Liverpool Street: Serviced Offices And Office Space For Rent
Liverpool Street, often referred to as the City, is indeed in the City of London and considered as one of the most important and influential financial hubs of London, EU and in the world, home to lots of insurers and bankers, where money doesn’t talk but shouts. Close to Liverpool street, there are other locations that are heart and soul to the City of London and that are famous to attract companies and businesses not only in finance but also in various other industries. The other neighbouring towns that offer office space in the city are Moorgate and Aldgate. These towns are also nested in the Square Mile and as such have some of the best cafes, pubs, restaurants and infrastructures in the City of London. Even though the Square Mile extends to other towns, Liverpool Street can be deemed as one of the most reputable locations in that area. Other neighbouring areas include Spitalfields, Old Street, Bank, Monument, Fenchurch Street and Shoreditch.
Many people who work in Liverpool Street tend to enjoy the plethora of transport links and the awesome infrastructure that the City has to offer. The Liverpool Street station has amazing transport links to all other areas of inner London and also lots of commuters tend to use the overground and rail links to reach London, specifically those who live nearer to the edge of London, the zones 4,5 and 6 and also those who actually live outside London and commute to the city, such as Cambridge, Hertfordshire, Brighton, etc. We can say that it is the finance and trade capital of the UK and as such the play hard and work hard attitude is in full swing; the bars and pubs are really designed to impress and you might not find it odd to be having a drink with work pals or even networking with others at lunch time, as they tend to do happy hour. In terms of entertaining clients or even meeting clients, Liverpool Street has a strong reputation for that, in that sense, in terms of staying there off office hours, there are lots of serviced apartments that are high profile to allow one to make the most of the City for a quick business break.
According to the Construction news, there will be the majority of developments which will be built in the Square Mile’s “Eastern Cluster” which is expected to account for 60 per cent of the City’s growth in the next ten years. Cite this article (https://www.constructionnews.co.uk/10026611.article)
The City of London’s occupier base is increasingly more dynamic, media companies and SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) making a clear choice of establishing the Square mile as their home. As such Liverpool Street will have economically inclusive spaces that also take into account the flexible office space demand from companies that are cultivating a different and modern type of culture to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of their workforce.
Popular buildings for office space include The Gherkin, also known as 30 St. Mary’s Axe, a building that is easily spotted from miles away and really stands out. On Bishopsgate, one might also find these buildings to be hotspots such as Heron Tower, the Stock Exchange, 99 Bishopsgate Tower, Tower 42 and Broadgate Tower. Another popular location is The Minories; this road connects Aldgate to Tower Hill and has some amazing office spaces. Whilst trying to find your office space in London, central London or just Liverpool Street, one might come across the following postcodes that are known to be unique to Liverpool street: EC2M, EC2N, EC2A, some subsections of E1 and specially EC3A.