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Power House at 74 Stanley Gardens is a beautiful converted factory, now home to a selection of business accommodation and is available fully equipped, with office suites, conference rooms, lounge and break out areas all furnished to an exceptional standard with everything your business requires. White label, unbranded office space provides a professional look to customers and other businesses.
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With West End quality office accommodation at affordable rates, the serviced and furnished offices at at 47-49 Park Royal Road range from 75 to 1,000 square feet. Along with competitive rates for versatile spaces, the business centre benefits from extensive business support services. These include a spacious reception area with friendly staff to ensure your guests and other visitors are greeted with a professional welcome. Staff are also... More info
Set in the spectacular Chiswick Business Park, Building 3 at 566 Chiswick High Road, London W4 is a beautiful four-storey glass office building designed by Richard Rogers. Stylish serviced offices provide bright and contemporary spaces to do business. Furnished offices are available in a range of layouts along with hot desks. Break-out spaces and private meeting rooms also provide spaces to have conversations with clients, colleagues, and... More info
This Park Royal office space provides a modern and comfortable work environment for small teams. The bright and flexible space delivers an unbranded location to do business, allowing different types of organisations to create a unique space that is their own. It is also available unfurnished to give you the freedom to design a customised layout the responds to your operational needs.
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The Collective Old Oak at Nash House is an innovative coworking space and co-living concept that provides a new way to work and live in London. Approximately 10,000 square feet of shared spaces and facilities are available at this beautifully designed building in North Acton.
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Premium office suites furnished to a high standard, complete with spacious lounge and meeting rooms, IT and communications systems, on site parking, 24 hour access and security. More info
Fishers Lane, Chiswick is the location of this office building, offering facilities that include spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks, shared office space, as well as unbranded office space. A featured amenity is offices which are furnished to a high standard. More info
London office building on Fishers Lane offering spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks. Also available to tenants are conference rooms for presentations and meetings and a number of shared office space features. This prestigious office building provides business support and reception services as part of its office space package. Services include administration and secretarial support staff to assist you, along with a fully-staffed... More info
Situated at 52-53 The Mall, Saunders House provides fully serviced office accommodation in the heart of Ealing. With over 16,000 square feet of furnished workspaces, the business centre has a selection of offices spread over four levels. Each office enjoys high-speed wireless internet and 24-hour access if you ever need to work outside regular business hours.
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Located at Gable House, 18-24 Turnham Green Terrace, London, W4, this Chiswick business centre offers a selection of tastefully furnished office suites which include desks, office chairs, conference tables, shelves, tables, lamps, seating and everything else you would expect in a modern workplace.
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Why Businesses Choose to Rent Office Space in West London
The main economic hub in West London is the West End. The West End of London sits west of the City of London, the capital's leading financial and business district. It is London's main commercial centre, as well as one of the world's largest central business districts. The West End is also the city's key entertainment district and has many of London's major tourist attractions, including the world famous theatres of the West End.
The area's popular shopping districts along Bond Street, Regent Street and Oxford Street attract millions of shoppers each year. Many businesses and government offices are also major employers in the West End. Several hedge funds are based in the West End, which is also home to company headquarters in non-financial services sectors.
Outside of the West End, the region's major employers include the University of West London, which serves more than 10,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and over 28,000 in further education programmes; and Heathrow Airport, the second busiest airport in the world for international passenger traffic.
Several marketing, telecommunications, product assembly, and distribution companies are also based in nearby Hounslow. Major companies with headquarters in West London include GlaxoSmithKline, Heathrow Airport Holdings, British Airways, Diageo, Virgin Group, Sony Mobile Communications, and Ladbrokes.
West London Commercial Property: Office Market
More than 1.4 million square feet of office space is under construction in the West End, according to Deloitte's Winter 2017 Office Crane Survey. 56% of these developments are new builds, with the remainder being refurbishment projects.
Existing West End office locations include spaces on Shaftesbury Avenue, Tottenham Court Road, and Great Portland Street. Many options are housed within converted period buildings, including 180 Great Portland Street which boasts 80,000 square feet of office accommodation and includes shower and bicycle storage for commuting workers.
In the heart of Hammersmith, 10-12 Hammersmith Grove has added 277,000 square feet of grade A office accommodation to West London's commercial property stock. Meanwhile, 500,000 square feet of offices have been added on the site of the former BBC Television Centre at 2 Television Centre and 1 Wood Crescent.
Serviced office locations are also found throughout West London, including business centres operated by Regus and other providers. Lakeside House and 6-9 The Square are serviced office locations at Stockley Park, a business estate in Hillingdon. Apple, Canon, Sharp, GlaxonSmithKline and other companies also have offices in Stockley Park. Regal House is a landmark building on London Road in heart of Twickenham. Modern offices and serviced spaces are located just south of Twickenham rail station.
Park Royal is an important business park in the London boroughs of Brent and Ealing in West London. It is home to more than 2,000 businesses and over 40,000 jobs, according to the Park Royal Business Group. About a third of the food consumed in London is produced in Park Royal, which is a base for McVities, Heinz and other food and drink manufacturers.
Modern office spaces are also found along Northern Circular Road, Coronation Road, Abbey Road and Cumberland Avenue in Park Royal. Options include serviced offices in business centres.
About West London
The West End is the historic heart of West London. The area expanded west from the ancient City of London, particularly as the capital's rich and elite looked for new places to live. The West End grew from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries as palaces and town houses were built alongside fashionable shops and entertainment venues. Working class neighbourhoods emerged in the West End during the nineteenth century as poorer residents moved into areas close to the City, including Covent Garden and Holborn.
The West End includes some of the most expensive areas of London, including Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Fitzrovia, and Marylebone. Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, and Regent's Park are some of the West End's top attractions. Notting Hill, Portobello Market and Kensington Palace are also in the area.
More broadly, West London includes a large section of the capital west of the City. It consists of the London boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, and Hounslow. Parts of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is within West London, although the borough is also considered part of South London.
The area is home to Westfield London, a major shopping centre in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Launched in 2008, it has more than 370 shops and services across more than 1.6 million square feet of retail space. Other places of interest in West London include Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena in Brent and Syon House and Chiswick House in Hounslow.