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Shaftesbury Avenue is a major street in the heart of the West End in central London, named after Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury. It runs north-easterly from Piccadilly Circus to New Oxford Street, crossing Charing Cross Road at Cambridge Circus. Shaftesbury Avenue was built between 1877 and 1886 to provide a north-south traffic route through the crowded London districts of Soho and St. Giles. Today, it is considered the heart of London’s West End theatre district with Lyric, Apollo, Palace, Queen, and Gielgud theatres all featuring on this iconic road.
Shaftesbury Avenue has become a popular office location due to its central location and accessibility. The area offers great transport links, with Piccadilly Circus Underground station only a two minute walk away. Soho has become one of the most desirable districts in the capital due to its thriving nightlife and array of upscale restaurants. The area boasts some of London’s best bars, and its diverse and colourful drinking spots make it a popular destination for nights out. Check out Cahoots – a popular underground themed bar that will transport you back to the 1940s with their old fashioned escalators, vintage train carriages, and quirky bar offering stunning cocktails served in teacups, hip flasks, and milk bottles. If you’re looking to impress on a work lunch then head to Ugly Duckling. This fun fine-dining spot offers a range of quirky meal options, and is famous for their popular dumpling remixes – from cheeseburger, to salmon and salsa. You should also indulge in one of their desert dumplings – try the popular marshmallow and nutella combo! Adam and Eve is a huge pub near Shaftesbury Avenue which offers the perfect after work hangout with their relaxed atmosphere and cheap drinks. The happy hour deals run most days of the week with beer, ale, and wine for just £3.50 until 8pm.View offices
A great option for those who don’t yet need a work space, or for businesses that don’t require a base. A virtual office will provide a prestigious registered address where mail can be sent and organised, a telephone number and call answering or forwarding services, plus offer business facilities should you need them.
Ideal for sole traders, start-ups and those who just thrive on collaboration; co-working/shared spaces provide you with a hot-desk or designated bank of desks within a building that incorporates other businesses. A straightforward option where you can rock up with a laptop and just get stuff done without the commitment of an entire office.
'The full package’ option with negotiable contract length. A serviced office is your one-stop shop for a dedicated and private office for your company and come with internet and telecoms within the offering. For short or longer term arrangements, serviced offices offer a flexible but professional feel that allows growth and in an ever-changing business climate.
A managed office allows you to have a bespoke fit-out and arrange your own IT and telecoms, but in a fairly flexible manner in relation to contract commitment. One operator will take care of all elements including moving in and out, customisation and making sure the space fits your business needs.
A leased office is the business version of buying a house. Similar to a mortgage, you will have a long term loan on the property (leases are for contract terms of 5 years+) and be solely in charge of what goes on under its roof. A leased option is perfect for established companies who are relatively stable in terms of growth and location.