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London Bridge, Southwark, SE1

Our ref: # 7691

An awe-inspiring example of contemporary urban architecture, this glistening office space in London Bridge offers a prestigious location next to City Hall as well as panoramic views across t...

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Hatfields, Waterloo, SE1

Our ref: # 22755

Situated in a great location close to the South Bank Complex and the OXO Tower in SE1. This property boasts a stylish, modern reception with a superb cafe, stylish meeting rooms and balconie...

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Upper Ground, South Bank, SE1

Our ref: # 18107

A unique and exciting business centre which is home to a number of modern office spaces in London, this building provides an interesting and innovative space for businesses of all sizes. The...

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Stamford Street, South Bank, SE1

Our ref: # 22873

Discover London office space on the cultural pulse of this city’s iconic river bank. Our South Bank Central centre sits between Blackfriars and the Southbank Centre in one of London's thrivi...

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Paris Gardens, Southwark, SE1

Our ref: # 21922

This Paris Gardens business centre is a former warehouse building that originally comprised part of the IPC Media printing and distribution centre. The majority of the building is arranged i...

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Hatfields, Southwark, SE1

Our ref: # 23897

Flexible office spaces in Southwark occupy this modern business centre. Offices can be leased on a variety of licences ranging from three to 12 months, inclusive of facilities management and...

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Victoria Embankment, Embankment, EC4Y

Our ref: # 6582

Ideal for anyone who still has a secret penchant to one day become a swashbuckling pirate, this office space in the hull of ex-U boat hunter HMS President offers a unique business environmen...

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Temple Avenue, Embankment, EC4Y

Our ref: # 6653

The unique frontage of this property overlooking Temple Gardens, over the Thames and to the Southbank beyond, is a testament to the Gothic Revivalist style with rows of ornate stonework, arc...

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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 South Bank

The South Bank was slower to develop than the North Bank of the Thames, due in part to receiving less sunlight. It was developed as an entertainment district in the Middle Ages, home to theatres, bear baiting and even prostitution. In the 18th Century the area was taken over as an industrial location and blocked off from the public, before being redefined for culture and entertainment again in 1951 during the Festival of Britain. This location has continued to be a cultural hub of the City ever since, and is now home to the Royal National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and the London Eye - one of London’s most popular landmarks. The area benefits from extensive transport links and considerable footfall throughout the year, benefitting businesses and attractions based here.

Setting up your business here

The South Bank is largely home to the Media, Creative and Entertainment industries, but is also popular with financial companies as it enjoys close proximity to the ‘Square Mile’, the City’s financial district. The range of transport links close by make it ideal for networking and connectivity, and with London South Bank University based here there is a wide talent pool available close by to benefit business.

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Things to do in South Bank

South Bank has so many things to do and see that it can be difficult to choose something to do from one day to the next. The Sea Life London Aquarium is a famous attraction which draws millions of visitors every year, and offers a spectacular view of the underwater world. For more introspective enjoyment, The Poetry Library is also based here and offers access to some of the world’s best poetry and prose. The Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre is the home of the Philharmonic Orchestra, and hosts operas, ballets and concerts on a regular basis. For post-work drinks there are plenty of watering holes to choose from. Bassoon Bar is one of the more upmarket, and is somewhat expensive but offers fantastic cocktails and the chance to rub shoulders with its celebrity clientele. Gordon’s Wine Bar is a more affordable option, and is steeped in history as it was once home to Samuel Pepys. The Fire Station is a good venue for dinner or a quick bite, with an intimate restaurant as well as a casual bar area to choose from.

Local transportation

  • Tube lines: Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo, Waterloo & City
  • Mainline stations: Waterloo, Charing Cross
  • Nearest motorways: M4
  • Nearest airports: London City, Heathrow
  • Other: Buses and taxis. Boats from Westminster, Waterloo Millennium, Embankment and Festival piers

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