Well positioned for businesses in a range of sectors, as it is located between London's financial district on one side and the legal firms and new creative companies dotted around Holborn on the other. Its key position was one reason why Fleet Street became the home of the newspaper industry, which continued until the 1980s when newspapers moved east to Wapping and Canary Wharf. Some publishers and related organisations are still based in or around the street, which remains synonymous in the UK with newspapers and printing, but most businesses are now related to the legal profession and several major law firms are based along it. It is also the home of a major investment bank.
Fleet Street is approx 7.5 miles away from London City Airport. A 22 minute drive on A1203 route.
By Public Transport:
0.29 Miles - Chancery Lane –Central Line
0.33 Miles - Temple-Circle Line/District Line
0.4 Miles - Blackfriars - Circle and District Line
0.44 Miles - Farringdon - Circle Line, Hammersmith and City Line, Metropolitan Line
0.49 Miles - St Paul's - Central Line
Large Conference Facility
24/7 Security Monitoring
24/7 Access Control
Dedicated Internet Line
Printing & Photocopying
High Speed Internet
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