This growing trend of collective work spaces typically provides flexible memberships and access to facilities. Allowing for members to deeply collaborate in a relaxed setting that promotes a networking friendly environment. Where events, activities, workshops, and learning opportunities can be offered along with the chance to socialise, learn, and gain inspiration. This emergence of collective working appeals more so to a creative market steering away from the traditional format of corporate work life. Provide a sufficient footing for start-ups at a reasonable priced rental or hire of work space. It gives access to facilities such as desk work space and hire to private offices, meeting room and seminar/ presentation halls. Along with full access to kitchenette/ Café, WC, Centre Manager, Caretaker, CCTV and recycling facilities etc. This list is compiled of the some of the most notable spaces in London. Within this trend of office workspaces companies typically will have branches dotted over central London.

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  1. The Trampery Old Street

The Trampery in Old Street is one of the three in operation, Tower Bridge and East India Dock. “The focus, facilities, location, and aesthetic of each is tuned to the particularities of the local creative community, the building’s architectural character, and the sector it caters. This is particularly true for the Old Street branch located in Shoreditch which is coined as the tech city of London.”

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  1. Interchange Triangle

Interchange aims to be an organic accelerator with tangible added value services and support for any business without taking equity. It has risen to be one of London’s newest co-working space for creative start-ups and entrepreneurs in the heart of Camden. They are spread over three stunning buildings and 84,000 sqft. At Interchange, staff is dedicated to focus on helping to taking customers to their next level. Where the infrastructure, ideas and tools can assist in achieving new heights. The staff at this establishment aims to specialise in customer support to where they are strongly assistive their client’s endeavours.

 

  1. Theclub workspace Southwark

Only 500 metres from Borough station and situated on a quiet street, Club Workspace Southwark is perfectly located for start ups that are looking for a working base in this incredible area of London.

Located on the ground floor of The Print Rooms, this hot-desking space is flooded with natural light, has noise baffling fittings, and is frequented by developers, social entrepreneurs and production houses.

There’s an on-site meeting room available to book online, an on-site cafe who serve up an incredible menu every lunchtime and a bustling events calendar, aimed at start-ups and small businesses.

Transport links are second to none with five large stations servicing this property; Southwark, Borough, London Bridge, Blackfriars and Waterloo are all in close proximity.

 

This space offers ultra-highspeed internet access, showers, café/ restaurant, whiteboard, kitchen, printing, security, bike storage, phone booth, 24-hour access, reception desk, lockers communal area. As well as projector, meeting rooms, event space hire, disabled access, café/ restaurant, and catering. Open from 8:00 to 22:00 on weekdays and is closed on weekends, this space offers a fixed term plan for three months at £1656, a monthly plan of £ 420/per month, “Hotdesk” purchase for £54 in one day and an advanced booking of £45/per day. Located in Westminster, it encourages community collaboration and networking for movements focused on social and environmental initiatives.