Offices for rent in LondonLooking for a good office space in London? Trying to find the right one can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. Eger14 though can make it easy by picking the best rentals currently available across the entire area and highlighting them for you. And with so many different types of office space on offer, figuring out what you need your office to be like can be difficult. That’s why we have these points listed below to help anyone figure out what their best approach is.
Conventional Office Rentals• As a rule thumb allow 50 – 60 sq ft per person*
• Suited for larger business operations
• Short term leases require 2 – 3 years minimum commitment
Serviced office Rentals• Let by the desk • Choose from standard offices to executive suites
• Expand or contract as your business grows or shrinks
• Rolling contracts that are flexible
• One monthly bill covers all associated services
Shared office Rentals• Monthly rolling contracts
• Benefit from developed infrastructure & facilities already in place
• All utilities & rates packaged in one monthly bill
• Provides a more professional feel compared to a lone office
• Can give the allusion of one bustling working environment
*This rule applies to all of the above
London Business FrontLondon is seen by some as the business capital of the world. It accounts for roughly 20% of the UK’s entire GDP and is seen as the finance capital, a fact backed up by the fact that nearly 500 world banks have bases here, more than any other city in the world. Three fifths of the fortune 500 and 70% of the FTSE 100 all have headquarters in the city too. The second biggest area of industry is tourism. It is Europe’s most popular travel destination and manages to make £15billion a year. Other majors sectors of the economy include technology, retail and media.
Business ParksThere are hundreds of business parks occupying the Greater London area. The general idea is that the closer one gets to the city, the more the focus shifts from business parks to office space. And office space is never in short supply. Listings are always available in all areas. From Fleet Street to Liverpool Street to Islington, it’s incredibly easy to find an office in London.
Transport LinksTransport is probably the major gripe with many Londoners, but the rail, road and tube network is arguably the most impressive in the UK. Getting from one side of the city to another is incredibly easy through public transport. With the M25 motorway encircling the Greater London area, having a car is best reserved for those living in outlying commuter towns. Nine major motorways reach London at different points and the city centre is only worth driving in for those willing to pay the congestion charge. With such a greatly integrated subway system, those living in London use it as the main mode of transport. London has four major airports: Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick and Luton. Heathrow is so big it is described by many as a city in itself. The other three offer a mix of international and domestic flights from budget airlines.
EducationThe student population of London is incredibly large, and due to the fact that the city has 43 universities specialising almost every niche. Roughly one fifth of the entire UK student population lives in London and institutions like UCL, Imperial College and Kings College ranking as some of the best in the world. The city is also home to some very impressive medical and business schools too, making it an attractive place to learn before becoming accustomed to graduate jobs.
London is the leading city for healthcare in the UK, if not in Europe. from Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital helping kids from around the world fight illness to the LOC London pioneering breakthroughs in cancer technology, medical property in the capital is hot property. A lot the leading hospitals also prefer to have their own testing facilities housed on site, with many areas in the city (especially aruond Kings College London) becoming medical hubs.