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Chancery Lane is a street that functions as the City of London financial district’s western boundary.
Like all parts of the City of London, Chancery Lane has strong historical foundations. It has long been linked to the legal profession, having been named after the old High Court of Chancery. Other key law buildings like the Six Clerks office and the precinct of the Master of Rolls have been located on the street also.
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The legal associations continue today. Most of the commercial property in modern-day Chancery Lane is occupied by companies working in the legal professions. And one of the four Inns of Court, Lincoln’s Inn, is located on the street.
Naturally, law firms and paralegals are particularly suited to Chancery Lane. However, the street’s prime location makes office space in Chancery Lane ideal for any business that needs regular access to the City.
The area around Chancery Lane tube station also includes High Holborn – the long street that runs west into Holborn itself – and Gray’s Inn Road, named after another of the Inns of Court. As well as offering a great location and plenty of prestige-by-association, these streets are also well served by cafes, restaurants, pubs and the like, which offer opportunities for entertaining clients and other visitors, or simply enjoying a drink and a bite to eat after work. The Cittie of York public house, for example, is a favourite with those who work in the area, and is conveniently located close to Chancery Lane tube station.
Whilst we’re on the subject of the tube station, let’s focus on transport. Any part of the City of London is easy to reach from just about any part of London, via the capital’s comprehensive, exemplary public transport network. Chancery Lane tube station is just a short walk from the street itself, and is served by the Central Line – London’s most-used Underground line. Via this line alone, commuters can travel all the way to Chancery Lane tube station from Epping, in the northeast, or West Ruislip, on the western side of Greater London.
The area is also served by several bus routes, so is accessible to those who would rather avoid the London Underground. There are also residential properties nearby, for those who would rather avoid the morning commute altogether. Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London’s largest public square, is just next to Chancery Lane, and provides plenty of leisure opportunities for those living in the area.
In terms of offices, the area around Chancery Lane tube station has plenty to offer too. There are many examples of commercial property built in the grand style of the Victorian era – which will benefit any business that wants to project an image of historic prestige. But if you’re looking for modern-style office space, the area can accommodate your needs too.
Whether you want budget office space near Chancery Lane tube station, or you want the grandest, piece of ‘statement’ property available, we at DeVono can help. Since 2003, we have acted for tenants and occupiers only – not for landlords – and we were the first commercial property specialist in London to do so. You can trust us to negotiate the best possible deal, to locate the most suitable office space, and give your business’s interests top priority.
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