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Suitable for 1 to 50 staff

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400 London & UK locations

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Equipped workspace

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Networking events

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All-inclusive pricing

What is a Coworking Office?

Coworking is an open-plan office environment where workers share space with other organisations.

Desks and chairs are provided, with access to communal facilities such as meeting rooms, kitchens and breakout areas.

Coworking is a great alternative to working alone at home and a more cost-effective solution to hiring a private office by yourself. It's even possible to hire coworking space for larger teams.

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Typical Coworking Office Set-up

  • Furniture (chair/desks) – Variety of seating options.
  • Internet access – Fast Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • Printing – High-end printing and photocopying facilities.
  • Refreshments – Tea, coffee, soft drinks and filtered water are typically provided.
  • On-site management – There to assist with any questions/requests.
  • Meeting rooms – Hire a meeting room or boardroom by the hour or day.
  • Phone booths – For when you need to make a private call.
  • Cleaning – Workspace is cleaned daily.
  • Community events – Expand your business and social network at organised events
  • Reception – To welcome your clients. Ad-hoc admin services also available.
Typical Coworking

Benefits of Coworking

Benefits of Coworking

Flexible Rental

Flexible agreements to allow you to rent dedicated deskspace on a monthly basis.


Deskspace is typically a cheaper alternative to renting a private office.

Social Events

Join the community and enjoy benefits such as networking events and wellbeing sessions.


Network with other co-workers to grow your business with new leads and useful services.

Facility Access

Free access to shared facilities such as breakout areas, phone booths, meeting rooms etc.

Working Environment

Free access to shared facilities such as breakout areas, phone booths, meeting rooms etc.

Who uses Coworking?

  • Freelancers

    Working in a professional environment as and when needed

  • Start-ups

    Test the water in a shared environment keeping costs at a minimum

  • SMEs

    Vibrant work environment to promote productivity within your organisation

  • Blue-chip companies

    Keep project teams engaged with the facilities, events and community provided.

Who uses Coworking

What does coworking cost?

Prices typically include desk space, use of facilities and refreshments.

Central London

From £300 to £550

per person / per month (all-inclusive)

Greater London

From £200 to £300

per person / per month (all-inclusive)

Rest of the UK

From £150 to £250

per person / per month (all-inclusive)

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