The UK’s capital city is a world class destination for businesses of all sizes from leading international conglomerates to startups and independents. Because of this, London offers flexible commercial property to cater to all types of business ideas.
Due to the vast expanse of London, it is typically best to split the city into five areas, all of which have their own characters; Central, North, South, East and West, each with a slightly different offering for businesses. As the core of the city, Central London is naturally, a popular area for businesses and has a vast array of flexible office spaces. Central London is also home to world class shopping destinations such as Oxford Street and Regent Street.
South London is an up-and-coming area for businesses looking for more affordable rent prices. In areas like Bermondsey, Brixton, Clapham and Battersea, COVID has created a trend of more localised working so expect to see more supply for flexible workspace to increase to meet the ever growing demand. In East London, Hackney has become popular with creative industries and Shoreditch is known for its thriving tech and independent scene. Canary Wharf appeals to a completely different type of business and acts the financial hub of the city. In West London, the likes of Hammersmith, Fulham and Chiswick are popular residential areas and have their own high street areas.