Office Space and Commercial Property near Bermondsey Tube Station
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It would be fair to say that Bermondsey is a district rich in history. It boasts land that has been held by King William and the Knights Templar during the periods of the Anglo-Saxons and the Normans. Its streets have been immortalised in the literature of Charles Dickens. And it features what remains of King Edward III’s manor house.
Modern-day Bermondsey has been given a new lease of life. It has been revolutionised by the introduction of fantastic new transport links – such as Bermondsey tube station – a considerable selection of fine dining options and a cultural vibrancy, factors which have helped to increase the popularity of the area’s office space and commercial property amongst businesses.
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Situated just a couple of miles away from the heart of the city of London, businesses can experience a number of fantastic benefits with offices in Bermondsey. As a district that is currently on the up, there is a significant amount of prestige to be had from having a location in the area. Regardless of whether the location is a fully-furnished, modern tower block or a small second floor office, Bermondsey is a well-respected London location.
Using our expertise in all things London offices, we at DeVono Cresa can help you find the right type of office to let in Bermondsey for your business. So regardless of whether your business is a relatively new start-up or a well-known company, we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
Considerable improvements have been made to Bermondsey’s transport links to ensure that the area is easy to access. Futuristic in its appearance – thanks to an innovative design from Ian Ritchie Architects – Bermondsey tube station runs on the Jubilee Line Extension. Clients and employees from outside London can also easily access the area via the nearby mainline station at London Bridge; from there the London Bridge tube station runs to Bermondsey tube station, making the commute relatively trouble-free.
Like the majority of London districts, Bermondsey is also well-served by a number of bus services – providing an alternative for those commuters that don’t want to use the tube. Heathrow, the UK’s busiest international airport, is also just under an hour away too, providing clients from all over the world with access to the area.
As well its illustrious history, impressive transport links and amazing commercial property, Bermondsey is also the home to a huge number of great attractions – perfect for indulging important clients with a luxurious experience. With new exhibitions on a regular basis, the distinctive Fashion and Textiles Museum continues to be a huge draw; meanwhile, the atmosphere at Millwall FC’s ground, the New Den, is truly something to behold.
The area’s fantastic selection of restaurants and cafés can act the perfect venues for client meetings; employees will also find it wonderful spot to grab a bite to eat at lunch or after work too.
When we, at DeVono Cresa, go about sourcing and locating office space in Bermondsey, we operate slightly differently to other property companies. We act on your behalf, rather than on that of the landlord. We place the requirements of your business at the top of our priorities when sourcing offices and commercial property. If you’re, for example, looking for an office rental in Bermondsey close to Bermondsey tube station, we’ll work to negotiate and secure the best possible deal. We’re also committed to communicating and negotiating with third parties, something that enables us to get you a great deal.
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