Latest Flex Office Market Insights: London Flexible Office Space Report - January 2024

Up to 16 people
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92 Albert Embankment London, SE1

Up to 12 people
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100 Borough High Street London, SE1

Up to 27 people
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1 Long Lane London, SE1

Up to 7 people
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117 Waterloo Road Mercury House London, SE1

Up to 32 people
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Up to 7 people
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Up to 40 people
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50 Westminster Bridge Rd. The Chandlery, Lambeth & Waterloo London, SE1

Up to 4 people
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The Foundry, 156 Blackfriars Road London, SE1

Up to 10 people
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Up to 36 people
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2-6 Boundary Row Waterloo London, SE1

Up to 20 people
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117 Waterloo Road Mercury House London, SE1

Up to 4 people
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1 Long Lane London, SE1

Up to 56 people
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20 Queen Elizabeth Street, Goat Yard Southbank London, SE1

Up to 76 people
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100 Borough High Street London, SE1

Up to 17 people
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10 York Road London, SE1

Up to 11 people
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LG-1, 301-303 Borough High Street London, SE1

Up to 30 people
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Embassy Tea House, 195-205 Union Street, Southwark London, SE1

Up to 66 people
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The Foundry, 156 Blackfriars Road London, SE1

Up to 7 people
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Looking for office space in South London?

Rubberdesk has 251 office spaces with a total capacity for 6,385 desks across 1 buildings, all available to rent right now in South London with live prices.

With 38 operators to choose from including Lenta Space, The Office Group, Wework, Local London and Fora Space there are options for every style and budget.

South London Office Space Cost Summary

Median Office Rate Per Person £300
Median Coworking Desk Rate Per Person £250
Flex Floorspace Available (sqm) 84,750
Available Desk Capacity 1,695

London Office Space Price by Region

City 1-4 Desks 5-10 Desks 11-15 Desks 16-25 Desks 26-50 Desks 50+ Desks
Central London £675 £667 £650 £655 £716 £759
West London £385 £400 £429 £485 £563 £488
East London £350 £350 £410 £495 £522 £520
North London £325 £350 £351 £330 £429 £550
South London £257 £240 £229 £400 £225

Source Rubberdesk. All prices accurate as of September 2023

About South London

South London is the part of London that’s south of the River Thames. It’s diverse, and each area has its own unique character and experiences to offer.

London Bridge was the only bridge until the mid-18th century, so development was slow in the south. The building of the Westminster Bridge (along with a few others) allowed for greater growth, but only in the southwestern part of South London. The rest of the region began blossoming after the development of the Surrey Commercial Docks. Then the development of railways allowed for even faster growth.

South London consists of several village-like areas, each with its own unique character. These areas also combine the best of the rural and urban worlds. The southern part of London is well-known for Wimbledon, the art scene of Peckham, and the delicious restaurants in Tooting.

South London Boroughs

You'll find the following boroughs in South London:

Transport

South London is mainly served by over-ground trains, but there are some Tube stations in South London along the Northern Line and Victoria Line. Elsewhere the London Trams connect Beckenham and New Addington to Wimbledon. Over ground trains connect much of the rest of South London through commuter hubs such as Morden, Croydon and Clapham Junction.

South London Landmarks

Some South London landmarks worth noting include:

Wimbledon - Wimbledon is best known for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, but the district is also home to the New Wimbledon Theatre, Wimbledon Village (filled with indie boutiques and posh cafes), and Wimbledon Park.

Peckham - Peckham offers one of the richest art scenes in all of London. It houses many galleries and creative spaces such as the Museum of Contemporary Art and the South London Gallery. There’s also a variety of restaurants and rooftop bars, which workers can enjoy at the end of a long day.

London Eye - The London Eye is easily one of the most recognizable landmarks in South London. Also known as the Millenium Wheel, it’s Europe’s tallest observation wheel, and one of the most popular attractions in the UK.

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