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Top London Co-Working Spaces

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Not everyone can afford the rent for an office – especially in the heart of London – and working from home can be unviable. Luckily, London is full of spaces for startups and freelancers to work, meet, and collaborate.

Here are some of the top such co-working spaces across the city, in no particular order. If you think we’ve missed any out, let us know!

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Club Workspace

These offices are more official and semi-permanent than others, giving people their own lockers and mail boxes. But like the others, they contain workspaces and rooms for meetings and events.

Locations: Bankside, Bethnal Green, Chancery Lane, Chiswick, Clerkenwell, Islington, Kennington, London Bridge, Southbank, West DulwichClub Workspace London

Google Campus

Split across multiple floors, Google Campus is particularly useful for tech businesses, and has a calendar full of industry-leading events.

Location: Bonhill Street

Rainmaking Loft

Rainmaking Loft has 3 locations, the others being Berlin and Copenhagen. The ethos behind the Loft is simple: fun.

Location: St Katherine’s Docks

Impact Hub London

Impact Hub London is for businesses and entrepreneurs whose work focuses on driving positive social and environmental change.

Locations: Islington, King’s Cross, Westminster, Brixton

TechHub

TechHub shares a space with Google Campus and, as the name suggests, is ideal for anything tech-related.

Locations: Bonhill Street, Old Street, and Shoreditch.

Huckletree ShoreditchHuckletree

Huckletree is committed to sustainability, with furniture created from recycled materials, plenty of energy-saving equipment, and plants, obviously. It is particularly welcoming to startups.

Location: Clerkenwell and Shoreditch

Warner Yard

With leather chairs and sofas that wouldn’t look out of place in a gentleman’s club, Warner Yard welcomes technology entrepreneurs and investors.

Location: Clerkenwell

Central Working

The key values of these offices are clarity, connections, flexibility, and environment, and they invite people to ‘get things done better, faster, and seize new opportunities’.

Locations: Bloombury, Shoreditch, Whitechapel 

We Work

Quirky and vintage touches in these offices are designed to keep you inspired. They are ideal spaces for creative freelancers.wework Aldgate Tower

Locations: 11 locations all around London

Winkley Street Studios

This open-space studio is full of wooden school desks and chairs, vintage armchairs, and plenty of plants. It offers a friendly, peaceful space to de-stress and be creative.

Location: Bethnal Green

The Trampery

This office favours product-based startups and is set up a little like a café, with cushy armchairs and sofas.

Locations: Old Street, Bevenden Street, Tower Bridge, Hackney (fashion-focused)

Second Home

This space is combined with a bar and restaurant open to the public. Collaboration is the buzzword with Second Home, with a carefully curated mix of businesses.

Location: Hanbury Street

The Laundry

This is Radiohead’s co-working space for, unsurprisingly, musicians and others within the music industry, as well as fashion and the arts. There is studio space, of both the recording and photography varieties, and access to a performance venue, and a restaurant and bar.

Location: London Fields

Co working spaces in londonInterchange

The co-working space for creatives. Interchange has many membership benefits and the facilities include a gym, showers, restaurant, and games like table tennis for when your fingers itch for something more than typing.

Locations: 3 locations in Camden

The Collective

The Collective features business support from the most basic, such as printing, to mentoring and even investment. They organise events and social activities for members, helping you to better connect with the community around you within The Collective.

Location: Old Oak Lane, Warple Way, Bedford Square

Maple Leaf

Maple Leaf gives you a Mayfair address, which instantly makes your business look better. Depending on the monthly membership you opt for, you will receive a 0203 phone number, the use of 25 Hill Street as your business address, access to kitchen and showers, and much more fanciness.

Location: Mayfair

eOffice

Colourful and design-led, eOffice contains a diverse community of startups and growing companies. As well as comfortable, cozy workspaces, it offers plenty of meeting and conference rooms.

Locations: Soho (and 60 other cities across 40 countries)

Uber OfficeUber office

Trendy and bright, Uber Office is designed to keep you happy and inspired. It contains meeting rooms as well as general working space.

Location: 2 minutes from Victoria Station

Rockstar Hubs

Run by Rockstar Mentoring Group and fully endorsed by the mayor, businesses that work within these co-working spaces are provided with 3 or 6 hours of in-house mentoring per month.

Location: Minster CourtTop london coworking spaces


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Published on: 11th May 2016

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