An area of vibrant culture and diversity – Office space in the Western Corridor of London.
|Location||Good Runner||Per Executive Saloon||Supercar|
|SW3/SW7 – Knightsbridge||£40 - £45||£45 - £70||£70 - £95|
|SW7 – Kensington||£30 - £45||£45 - £55||£55 - £75|
|W2 – Paddington||£35 - £40||£40 - £55||£55 - £70|
|W11 – Notting Hill||£31.50 - £40||£40 - £50||£50 - £62.50|
|W12 – Shepherds Bush||£27.50 - £35||£35 - £42.50||£42.50 - £52.50|
|W6 – Hammersmith||£25 - £40||£40 - £45||£45 - £55|
|W4 – Chiswick||£25 - £30||£30 - £40||£40 - £47.50|
The West London office market is made up of key locations including Kensington, Paddington, Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush and Notting Hill. The areas are very popular due to their accessibility to Heathrow, whilst also being very close to Central London.
Local stations include Hammersmith, Paddington and Notting Hill. The area is also due to benefit significantly from the London Crossrail launch in 2023. Which will improve journey times to the East of the City and to more Western locations such as Heathrow.
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The area of West London provides a diverse mix of leisure and retail for employees. From concerts at Hammersmith Apollo to some of UK’s best Middle Eastern food in Kensington there are plenty of options to choose from.
Some of our highlights include The River Café in Hammersmith for a client lunch overlooking the river. If a team lunch is on the cards, then why not try a spiced-up lunch at Cottons in Notting Hill.
Our hidden secret… Chapati & Karak in Knightsbridge for some flat bread and milk tea. Amazing.