Office Space London Blog

by Kate Tattersfield

Welcome to London's new hotspots

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by Kate Tattersfield

5 design-led coworking offices in London

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by Kate Tattersfield

How to survive the London commute

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by Kate Tattersfield

Who works in The Shard’s offices?

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by Kate Tattersfield

From Rags to Riches: Mayfair

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by Kate Tattersfield

5 Predictions for London in 2017

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by Kate Tattersfield

4 Office Space Wellbeing Tips for 2017

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by Dominic Hamlin

New-age offices designed to attract millennials

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The rise of creative businesses in the past decade has brought with it many influential trends and none more so than the influx of the stylish, flexible office. We are no longer in an age where the standard office is marked by a drab décor, cracked walls and a dull kitchen area.

by Dominic Hamlin

Loss of open workspaces a blow for London’s creative start-ups

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Having already learnt this month that London is set to lose office space equivalent to 150 Wembley pitches, the latest news is that the permitted development rights (PDR) have now become permanent.

by Dominic Hamlin

Office space availability in Hammersmith and Fulham to be affected by new housing plans.

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Figures from the London Development Database highlight that if the planning’s were to go ahead then 1,094,550 square metres of floor space would be lost in London, which is the equivalent of 150 Wembley pitches.

by Claire Mitchell

Office Space in Zone 1: Swap the Back Shed for a City View

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The hottest central London office spots are unsurprisingly those placed conveniently near tube stations, so let’s take a look at how the average costs of office space near London’s Zone 1 Underground stations compare: from desks in Tower Hill at £400 per month to those in Green Park at £1,000 per month.

by Dominic Hamlin

Park your office chairs with Nissan's Self-driving Car Tech

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It's the classic scenario: you and your colleagues leave the room in a state, with the chairs all over the place, as you desperately try to scramble out of the room after another painful meeting. Not to worry – Nissan have showcased a new self-parking chair, which means those chairs dotted around the room can find their way back to the desk all on their own!

by Josh Casserly

One Undershaft to top City of London skyline

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Renowned architects, Eric Parry have unveiled designs for One Undershaft – set to be the second highest building in London, and the tallest in the City of London.