Office Space to Rent in the South Home Counties (Serviced Offices)

View office space to rent in the Home Counties (south). We list office space which is presented in different sizes and budgets for a variety of requirements. Whether you need a traditional, contemporary, or modern look, contact us today to find your perfect workspace.

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Finsbury Square, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 1AH
Private managed offices
86 to 108 people

Office space: 8,990 sq. ft.
Inclusive rent: from £112,375 per month

  • 24 hour access
  • Air conditioning
  • Bike storage
  • Lift access
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • and more...
  • Icon: Tube Station Moorgate (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Old Street (4 mins walk)
Portal Way, Ealing, London, W3 6RT
Private serviced offices
2 to 40 people
From £550/mo.

Selection of traditional office spaces to rent moments from North Acton train station.

  • 24 hour access
  • Air conditioning
  • CCTV
  • Lift access
  • Storage space
  • and more...
  • Icon: Tube Station North Acton (3 mins walk)
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Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London, E1 6BX
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £1,550/mo.

Various office spaces for rent with a contemporary feel and floor-to-ceiling windows.

  • Car park (onsite)
  • Gym
  • Network events
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • Pet friendly
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  • Icon: Tube Station Shoreditch High St (3 mins walk)
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Wilson Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2DB
Private serviced offices
2 to 1000 people
From £1,670/mo.

Range of vibrant office spaces for rent with wood floors and exposed ceilings.

  • Bike storage
  • Breakout space
  • Network events
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • Pet friendly
  • and more...
  • Icon: Rail Station Liverpool Street (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Liverpool Street (5 mins walk)
Finsbury Market, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2BN
Private serviced offices
75 to 86 people
From £26,520/mo.

Various office spaces for rent with sleek interiors and exposed ceilings.

  • 24 hour access
  • Breakout space
  • Meeting rooms
  • Phone booths
  • Shower facilities
  • and more...
  • Icon: Rail Station Liverpool Street (3 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Shoreditch High St (4 mins walk)
Aylesbury Street, Farringdon, EC1R 0DB
Private serviced offices
16 to 50 people
From £10,000/mo.

  • 24 hour access
  • Bike storage
  • Kitchen facility
  • Meeting rooms
  • Onsite manager
  • and more...
  • Icon: Tube Station Farringdon (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Farringdon (4 mins walk)
Ladbroke Grove, London, W10 5AS
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £430/mo.

Range of sleek, unfurnished office spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows and wooden walls.

  • 24 hour access
  • Café
  • Lift access
  • Meeting rooms
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • and more...
  • Icon: Tube Station Kensal Green (9 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Ladbroke Grove (9 mins walk)

Home Counties (South) Office Guide

The Southern Home Counties consist of Surrey, Kent, and Sussex. Like the other Home Counties, they are close to London, and economically more prosperous than the rest of the UK. The economies of these three counties have traditionally been based in activities such as agriculture and construction. However, the services sector has in recent years accounted for in increasing percentage of employment.

Surrey

Surrey is the wealthiest county in the United Kingdom, with the highest GDP per capita and a much larger proportion of millionaires than any other county in the UK. In addition to enjoying a close proximity to London, Surrey's economy is boosted by the fact that many major companies are headquartered in the county. International companies that have head offices in Surrey include Nikon, Whirlpool, Nestlé, and Esso. Surrey is a popular option for firms that need to be located close to London, but are put off by the high cost of renting office space in the capital.

Kent

Due to the spectacular natural beauty of the county, tourism is playing an increasingly important part in the Kent economy. Visitors from all over the world visit Kent to see attractions such as the White Cliffs of Dover, Leeds Castle, Dover Castle, and much more. As a result, a large proportion Kent's population are employed in services catering to the tourism industry.
Kent is also home to Kent Science Park. It is one of the biggest science parks in the South East, and aims at nurturing local companies in the science and technology industries. The park provides flexible offices in Sittingbourne, suitable for companies of all sizes and stages of development. In addition to office space, the park also provides a conference centre, an ICT training centre, a lecture theatre, and meeting rooms. Workers at the park can engage in numerous physical activities at the site, including tennis and football.

Sussex

In recent years Sussex has seen an influx of companies operating in new industries, such as digital media. Concerted efforts have been made to develop the county's economy, and help it achieve its full potential. One such initiative is the Greater Brighton City Deal. The aims of this project include creating 1,300 jobs in the short-term and 8,500 jobs in the medium term. The project will also provide more than 22,000 sq ft of office space in East Sussex, specifically for the use of companies in the creative technology industry. Ultimately, the project aims at establishing Brighton and Hove as a new centre for technology in the UK, under the moniker "Tech City South".

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