One of the most refreshing realities enjoyed by Central Working clients is that this is a hot desk provider that began and continues to grow because they understand the need for flexible and ready to work in office spaces.
In summary, Central Working aren’t big on providing novelties and extras but do a superb job of creating professional working spaces equipped with everything you could need to get work done.
Not just an office space, Second Home also operates from it East London premises a bustling restaurant that is open to the public as well as its members.
Having filled up fast though, getting a hot desk in this super trendy space can involve placing your name on a waiting list.
That said, for those shuddering at the thought of being confined to a small desk space in a sterile atmosphere, The Laundry might just provide the perfect alternative – especially for professionals working in music and entertainment or creative industries.
The Laundry offer up their multipurpose office and music rooms to budding and up and coming musicians and those working in related spheres to provide creative types a co-working and creatively conducive and well equipped space, as well as to encourage collaboration between creative professionals working in The Capital.
With a great central location (2 minutes away from Five Ways train station), the Avix Business Centre provides customised, globally recognised business space solutions for all types of businesses. The business centre has fully refurbished serviced offices, flexible hot desks, meeting rooms, conference venues and virtual offices.
They offer benefits including individually air-conditioned offices, wifi and high speed broadband as well as a weekly fresh fruit delivery. Business people love the location and access to eateries and retail district.
So, if it is an energetic and diverse environment in architecturally stunning and inspiring surroundings you are looking to inhabit and draw from in Old Street, Tower Bridge, East India Dock or Hackney Wick, The Trampery is the place to turn.
A company with a strong community feel and members who join Campus in order to network as well as work, Campus London isn’t for everyone but for those new to The Capital or looking to broaden their contacts, this is one hot desking space that might just be for you.
The collaborative culture at 90 Mainyard is so strong members run a weekly bring & share breakfast scheme.
NearDesk make flexible working easy with a card that lets you work at a growing network of independent shared workspaces. They encourage freelancers to get out of the house and allow larger corporations to be able to use the same company for hot desking, no matter where their employees are.
The centre offers “hot-desk” facilities at its offices in Cannon Hill Park, which is the perfect solution for people who work independently and need somewhere flexible to base themselves – whether it’s for a day, a week, or even longer.
MAC provides a number of services for hot-deskers, including full access to its reception service. They offer printing and photocopying facilities at competitive rates. MAC also has a variety of meeting room spaces for between 2 and 80 guests.