Paddington Basin to serve as junction for office users

Travel between London offices and Heathrow airport is to be made much easier with a new serviced office and meeting venue that is located at Paddington Basin.

The site is intended to be used as a meeting location for office users before travelling by plane or as a site to liaise with clients travelling into the city.

The site is so ideal as it only a five minutes’ walk to the Heathrow Express platforms at Paddington.

John Spencer, MWB Business Exchange CEO, said, “Paddington Basin is an increasingly important area for businesses and is ideal for people looking for good transport links with the West as well as the rest of the world via Heathrow.

The location was first used as a networking hub in 1801 because of its linking canal network and road system and even today it is still an ideal location for the venue for the same reason.

As a result it is thought to be ideal for those taking up offices in the city that may need to network with potential clients.

The site is located on the fourth floor of the new One Kingdom Street building and overlooks Brunel’s historic train station and the Great Western mainline. Its layout consists of stunning floor to ceiling glass and a contemporary design style.

Mr Spencer added, “The venue space is a great place to hold a meeting, conference or workshop as attendees can arrive and leave directly at Paddington station without the need to take onward journeys on the Tube, busses or expensive taxis.

It is therefore a great location for new companies that are relocating to the area.

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