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Though relatively new, it’s perhaps fitting that Canary Wharf acts as a hub for a number of the world’s most important financial organisations; its skyline is dominated by some of London’s most impressive buildings, such as One Canada Square, One Churchill Place and One West India Quay. However, rather than the thriving epicentre for financial activity it is now, Canary Wharf was originally part of the busiest port in the world – the West India Docks.
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Following years of decline in the port industry the docks closed in the 1980s – leaving the area largely unused. In an attempt to provide the area with a new lease of life, the business district that exists today was created – led by the construction of highly modernised commercial property by ambitious developers. With the array of fantastic buildings already in place and more set for construction, Canary Wharf is a fantastic area for businesses looking to make the move to the capital.
There’s a significant amount of prestige that business can gain from having office space in Canary Wharf; renowned British institutions, such as the Financial Services Authority (FSA), and numerous big-name banking firms have all been enticed into the area. However, as well as offering a wide selection of Grade A offices to choose from, it also possesses fantastic leisure facilities and high-quality apartments, making the opportunity to work for a business situated in the area a desirable proposition for potential employees.
Companies looking to relocate to Canary Wharf will find themselves presented with no shortage of options.
As specialists in London offices, we at DeVono can help you find the type of commercial property your business requires. Whether your business is looking for a new location as part of an expansion or its first London office space, we can work to source an office that ticks off all of your business’s boxes.
Despite boasting many chic residential properties, not all employees are going to be prepared to relocate to the area, and so will rely on public transport instead. Fortunately the area is served by a set of efficient transport links, including the London Underground – at Canary Wharf tube station – regularly running buses and the Docklands Light Railway.
Opened by Ken Livingstone in 1999, Canary Wharf tube station sees in excess of a staggering 40 million people pass through on an annual basis. Innovatively designed by Sir Norman Foster, Canary Wharf tube station operates on the Jubilee Line. Additionally, the Dockland Light Railway station also provides easy access to the London City Airport – which could be very useful for clients flying in for important business meetings in the area.
Here at DeVono we work slightly differently; unlike traditional letting agents, we’ll work solely on your behalf; we don’t work for the landlord. This enables us to dedicate our attentions towards sourcing the exact type of office space your business requires and negotiating the best possible deal. We also communicate with third parties on your behalf, which allows us to secure the best deal whilst you concentrate on running your business.
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