The offices in High Holborn are fully flexible and serviced to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of businesses. Every office is fitted with the latest IT and telecoms solutions to provide unrivalled broadband speeds along with the latest telephony capable of supporting a variety of recording and monitoring software.
Each office is personally configured providing office space to suit your choices and requirements, creating a hassle-free move. This office space is unbranded for you to brand your own offices in a manner which best reflects your business. Corporate name boards and logos can also be situated in prominent areas.
A self contained, 22,000 Sqft glass-fronted building next to Chancery Lane Tube Station in Holborn. The business centre is serviced by a modern reception and includes a conference suite and dedicated meeting rooms fitted out to the highest specification. The building provides exceptionally secure space for modern business and the building benefits from a managed reception and 24/7 access.
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Located by exit 1 of Chancery Lane tube station, on the Central Line; The business centre sits in a row of landmark buildings that join the junction of Gray's Inn Road and High Holborn. Holborn Underground Station is a short walk west and is serviced by both the Central and Piccadilly lines. Buses travel directly into the city from High Holborn and across the river to Waterloo Railway Station.
High Holborn lies at the heart of London's legal and financial district, which is famously home to the Royal Courts of Justice, The Law Society and various schools and colleges for business, law, finance and medicine. The area's excellent public transport links have attracted a large number of businesses who have chosen High Holborn to be their headquarters. The trendy and fashionable areas of Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and Smithfield, and the professional and corporate St Paul's/Fleet Street on Holborn's perimeter give it a truly cosmopolitan feel.
Over the last 10 years, the area has grown in stature, with a wide range of occupiers transforming the midtown occupier marker. In Midtown, the local business improvement district has played a key role in giving Holborn a newfound confidence, backed by Camden Council and the Mayor of London. They are pursuing a five-year plan to further improve the area by increasing recycling and green business, enhancing retail and trade and boosting public transport links.
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