Latest Flex Office Market Insights: UK Flexible Office Space Report - Q3 2023
Rubberdesk has 209 office spaces with a total capacity for 3,697 desks across 59 buildings, all available to rent right now in North London with live prices.
|Median Office Rate Per Person||£350|
|Median Coworking Desk Rate Per Person||£225|
|Flex Floorspace Available (sqm)||232,450|
|Available Desk Capacity||4,649|
|City||1-4 Desks||5-10 Desks||11-15 Desks||16-25 Desks||26-50 Desks||50+ Desks|
Source Rubberdesk. All prices accurate as of September 2023
North London is the northern part of London, stretching from Finsbury and Clerkenwell to the border of Hertfordshire. Some parts of Central London are also parts of North London too. It’s home to numerous historical and cultural landmarks. It’s also one of the most multicultural areas of London.
The very first northern suburb developed during the 12th century. However, growth in North London was slower than in other areas due to marshy ground and less-connected roads. Regents Canal and St. Pancras spurred expansion in the early 19th century, and the development of a railway sped up the urbanization of the area. That trend went on through the 20th century until the establishment of the Metropolitan Green Belt (which kept London from expanding out any farther). The 2011 version of the London Plan altered the original North London sub-region a bit. Currently, the area consists of the following boroughs:
Compared to other areas of London, North London tends to be more relaxed. Even so, it’s diverse and full of life. The sub-region is also known for the North London Derbies, which are English football matches between the Arsenal and Spurs teams. These matches are often called the fiercest derbies in North London, with the ability to drive wedges between families.
There are several landmarks in North London that no one should miss:
Abbey Road - For a long time, Abbey Road was just another thoroughfare. That all changed after the Beetles shot a cover for their album in 1969. Then it became known around the world. People from all over travel to North London to visit the crossing and take photos there.
Hendon - Located in the borough of Barnet, Hendon is an impressive historical area. Excavations uncovered Roman remains dating back to AD 300. It was also home to an ancient manor and parish. The manor belonged to the Westminster Abbey from the 10th to the 16th century.
Tottenham - Tottenham is well-known for being ethnically diverse and multicultural. It’s also home to one of the two North London football teams, the Tottenham Hotspurs. Additional landmarks and places to see worth noting include: - Alexandra Place - Headstone - Highgate Cemetery - Walthamstow Village
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