The offices for rent at Chancery Lane are fully flexible and serviced to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of businesses. The office environment we create is strategically designed to help businesses flourish. Every office is fitted with the latest IT and telecoms solutions to provide unrivalled broadband speeds along with the latest telephony capable of supporting a variety of recording and monitoring software.
Each office is personally configured by our sales and management team providing office space to suit your choices and requirements, creating a hassle-free move. This process is known as our “Perfect Move In” and will be explained to you in detail prior to completion of contracts. All our serviced offices are unbranded but our clients are welcome to brand their own offices in a manner which best reflects their business. Corporate name boards and logos can also be situated in prominent areas. The office space we offer is totally flexible enabling business’ to expand in a matter of days when necessary.
5 Chancery Lane is a historic building with an early 1900s facade. The business centre features a large ground floor reception which is being completely renovated this spring and includes a feature corner window with a view up Chancery Lane. There is a 6 storey glass atrium through the centre of the building lined with decorative plants looking down onto an indoor garden, giving this London office space a fresh, calming environment.
The business centre is located in the heart of the legal quarter and has a blue plaque denoting its heritage with the Sergeants of Law dating back to the 1400s. 5 Chancery Lane offers 360 degree views across London with the London Eye, the Gherkin, and London’s newest landmark: the Shard all clearly visible from the offices. 5 Chancery Lane is a 5 minute walk from Chancery Lane or Temple underground stations servicing central, circle and district lines.
The business centre sits near the junction with Fleet Street at the end of a row of landmark buildings including Kings College and Lincoln’s Inn chapel, with the Royal Courts of Justice round the corner. There are ample buses stopping at the Fleet Street Junction, and a London cycle Hire docking station right outside the entrance.
Chancery Lane runs between Holborn and Fleet Street, and is the heart of London’s legal and financial district. The street is famously home to the Royal Courts of Justice, The Law Society and various schools and colleges for business, law, finance and medicine.