Situated at the north end of Portobello Road in the north of Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove is just four miles from the heart of London. With views of the Trellick Tower and home to the wood-clad water tower which overlooks the Grand Union Canal, this area has some quirky features that have made it increase in popularity over recent years. Although it has been gentrified over the years, it has held on to the same sense of character that locals love.
Ladbroke Grove has long been associated with creative and artistic types and that reputation has seeped into the types of businesses that choose to establish themselves in office space here. The excellent nearby conveniences, laid-back atmosphere and easy access to locations like Notting Hill and Shepherds Bush make it ideal for businesses. Plus, being located in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea brings with it a great reputation for being a high-end destination which helps businesses to flourish.
Notable attractions in this area include the Electric Cinema which is one of the oldest and most unique cinemas in London; Kensal Green Cemetery where famous people like Freddie Mercury and Ingrid Bergman are buried; and Portobello Market. It is also the main road for the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival, drawing in crowds of thousands every year.
Ladbroke Grove Office Space
Ladbroke Grove provides varied office space for businesses, with modern and conventional premises and stylish studios. Offices here typically accommodate as many as 60 people and are available on serviced or unserviced terms depending on the needs of the business. Ladbroke Grove offices also have great facilities in terms of courtyards, storage spaces or lounge areas, depending on the type of site you choose.
In addition to neighbouring Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove is close to Kensal Green to the north of the area, Paddington to the east, Kensington and Hammersmith to the south, and Shepherds Bush to the west.
Ladbroke Grove is a well-connected and convenient location to set up your office, with several underground stations all within easy reach - Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill Gate and Holland Park. These stations all provide access to District, Circle, Central and Hammersmith and City lines. Oxford Circus is just eight minutes by Tube, while Liverpool Street is around a 20-minute journey. There is also an Overground station at Kensal Green which is only a short walk away, along with several bus routes which offer regular services.
Cafes and Restaurants
With such close proximity to Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove offers a wealth of possibilities in terms of where to eat and drink. Whether it’s a refreshing juice from Portobello Juice Café, a delicious breakfast from Pizza East or Mr Christian’s Deli for a quick lunch, Ladbroke Grove has something to suit every food craving.
In terms of supermarkets and grocery stores, this area has several to choose from, including a Tesco, Waitrose and CostCutters. And for office workers looking to pick up a coffee before they start work in the morning, Lowry & Baker on Portobello Road or chains like Starbucks offer great options close by. Tregesers is the perfect spot for coffee and a cake with a client or a new customer.