Serviced Offices in South West London (Office Space to Let)

Looking to find serviced offices for rent in South West London? We list private office space of all sizes in this region of London to suit different sized organisation needing private, flexible workspace.

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Silverthorne Rd, Battersea, London
Private serviced offices
2 to 120 people
From £900/mo.

Affordable, attractive workspaces are available at this commercial South London property near several tube and rail stations. The property boasts unique interiors, meeting rooms, reception services, bike racks and parking.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Queenstown Road (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Wandsworth Road (5 mins walk)
Havelock Terrace, Battersea, London
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £248/mo.

Versatile offices available in Business Centre enjoying excellent transport routes. A centre manager, 24/7 access, cycle racks, fast fibre broadband and recycling facilities are provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Battersea Park (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Battersea Power (3 mins walk)
Circus Road South, Battersea, London, SW11
Private serviced offices
2 to 150 people
From £1,198/mo.

Iconic London landmark building with meeting rooms, kitchen facilities, breakout space and 24-hour secure access. Office space to let is fully furnished, customisable and includes fibre broadband.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Battersea Power (3 mins walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Battersea Park (4 mins walk)
Voltaire Road, Clapham North, London
Private serviced offices
2 to 70 people
From £470/mo.

Vibrant, creative business centre in a period building with excellent public transport links offers trendy, unbranded office suites. A reception, fitness centre, parking, bike racks and IT support are available onsite.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham High Street (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham North (2 mins walk)
Lavender Hill, Battersea, London, SW11
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £824/mo.

London Business Centre enjoying excellent rail/bus connections with bright office spaces and Art Deco interiors. Telephone answering, mail/fax handling, boardrooms, a café and sun terrace are features.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham Junction (7 mins walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Clapham Jct. (7 mins walk)
Battersea Park Rd, London, SW11
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £1,390/mo.

Bright, contemporary Business Centre renting serviced offices easily access by public transport. A trendy staffed reception, superfast internet, onsite maintenance, and 24/7 security are provided.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham Junction (6 mins walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Clapham Jct. (6 mins walk)
Falcon Rd, Battersea, SW11
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £526/mo.

Luxury furnished offices provided on flexible terms in a great urban location. The workspaces benefit from a staffed reception, messaging service, meeting rooms and a switchboard.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Clapham Jct. (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham Junction (4 mins walk)
Acre Lane, Clapham, London, SW2
Private serviced offices
3 to 40 people
From £363/mo.

Gated commercial property provides spacious modern offices in a location with multiple public transport links and 24-hour access. Workspaces offer secure parking, mailboxes and telephone answering services.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham North (6 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Clapham High Street (7 mins walk)
Eccleston Square, Victoria, London, SW1V
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £1,500/mo.

Unbranded period building in a prestigious London postcode offers luxury workspaces with traditional interiors on flexible terms. The converted townhouse provides meeting rooms, reception services and market-leading technology.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Victoria (3 mins walk)
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Ferndale Road, Brixton, London, SW9
Private serviced offices
2 to 60 people
From £314/mo.

19th Century period building provides recently-refurbished, modern offices available on flexible terms. Year-round 24/7 access, fast fibre optic broadband, friendly staffed reception and car/bicycle parking are provided.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Brixton (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Brixton (1 min walk)

South West London Office Guide

About South West London

South West London encompasses Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Hammersmith and Fulham, Wandsworth and Merton, and the southernmost parts of Westminster. Many of London’s most desirable locations can be found in this region of the city, attracting a wide mix of businesses to serviced offices in the area. 

 

Sectors at the forefront of the economy for the south west include service, retail, tourism and hospitality sectors, finance businesses and insurance companies. Manufacturing industries are still drawn to South West London as well, although this sector isn’t as strong today as it was several decades ago. South West London is one of the most fashionable and prestigious postcodes in the city to rent office space with more than 1.3 million workers employed in the area. It boasts a number of tourist attractions along with some of the highest concentrations of international firms headquartered here.

 

This part of London includes many attractions, from Harrods and Brixton’s O2 Academy to the famed King’s Road in Chelsea to the London Eye. Sports fans will be familiar with this area as it is home to the tennis capital of the world at Wimbledon and Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club, is also situated here. 

 

Office Space in South West London (Serviced Offices)

South West London has a number of bright and spacious offices to suit businesses of all types. Business centres in Battersea, for example, accommodate large teams of over 200 people and can be rented on private and shared terms. There are also smaller premises to accommodate start-ups, making this area accessible to companies of all sizes. 

 

With many of the premises in this area close to underground stations, accessing other areas of the city is convenient and easy. Kensington and Chelsea are predominantly focused on the retail sector while Westminster and Whitehall are dominated by the tourism sector and government offices. There are car parks in this area, but they can be costly and are typically better suited to short stops rather than all-day parking. 

 

Nearby Areas

The areas surrounding the south west of London include Epsom, Croydon, Dulwich and Brentford. This part of the city is well-connected and with Wimbledon and Richmond Park both under 20 minutes from Waterloo Station, it is popular with businesses and commuters. 

 

Transport Connections 

Companies renting office space in South West London benefit from the great transport links the area offers. South West London has regular bus services for commuters as well as an abundance of taxis. For quick and convenient commuting, the Underground is the most popular mode of transport — there are several stations throughout the south west of the city and are served by the Piccadilly and District lines. 

 

To main stations such as Victoria, it is just a short Tube ride — Hammersmith to Victoria takes less than 20 minutes, while Chelsea to Euston or Bank takes around 35 minutes. For accessing the main airports, both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are easily accessible by train or Tube lines, with Heathrow around 45 minutes away and Gatwick just over an hour. 

 

Eateries, Culture and Green Space

From top-end restaurants like Dinner by Heston to chain restaurants like ASK Italian, South West London is packed with restaurants and cafés, providing office workers with plenty of options. And if you want to grab a coffee before work, independent shops like Fee and Brown in Beckenham have a great atmosphere and delicious snacks. Richmond has a number of fantastic restaurants and also one of the best parks in all of London — perfect for a midday walk to unwind during the workday. 

 

In terms of places to drink after work, the south west has a number of popular spots, from classic pubs to modern cocktail bars. While this region doesn’t share the reputation of places like Knightsbridge for shopping, it is home to a great number of retail chains and independent shops in areas such as Vauxhall, Clapham and Brixton. There are also various cultural picks, from the iconic Tate Britain to the Wimbledon Museum of Local History, the Hicks Gallery and the Pump House Gallery in Battersea. 

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