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Office Space West London: Area Guide

Home to the rich and famous, West London is known for its world-class museums, shopping, galleries, entertainment and culture. Whereas businesses and commercial buildings are in the majority throughout much of London, West London boasts many more residences and buildings of historical interest, making it a popular location for those looking for a more upmarket place to do business.

In fact, this area has always been one of the more prestigious districts of London. Historically, it was placed upwind of the smoke blowing from city factories and became home to the richest and most powerful residents.


Setting up your Business Here

As one of the more expensive and luxurious areas of London, this area draws in an array of exclusive companies and organisations. Shared coworking spaces and serviced offices in this area offer ideal networking opportunities and access to potential clientele.

Although West London can be pricier than the rest of the city, the benefits of conducting business here are significantly magnified. Like many other attractive parts of London, the area offers ample office space to rent and is very well connected, making it effortless to get from one side of the city to the other.


Culture and Entertainment

Shopping is one of the main attractions throughout West London, which is home to some of the UKís largest flagship stores and quirky boutiques. Hit the shops on the world-famous Oxford Street or head to nearby Carnaby Street to fulfil your shopping needs. For evening entertainment, the West End is home to some of the biggest and most popular theatres and stage shows in the world, including We Will Rock You and The Lion King.

Steeped in history, West London has an array of museums and cultural galleries on offer including the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Saatchi Gallery. If you're a fashion fanatic, head to the Victoria and Albert Museum Ė the world's leading museum of design and fashion.


Eating Out

Little Bay Kilburn is a delightful chain restaurant with a wonderfully local and independent feel. It serves innovative dishes full of fresh and delicious ingredients in a vibrant atmosphere. Filled with candles and mezzanine balconies, the restaurant feels quirkier and more exciting than your average franchise.

For those who are health conscious or have specific dietary requirements, businesses can spoil their guests at 222 Veggie Vegan. This 100% vegan restaurant serves a casual lunchtime buffet as well as candle-lit evening meals. The restaurant has an environmentally-conscious aesthetic that fits in well with businesses promoting the same ethos to their clients.

If you're after something a little more casual and informal, take a trip to Portobello Road Market. With a variety of street food stalls offering food from around the world, you will be spoilt for choice.


Transport Links

  • Underground Stations: Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus
  • Tube lines: Piccadilly, Circle, District, Central, Metropolitan
  • Mainline stations: Charing Cross
  • Nearest airports: Heathrow (43 min), London City (30 min)
  • Nearest motorways: M4
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