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Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1

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  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough Yards, Dirty Lane, Borough, London - SE1
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Type of space Number of desks* Rent per month
Office 8 Desks (280 Sqft) £9785
Office 16 Desks (560 Sqft) £16135
Office - with 2 x meeting rooms and a phone booth 40 Desks (1,400 Sqft) £51165
Self Contained Office with premium views , breakout area, 3 x meeting rooms, 3 x phone booths 95 Desks (3,325 Sqft) £123450
Private Office 12 Desks (420 Sqft) £12960

*Please note, square foot size may vary at each location

Working with Studio David Thulstrup, we are creating a striking new space in London's most exciting redevelopment, The Soap Buildings.

We create flexible work space that is distinctive by design, supporting businesses and people to thrive.

Ref: 75862
24 Hour Access
Air Conditioning
Break-Out Areas
IT and Telecoms
Kitchen Facilities
Manned Reception
Meeting Rooms
Office Cleaning
Office Furniture
Onsite Gym
Postal Services
Reception Area
Secretarial Services
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South London is the southern part of London, south of the River Thames, consisting of the southern part of London, south of the River Thames, consisting of the London Borough of Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Greenwich, Kingston, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Richmond, Southwark, Sutton and Wandsworth, these locations south of the river for serviced office space are well sought after, providing value for money options for all types of businesses whether you're an IT company, media or construction business.

A significant feature of South London's economic geography is that while there are more than thirty bridges linking the area with West London and the City, there is only one, Tower Bridge, linking the area with East London.

Little of London's underground rail network lies south of the river, largely due to the challenging geology, however 21st century technology makes tunnelling much cheaper than before (though stations are still expensive) and this may well lead to an improved underground provision in South London with the Crossrail 2 line proposed alongside extensions to the Northern and Bakerloo Lines.

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