What adds value to an office space

We have said time and time again that when searching for a property location is everything. In a previous post we explained how the proximity to a good school can add great value to a residential property. Today we’ll discuss what adds value to an commercial one.

When looking to rent a space for your company, whatever sector your business deals in, it’s important to set up an office in an area that can be easily accessible not only to your clients but also to your staff.

Will your customers find it easily? Will your team members be able to commute?

Another factor when renting an office space that could impact your location decision is the nearby amenities.

Are there certain places you will need to visit regularly for business purposes? Are there restaurants and places your staff can go to on their lunch break without the risk of them running late once it’s time to get back to work?

The solution to answering all these questions is to research the area you are planning to set up your office in, by keeping in mind the public transportation network.

Finding an office close to freeways, the tube or railway stations will make sure your business is easy for everyone to reach, and is surrounded by all the amenities you need.

As a property portal it made perfect sense for Commercial People UK to have a search functionality that allows users to do just that, using the London tube map system. With 270 stations and 11 lines stretching deep into the Capital’s suburbs and beyond, finding an office space near the underground or rail stations will no doubt greatly benefit your business.

To start using tube-map please click on the link.

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