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Bespoke space options available
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This Serviced & Managed office based on Lincoln’s Inn Fields offers tailor made office space to suit your exact requirements with very competitive prices on flexible terms, from monthly licence agreements with all-inclusive rates to 5+ year leases. Whether you require large open plan layouts or partitioned smaller suites we can accommodate you. Break-out, meeting and conference rooms are available for larger meetings, presentations, conferences or training sessions. Lincoln’s Inn Fields is a highly prominent corner building arranged over lower ground, ground and five upper floors. The ground to third floors provide grand accommodation with larger floor to ceiling heights, commensurate with the building’s historical use as a headquarters building. The specification varies throughout the building, with a mix of more traditionally finished rooms at lower level including feature plaster ceiling and wood paneled wall finishes. Upper levels are of a more modern finish, comprising suspended ceiling, plaster painted walls and carpet tiles.
Lincoln’s Inn Fields is strategically located in a prominent position in the core of the City of London. The location benefits from excellent transport links, being in close proximity to Chancery Lane, Holborn and Farringdon stations. Together these stations provide access to London Underground (Central, Piccadilly, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines) and Thameslink services. Farringdon will also provide access to Crossrail services once they commence in 2018. Lincoln’s Inn Fields is one of the largest public squares in London and the oldest in Camden. There has been public open space here since at least the 12th century. The square was famously laid out by Inigo Jones in the 17th century and later enclosed in 1735 under an Act of Parliament. It was opened to the public after its acquisition by London Country Council in 1895.
N.B. Please use the information above as a guide only. Availability can change on a daily basis due to the flexible nature of the majority of offices we work with. We recommend calling one of our local area experts to discuss on 020 3031 8563 or alternatively submit a report and we will come back to you with current and upcoming availability.