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Fleet St, Fleet Street, EC4A

Our ref: # 846

An inspirational Regency exterior with intricate stone work and extensive banks of windows, this office space in Fleet Street is reminiscent of the infamous days when the district was plague...

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Fleet Street, Fleet Street, EC4Y

Our ref: # 6810

An architecturally unique structure deep within London’s financial and retail centre on Fleet Street, this office space is a contemporary business solution to a host of corporate requirement...

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Whitefriars Street, Fleet Street, EC4Y

Our ref: # 19506

Located just off London's infamous Fleet Street, offering a prime address in the Law and Legal district. The white stone-fronted self-contained building houses just over 10,000sqft across ni...

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Fleet Street, London, EC4A

Our ref: # 18401

Offices in London occupy this Fleet Street building, which is situated in a prime city location ideal for growing businesses and those looking to make their mark. The building has been immac...

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New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, EC4V

Our ref: # 18907

Located in the City of London, Fleet House is within easy reach of major transport links and local facilities, including Blackfriars, St Pauls and City Thameslink mainline stations. All o...

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Farringdon Street, Farringdon, EC4A

Our ref: # 17620

Flexible serviced offices, coworking space and meeting rooms occupy this newly refurbished and iconic business centre in Farringdon Street, in a major legal district which has also enjoyed r...

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Tudor Street, Blackfriars , EC4Y

Our ref: # 22751

Fantastic opportunity to share a 3rd floor office space with Perkbox, a tech start up company offering user engagement opportunities. We have 1000sqft to 2000sqft available to lease made ...

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Tallis Street, Blackfriars, EC4Y

Our ref: # 17767

Recently refurbished in a cool contemporary style, these serviced offices offer great workspace close to legal and accountancy firms in EC4. They’re perfect for any company needing a base ne...

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About Fleet Street

Fleet Street is well known for being home to the British press, and although most of the newspapers have moved on now, the area still resonates with any Londoner. Fleet Street began as the road from the more commercial parts of the City to the political buildings of Westminster and was later home to a great many famous literary men throughout history. The writer Charles Lamb lived here, as did the creator of the dictionary Samuel Johnson. Many newspapers which are still popular today were established here, including the Daily Mirror, which was established on Fetter Lane in 1920 and remained there until 1990. Many of these newspaper buildings are listed, including the former offices of the Daily Express and the Daily Telegraph, giving Fleet Street an olde-worlde feel even in the present day. A number of statues and monuments can be found in Fleet Street, including a status of Queen Elizabeth I, a memorial to Charles Lamb, and a statue of John Wilkes where Fetter Lane meets New Fetter Lane.

Setting up your business here

Now that the newspapers have, for the most part, abandoned Fleet Street, the area is now the bustling home to a wide variety of investment banking, accountancy and legal firms. Goldman Sachs is one of the most famous investment banking firms in the world and has offices here, as does the Royal Bank of Scotland. A reminder of Fleet Street’s days as the hub of publishing in London, D.C. Thomson & Co, creators of The Beano, still have a home here. There are excellent transport links in the area, and the number of financial and legal firms in close proximity make it the ideal place for networking for any business in those sectors.

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Things to do in Fleet Street

The area around Fleet Street and Fetter Lane offers a wide range of attractions and entertainment options. One of the most interesting historical sites is Temple Church, the spiritual and actual home of the Knights Templar, which was consecrated in 1185. For more up to date entertainment options, the Barbican Centre is a modern arts and entertainment centre, providing theatre, musical and dance performances across a range of genres, as well as exhibition space, the Barbican Art Gallery, two cinemas, various restaurants and a variety of retail facilities. For a post-work drink that is steeped in history, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is a 17th century tavern, which offers plenty of cosy nooks and crannies, open fireplaces and a sprawling maze of bars. If looking for something a little more upmarket and sophisticated, 28-50 Fetter Lane is a well-priced French bistro which is ideal for relaxed business lunches.

Local transportation

  • Tube lines: Circle, District, Central
  • Mainline stations: Temple, City Thameslink, Chancery Lane
  • Nearest motorways: M1
  • Nearest airports: London City, Heathrow
  • Other: Buses and taxis

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