Find an office to rent in London with WorkPad. With a wealth of serviced office locations across London, there are plenty of options and we take great pride in helping you find the ideal premises for your business.
Our contracts are flexible and our offices come with a range of services and benefits – from super-fast fibre internet and IT support, to in-house maintenance and cleaning.
So, if you’re a start-up business looking to make your mark in the capital, or an established SME looking for a central London location to work from – why not browse through our modern and spacious locations today?
From here, you can download a brochure for each location – or arrange a viewing time that suits you.
3 Bloomsbury Place is conveniently located in the heart of Holborn, home to an array of garden squares and some of London’s finest cultural riches.
80 Berwick Street, located in the heart of prime Soho, is home to a thriving mix of fashion boutiques, merchants, and eateries.
A stone’s throw away from Carnaby Street, 6-8 Ganton Street is set amongst the eternally trendy streets of the Carnaby estate.
21 Carnaby Street, located on the corner of Ganton Street, provides a unique and unmissable business address.
Nestled in the sprightly heart of Soho, 3a Lower James Street sits unassumingly in a peaceful corner of Golden Square.
This period building, located on the famous Wardour Street, is moments away from the most popular eateries, shops and entertainment Soho has to offer.
Set in the heart of Soho, on the corner of Beak Street, 36 Lexington Street is the perfect residence for the eclectic co-worker with ambition to grow.
Exceptionally well located in the heart of Soho, 9-11 Broadwick Street sits in between Wardour Street and Berwick Street, and provides an extremely desirable office location.
54 South Molton Street, a pedestrianised precinct located in the heart of Mayfair, provides an exclusive and unique office location.
Neatly tucked away in the historically bohemian Fitzrovia, 5 Margaret Street is surrounded by fashion boutiques, design studios, and eateries.
Located in the heart of Farringdon, and moments away from the famous Smithfield Market, 38-39 St John’s Lane provides an enviable business address.
Set in the heart of Seven Dials, 1 Neal’s Yard offers an address to impress, and is an unquestionable location for the creative minded.
Parallel to The Strand and in the midst of Theatre Land, 32 Tavistock Street is located on the doorstep of the medieval Fruit and Vegetable Market.
42 Tavistock Street, located in the trendy Opera Quarter, and moments away from the Royal Opera House, is set in the heart of Covent Garden.
34 Tavistock Street, a period building located in the trendy Opera Quarter, is moments away from the most popular eateries, shops and entertainment Covent Garden has to offer.
Located in the heart of Marylebone, and moments away from the famous Marylebone High Street, 6 Dorset Street provides an enviable business address.
Located in the heart of Marylebone, and moments away from the famous Marylebone High Street, 12 David Mews provides an enviable business address.
116 Baker Street, situated on one of London’s most famous streets, offers a contemporary, design-led workspace.
Enviably located between Baker Street and Chiltern Street, 13 David Mews is situated in the heart of Marylebone, providing a quintessential office address.
There are so many benefits to working in a central London location.
London is a city like no other, and the sheer concentration of cutting-edge workspaces suitably satisfies the vast and thriving international business community present here.
Working in the city, you’ll find that each area has its own distinct connection with a particular sector.
For instance, many of our West End office locations are dotted around an area which has a rich media
and digital presence – packed with creative agencies, TV production companies and a range of other
exciting up-and-coming organisations.
Areas that were once run-down and tired have been regenerated to house an influx of new
businesses operating under a modern and flexible business culture as opposed to ‘old-school’ ways
of working which are rapidly becoming a thing of the past.
Of course, one of the main benefits of renting an office in a central London location is having arguably one of the most comprehensive public transport networks in the world right on your doorstep.
Since London is the capital city and main business centre of the UK – it’s extremely well connected nationally. You can virtually travel to Manchester by train in a little over 2 hours.
Commuting from within the city limits is much more straightforward, however.
The London Underground network enables you to get around the city with ease. All you need is an Oyster Card and you’re good to go.
Across London, there are 16 main lines in total.
|Bakerloo||Harrow & Wealdstone – Elephant & Castle|
|Central||Epping – Ealing Broadway|
|Circle||Hammersmith – Edgware Road|
|District||Upminster – Earl’s Court|
|Hammersmith & City||Hammersmith – Barking|
|Jubilee||Stratford – Stanmore|
|Metropolitan||Aldgate – Amersham|
|Northern||Edgware/High Barnet – Morden|
|Piccadilly||Cockfosters – Heathrow Airport|
|Victoria||Walthamstow Central – Brixton|
|Waterloo & City||Waterloo – Bank|
|DLR||Various – see map|
|London Overground||Various – see map|
|TfL Rail||Shenfield – Liverpool Street|
|London Trams||Wimbledon – New Addington/|
|District||Earl’s Court – Kensington|
If you’re not a fan of travelling below ground, then there is always a classic London bus in sight.
There are many different routes circling central London, so there’s always options if you would
rather catch the bus into work.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s a work day, or you’re on a day off – there’s no shortage of things to do in London.
A comprehensive collection of iconic attractions makes London a magnet for tourists travelling far and wide to sample everything that this truly international city has to offer.
Each district has its own unique characteristics – whether that’s Shoreditch, The West End, or Camden Town to name a few.
From Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament to Buckingham Palace and the London Eye – we could go on and on about the things you can see and do here.
We have more offices in some areas than in others – but each of our London offices has a range of services designed to enhance your working environment.
Each of our boutique properties has a variety of different private office suites to let, and if you’d like to know more about each – you can follow the link above to find each of the locations we have in that area.
If you have any other concerns, we’re happy to help. We’re available via email, or over the phone on 020 898 3210.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with us via our online contact form. Just drop us a message and we’ll do our best to get back to you as soon as we can.