West London Office Space Guide

Hammersmith | Kensington | Knightsbridge | Notting Hill | Paddington
Affluence, luxury and large corporations are the watchwords for this region of the capital. With the exception of Hammersmith, West London is a predominantly residential area, well known for the affluence of its inhabitants.

Popular with: Hammersmith is popular with large corporations, while Knightsbridge is the home of hedge funds and high-end fashion labels. Small businesses specialising in luxury, design-led goods are typically found in Notting Hill, Kensington and Chelsea.

Property types available: Large, modern headquarters buildings can be found in Hammersmith, while the rest of West London is characterised by traditional architecture, with offices typically based within converted residential properties.

Workstation Price Guide*: £400 - £1600


Available Office Space:

Hammersmith - (£400 - £700)

Offering more affordable rental rates than Central London, the large, modern office buildings and offices in Hammersmith are where you’ll find many of West London’s corporate occupiers. Disney, Microsoft and L’Oreal are among those currently based within the district.

Kensington - (£500 - £1600)

Predominantly residential, although a small selection of very high-end commercial property can be found within the area. This is typically popular with Kensington residents looking for a business base close to home.

Knightsbridge - (£650 - £1200)

An alternative to Mayfair, Knightsbridge is home to renowned department store Harrods and some of the most prestigious and highly sought-after office space in London.

Notting Hill - (£400 - £1000)

Blending affluence with a vibrant, bohemian culture, Notting Hill is popular with smaller fashion, creative and media companies with loads of wonderful serviced offices to let.

Paddington - (£500 - £1200)

A highly sought-after location for serviced offices, Paddington is popular with US-based companies due to the convenience of the Heathrow Express service which operates from the mainline station. Key sectors here include technology and app development.