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The cheapest and most expensive London areas to rent a serviced office

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17th Mar 15 11:52 am

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Serviced offices aren’t a bad way to go for start-ups and SMEs looking to expand or move into office space.

A “serviced” office means it is all ready to go as soon as you move in, with utilities and bills and the like set up and managed by another company, so you can hit the ground running rather than faffing about installing broadband and setting up your water mains.

Serviced offices also tend to offer much more flexible and shorter-term leases, which is obviously preferable if you’re not 100% sure where your business will be in three years’ time.

So where’s the best place to get one in the capital?

Office Genie, a search engine for office space, has just released research showing the cost of serviced offices, calculated per desk, in London areas.

The full list is below, and the average price for all of London is £512.

Cost of a serviced office, per desk – from cheapest to most expensive

London area Average monthly rent per desk in serviced office
Brixton £233
Chiswick £298
Wandsworth £312
Islington £371
Putney £376
Clapham £394
Angel £402
Old Street £415
Camden £442
Kings Cross £445
Battersea £450
Farringdon £466
Clerkenwell £479
Fulham £481
Hammersmith £501
Southwark £513
Shoreditch £521
Canada Water £525
Waterloo £525
City £535
Holborn £536
Marylebone £554
Covent Garden £562
Aldgate £570
Canary Wharf £570
Bank £571
Soho £586
Liverpool Street £590
Paddington £590
Westminster £590
Bayswater £596
Bond Street £596
Victoria £624
Mayfair £638
Kensington £648
Chelsea £652
Knightsbridge £654
Notting Hill £654

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