Serviced Office Space in Richmond

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames > Richmond

Also in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames: Mortlake | Twickenham | Teddington



The beautiful town of Richmond is the biggest town in the borough of Richmond upon Thames. It's a bustling, attractive place to work and visit with a stunning riverside setting, a great retail mix as well as plenty of bars and restaurants. There are some very good serviced options in the town, which benefits from good rail connectivity and is also conveniently close to Heathrow as well as the M3.



Richmond Council also provides its own co-working space at Richmond Library which is ideal for entrepreneurs or startups. Click here for more information.

Serviced Offices Richmond

Serviced offices: Diamond House 179 181 Lower Richmond Road

• From £130 per month • Offices for 2 to 100 people

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0.4 miles from North Sheen station · 1 mile from Richmond Underground Station · 1 mile from Richmond station · 1.1 miles from NCP Car Park London Richmond Station
Serviced offices: Parkshot House 5 Kew Road

• From £270 per month • Offices for 1 to 26 people

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176 yards from NCP Car Park London Richmond Station · 176 yards from Richmond Underground Station · 176 yards from Richmond station · 0.7 miles from North Sheen station
Serviced offices: Oriel House 26 The Quadrant

• From £295 per month 

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Just steps from NCP Car Park London Richmond Station · 176 yards from Richmond Underground Station · 176 yards from Richmond station · 0.7 miles from North Sheen station

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