West London


An area of vibrant culture and diversity – office space in the Western Corridor of London. So, what is the cost of renting an office space in West London?


Location Grade A Grade B
SW3/SW7 – Knightsbridge £70 - £110 £58 - £70
SW7 – Kensington £60 - £100 £40 - £60
W2 – Paddington £55 - £85 £40 - £55
W11 – Notting Hill £40 - £58 £33 - £40
W12 – White City/Shepherd's Bush £46 - £60 £30 - £45
W6 – Hammersmith £45 - £60 £35 - £45
W4 – Chiswick £40 - £53 £33 - £40


The West London office market is made up of key locations including Kensington, Paddington, Hammersmith, Shepherd’s Bush and Notting Hill. The areas are very popular due to their close proximity to Heathrow, whilst also being in easy reach of Central London. West London is rich in culture, with great entertainment and shopping, and is lively whilst still maintaining a sense of community. From the charm of Notting Hill, to the elegance of Kensington and the bustle of Shepherd’s Bush, there is West London office space to suit any business.

Many big corporations like GlaxoSmithKline, Kodak, Sony and Sky all let office space in West London, though smaller businesses and start-ups also thrive within the deep-rooted business community. Surround yourself with like-minded businesses, network with clients and attract new talent with a West London office space of your own.

If you need help finding the perfect West London commercial property, get in touch with our team of expert London office rental agents for more information on property in the area.


West London offers a range of office types, and with close proximity to one of the world’s busiest airports, as well as easy access to Central London and beyond. West London makes a convincing base for any business looking for any size of office space, so if you need help deciding exactly where to set up base, explore the area by borough:

Hammersmith & Fulham | Kensington & Chelsea | Brent | Ealing | Hounslow

If you decide that West London isn’t for you, perhaps take a look at North London office space instead.


Local stations include Hammersmith, Paddington and Notting Hill, served by the Central, Piccadilly, and Hammersmith & City lines. Since opening in 2022, the Elizabeth Line has greatly expanded the reach of the area, connecting as far west as Reading and Heathrow to the east of the city, beyond Stratford to as far as Brentwood. Journey times to Central London have also improved thanks to CrossRail. The area is also well served by local bus routes, as well as an abundance of Santander ‘Boris’ bikes. Journey times by tube:

Piccadilly – 20 minutes
Paddington – 14 minutes
Heathrow – 35 minutes (direct)

Oxford Circus – 8 minutes
Baker Street – 5 minutes
Heathrow – 20 minutes (direct)

Notting Hill:
Bond Street – 7 minutes
Liverpool Street – 20 minutes
Heathrow – 25 minutes (1 change)

Nearest airports:
Heathrow (accessible by Piccadilly Line or Heathrow Express, 140 or 285 local bus)
London City Airport (approx. 15 miles / 1 hr via Underground)

The West London Office Space Community


Office space in West London provides a diverse mix of leisure and retail for those that work there. 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 legendary and longstanding The River Café in Hammersmith for a client lunch overlooking the river – sure to seal any deal. 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 flatbread and milk tea, amazing. For team-building activities, check out Belushi’s in Hammersmith for beer pong and burgers, Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace for roller skating, or ClueGo for an energetic team treasure hunt around the streets of West London.


So, you’ve decided you’d like a West London office space, but where do you go from here? You could trawl through the internet to try and find, secure and move into one yourself or you could save yourself the hassle (and the time) and let us do it for you. With our experience, knowledge and contacts, you can relax knowing that your new office is in safe hands.

Browse our portfolio of West London office spaces and commercial properties or work with us to create a bespoke search. We organise office relocation consultations and commercial property surveys so you can be confident you’re making the right decision, and we even project manage the office fit out on your behalf.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of renting office space in West London?

West London covers a large area from Chiswick in the far West, to Kensington & Chelsea a little closer to the centre of London.
Depending on specific location, prices per sq. ft can vary, with basic barebones offices costing from around £20 per square foot in somewhere like Chiswick (further out of central London), up to £90 in somewhere like a desirable area of Knightsbridge (SW3/SW7). If you’re unsure how far your budget will get you, contact our team of London-based office space specialists today and we can advise on how to get the most for your budget.

What are some of the bigger business sectors in West London?

The West of London is home to several industry sectors which have formed clusters within the area. Finance, media and tech are a few of these which have a significant amount of businesses within the area. Financial businesses including investment firms, banks, and insurers in West London include Royal Bank of Scotland and BlackRock, while media businesses also thrive in the area. If your business operates in one of these sectors, you should have no trouble finding a community of like-minded business owners to discuss the ins and outs of working in West London, as well as make useful connections to help you on your growth journey.

How do I find office space to rent in West London?

West London is a large area of London and as such has a large and diverse range of office spaces available to cater to every budget. Rather than trawling internet listings for hours trying to sort through the thousands of options out there, free up your time and get more from your budget by consulting with a specialist West London commercial property expert who knows the market inside and out and can help your budget go as far as possible Whether you’re looking to relocate your office to West London, or need full proiect management for a new office fit-out of any scale, Making Moves can help.
Our team has specialist knowledge of the most cost effective areas of West London from Knightsbridge to Chiswick, and can help you source the perfect office space, whatever your budget and bespoke requirements may be.

What size office spaces are common in West London?

Covering such a large area of London means that there are a huge range of specifications of offices available in West London. From bare-bones fit outs in postcodes like Shepherd’s Bush (W12), suitable for SMEs, small teams and sole traders needing a place to set up a business, to multi-floor office spaces in somewhere like Paddington (W2), there are office spaces suitable for your business needs, whatever they may be.
The area boasts several large scale developments, as well as a multitude of smaller floor plans for those growing a business or scaling up. If you’re unsure about how to find the best office space for you budget, get in touch with our relocation consultants to discuss how to make your budget stretch the furthest, wherever you choose to make you office move.

Which areas of West London are best for commuting?

While areas such as Ealing and Chiswick are ten miles outside of central London, great transport options make them a popular choice for commuting due to lower costs compared to some areas closer to the centre of the city. The opening of the Elizabeth Line in 2022 has made commuting from west London a popular area given enhanced public transport opportunities, meaning the centre of the city is only around 30 minutes away, with trains famously running every five minutes between 0630 and 2300.
Areas closer to the centre of London such as Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush remain popular areas for commuters due to relatively lower property prices. Outside of east and south London, Paddington is one of the most popular commuter zones with access to the city centre via the Bakerloo, Circle, District, and Hammersmith & City Lines, as well as National Rail services and the Heathrow Express. Wherever you decide to base a business in West London, it should be easy for commuters to get to.