with global entrepreneurial hubs like San Francisco, New York, or Singapore, London is considered one of the best locations in terms of the hot desking options available in the city.

Fosters sharing and collaboration.
Encourages creativity.
Expands professional networks.
Provides staff with freedom and flexibility.
Hourly, daily, weekly or longer packages.
Cost effective.


Coworking Space

London's solid entrepreneurial spirit has driven the demand for flexible coworking office space as a practical and cost-effective alternative to conventional leases.

Flexible costs and contract lengths.
Wide range of options to choose from.
Modern high-spec office buildings.
Promotes collaboration & networking.
No initial capital or financial commitment required, and no exit or disposal costs.