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London

84 workplaces | 1 meeting facilities

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in London using ShareDesk

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by the hour, day, or extended period.

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Flexible work
in London

From being a well-known hub for start-ups in Europe to having large corporations implement flexible work strategies, London is rapidly evolving to become a city that fully embraces the flexible work model. A shared concern for most businesses is leasing costs, especially with increasing real estate activity putting upward pressure on rates. As growth in rents and tightening of the market continues, many types of companies and sectors in London are expected to innovate around the concept of flexible work.

London office rates

London is known for being an expensive city to work and live in; however, it does offer a range of rates to cater towards all types of professionals.

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Desks

ShareDesk price index for daily, hourly, and monthly
Hot Desks and Dedicated Desks

6
GBP
.00
5 GBP
6 GBP
31
GBP
.00
0 GBP
50 GBP
272
GBP
.00
10 GBP
700 GBP

Dedicated Desks

31
GBP
.00
25 GBP
40 GBP
301
GBP
.00
125 GBP
450 GBP

Meeting Space

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23
GBP
.00
20 GBP
25 GBP
137
GBP
.00
110 GBP
150 GBP
1,200
GBP
.00
1,200 GBP
1,200 GBP

Private Office

Rent temporary private office space that fits your budget

960
GBP
.00
160 GBP
2,000 GBP

About London

London, the metropolitan capital of England, is the largest city in the European Union, with world class, well-established industries. Known as a cultural and finance capital of the world, the city attracts a highly diverse group of professionals, with over 300 languages spoken locally. Living and working in the city, especially the inner areas, is expensive, primarily due to high rental rates, which are expected to increase. Although this trend makes it difficult for individuals and companies alike, it creates a perfect climate for a vibrant flexible workspace community, which is expected to continue to grow as the current real estate trends continue.

Work in London

The majority of London’s workforce is in the fast-paced services industry, with the city’s largest industry being finance. London is known as one of the most important locations for international finance as well as media, with companies such as BBC being large employers. The city’s technology and information sector is also experiencing growth as companies migrate to East London Tech City, a growing tech hub. With a highly mobile workforce, London resembles the city of the future in many ways, where it’s less about where you work, and more about the work you are delivering.

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