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This is a fantastic new development in Wandsworth Town, right on the doorstep of Southside Shopping Centre. The centre offers studio and office space to rent in a range of sizes, ideal for new and growing businesses. The property is complete with coffee shops, co-working lounge, meeting rooms, bike racks and showers. More info
This modern office space has a range of serviced offices available, all come fully equipped with beautiful furniture and are ready to move into. Spacious meeting rooms are available which are fully equipped and filled with natural light and fresh air. Moreover, a fully equipped kitchen is also available where members can grab various beverages and snacks. This centre also provides breakout lounges to relax after a hectic work schedule.... More info
This excellent business centre provides commercial studio and office space to rent in Wandsworth, South West London. This business space is ideally suited to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), while offering competitive prices and flexible lease terms to suit your requirements. There is 24 hour access available to tenants, great if your business does not work the usual nine to five business hours. Tenants will benefit from IT support, and... More info
Open plan serviced offices are available to rent at 57 Putney Bridge Road, Wandsworth. Built in 2005 this modern office building overlooks Putney Bridge Road and has roughly 2,200 sq ft of fully furnished workspace with air conditioning, a shared reception, kitchen, car parking, bike storage and secure 24/7 access.
The range of facilities includes high speed internet access and Wi Fi, dedicated phone/fax number, meeting rooms, IT... More info
This centre provides affordable studio space and office space to rent, starting from 150 sq ft and going up to 1,000 sq ft in size. Tenants get access to great on site amenities including meeting rooms, fast internet, parking and reception services, all available on flexible lease terms and with 24 hour access. More info
This bright and spacious office has four desks available in a shared environment with access to meeting rooms, internet, parking and kitchen facilities. Located in a sought-after location near Battersea, the four coworking spaces are available to rent for £100 per desk per week (excluding VAT). The boardroom is also available to rent at an additional cost. More info
Reasons to Rent Office Space in Wandsworth
Wandsworth in the south west of London is home to a variety of businesses, with health, education, retail, and other professional industries have a strong base in the area. The location offers excellent transport links, including major commuter stations at Wandsworth Town and nearby Clapham Junction.
With higher employment rates compared to other parts of London, Wandsworth has a relatively more active workforce than neighbouring areas. Many residents are employed in professional occupations as well as finance and insurance. Information and communications is another major industry of employment in Wandsworth, while leisure is also a strong and expanding sector thanks to the area's growing population.
Many of the district's 15,000-plus businesses are small, often employing less than ten people. Wandsworth also boasts one of the highest survival rates for new businesses.
Finding Wandsworth Office Space
Wandsworth offers businesses the benefit of professional work environments in a comparatively quiet setting away from Central London. Redeveloped land between the Thames and Swandon Way north of Wandsworth Town station provides a mix of commercial and industrial spaces alongside residential and leisure spaces, including a hotel, various shops including B&Q and Homebase, and a number of restaurants.
Other commercial spaces are largely concentrated on and around Wandsworth High Street. One of the area's landmark buildings is the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building. Built between 1857 and 1859, the large Gothic Revival building combines Scottish Baronial and French Chateauesque styles. Once used as an asylum for orphans as well as a hospital and teachers' training college, the historic property was redeveloped during the 1980s. It is now home to small businesses, residential flats, and the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts.
Situated behind the high street is One Hardwicks Square, a serviced business centre with 26,000 square feet of Grade A offices over two floors. On-site amenities include bike storage, kitchen facilities, secure parking, showers, business lounge, and large meeting rooms. There are also shared reception, secretarial and postal services.
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Wandsworth Transportation Links
Commuters can access the area via Wandsworth Town Rail Station with South Western Railway services west to Richmond Park and East Putney, eastwards to Clapham Junction, as well as District line connections to Waterloo, London City Airport and other central London locations. Battersea Park, Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms tube stations are also nearby via connections through Clapham Junction. Wandsworth is additionally serviced by a number of bus services.
Wandsworth Town Then and Now
Wandsworth borrows its name from the River Wandle, which flows into the River Thames at Wandsworth. The area's industrial heritage is represented by several former commercial endeavours that served as employers and major economic drivers, including the Young & Co's Ram Brewery. Closed in 2006, the site saw production of draught beer for more than 400 years and was one of Britain's oldest breweries. The former brewery is being redeveloped into a mixed use site with new homes, shops and leisure facilities.
Once a wharf area, Wandsworth now boasts several riverfront apartments, restaurants and bars. The district sits within the London Borough of Wandsworth, which also includes Battersea, Clapham and Putney. King George's Park is one of the district's largest green spaces. It follows the River Wandle towards Earlsfield and Wimbledon. Wandsworth Common has several ponds and a lake close to the River Thames.
Some of the most expensive townhouses in the capital are found in the adjacent area known as the Toast Rack. One of Wandsworth High Street's landmark developments is the Southside Wandsworth. The shopping centre is one of London's largest with about 750,000 square feet or 70,000 square metres of retail space.