Saunders House is a 1960s period building that has been extensively refurbished to provide modern serviced offices, meeting rooms and communal areas that provides over 16,000 square feet of serviced office accommodation across 4 floors. The centre boasts air conditioning, state-of-the-art IT and telecoms and has been designed to suit all needs, from small executive suites to large spaces in flexible configurations. The centre also has communal areas, and tea points on every floor and a staffed reception area to help create an excellent first impression.
The office is just a short walk from Ealing Broadway station, providing access to the Central and District lines, as well as National Rail services. Ealing Common and Acton Main Line stations are also within walking distance and provide further access to the Piccadilly line and National Rail services. The Ealing area combines the twin attractions of a popular, prestigious business district and leafy suburbs (based around Ealing Common.)
Ealing Broadway itself has its own mainline station which runs to Paddington, is the terminus for the District and Central Lines, and is close to the M4 and M40 motorways, providing superb road links.
With the White City Development in the early phases of construction, the area is becoming an important new business centre in West London and is attracting major employers to the area.
Saunders House is situated in the Mall, one of Ealing Broadway’s main thoroughfares, and is surrounded by shops, cafes and other businesses. Ealing Common is just 300 metres away.
- Meeting Rooms
- Conferencing Facilities
- 24/7 Access
- 24/7 Security Monitoring
- Reception Staff
- High Speed Internet
- Dedicated Internet Line
- Private Offices
- Air Conditioning
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