Fully furnished private offices and shared workspaces are now available in Twickenham, SW London. These business centres and coworking spaces offer great amenities and flexible terms. Choose your favourites below or call 020 3965 9617 to speak to a London Office Space expert.
This serviced office space is based in Twickenham, and offers competitively priced flexible private offices complete with quick WiFi, central heating and intercom system. The space also benefits from an all-inclusive rate, with everything taken care of in one simple payment. The centre is a good proposition for SMEs, with units ranging from 2-person up to 7-person. With 24 hour access, tenants can set and adhere to their own working... More info
Why would you not want to work in this thriving workspace? Located at Harlequins Rugby Club, this pitch side offering includes parking, dedicated WiFi, a business lounge, several breakout spaces, tea & coffee, player access alongside membership benefits & discounts. Enjoy the fantastic view, be inspired and wow your clients in this exclusive environment. There is flexible space, with flexible terms! No long term tie-ins - the more you... More info
The Twickenham Trading Estate is a thriving business hub next to Twickenham Stadium, English rugby's storied home and host of international and national matches. Providing contemporary cost effective office space on flexible terms, benefiting from kitchen facilities, lounge areas and meeting rooms, on site car parking, security and more.
Competitively priced workshops and offices at this prestigious business park provide a great... More info
A bright, modern business environment with clean, comfortable and stylish surroundings offering helpful and professional staff on-site, 24-hour access, business support services and on-site car parking. 12 monthly Licence Agreements give you great flexibility. Whether you already have your own furniture, telephones and would prefer a traditional office, or require some help getting set up, or a mixture of the two, this can also be... More info
Offering tailor made packages to suit individual business needs, and benefiting from being close to an array of local amenities, the centre provides furnished workspace, meeting rooms, video conferencing and virtual office options offered on flexible terms from day rentals to monthly agreements. Tenants enjoy 24/7 access, high speed internet, manned reception and admin support, an on site cafe and security. More info
It is a newly refurbished office unit in the basement of a building. The building has two flats above the office. Own door entrance for office. Entry System for visitors. The available offices have a very modern fit-out and come with excellent facilities. The office units are available on a flexible basis, allowing the move to be as smooth as possible. The office space creates a pleasant and friendly environment for tenants to grow their... More info
Flexible Office Space for Rent
We offer a diverse collection of office space in Twickenham to suit your company's unique requirements - from serviced office suites, individual hot desking options and shared workspace to industrial units, virtual business addresses and conventional offices for lease. Our free search service is designed to assist you in finding the ideal SW London business location at competitive rates.
Business in Twickenham
Twickenham's most densely populated areas, and therefore those with highest number of businesses, are St Margaret's, North Twickenham, and Twickenham Riverside. In addition to its high business density levels, this neighbourhood is characterised by being a hotbed of entrepreneurship and by hosting a large amount of small businesses and micro-businesses.
Key industries in Twickenham include education, recreation and entertainment, the arts, finance, and ICT. The tech sector benefits from the presence of a tech hub in Twickenham, located at the Richmond Education and Enterprise campus. Just like other districts in Richmond, Twickenham has a burgeoning creative sector that specialises in film production, computer games development, electronic publishing, graphic design, and digital advertising. Important employers include St Mary's University, Haymarket Publishing, and Twickenham Studios.
Office Buildings in Twickenham
Office space constitutes approximately 35 per cent of all the district's commercial floorspace. Because this area has such large numbers of small businesses, the average office unit is typically on the small side (under 250 square metres). Grade A office supply is limited across Twickenham, although there have been some efforts at redeveloping old industrial buildings into office space aimed at meeting the needs of companies in the creative sector.
Demand for serviced offices has also been steadily increasing for well over a decade. There are several office buildings offering this type of commercial space solution in and around London Road. For example, Regus has an office building near Twickenham train station on London Road, where meeting rooms are also available for hire.
Other options are available at Ash House Business Centre, which is conveniently located between the A305 and Hampton Road and near two of the district's major train stations. This business centre offers serviced office units on flexible terms. Office floor plates at this business centre range between 80 and 300 square feet. Lastly, conferencing facilities for hire at the London Marriott Hotel and at Twickenham Experience, a state-of-the art venue located at Twickenham Stadium.
Twickenham Transportation Links
Twickenham is located in Zone 5 of the London Travel Network, and the station offers regular rail connections to other areas of London. Numerous bus routes also serve the area.
Twickenham is a large district located 10 miles to the south west of central London. The district is part of the borough of Richmond upon Thames, and enjoys a convenient location approximately 4 miles south of the A4 and within easy reach of other major roads such as the M4, A3, and M3. Heathrow airport is 7 miles west of Twickenham's town centre. Although London Underground services do not currently reach the area, the district is served by frequent buses and by South West Trains.
By the mid 19th century Twickenham had become a place of residence for affluent Londoners, and by the early 1920s the local population had grown to 30,000 people (approximately half of what it is today). Over the decades, the local economy has gone from being mostly reliant on agricultural activities to becoming a diverse service economy that takes advantage of the district's privileged location near major transportation hubs.
Many of the local landmarks are linked to the sports industry. This is the case of Twickenham Stadium, the Twickenham Stoop, and the World Rugby Museum. Other landmarks the area is known for include the historic buildings like the mansions at Marble Hill, Strawberry Hill, and York House.