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Area Guide Central London

Central London is the capital city’s financial, commercial and cultural nucleus: it is one of the world’s largest metropolitan economies and it’s cultural capital is equally as impressive. The leading business districts that constitute Central London are all conveniently situated within the vicinity of Transport for London’s fare zone 1: Soho, Westminster, King’s Cross, Lambeth, Pimlico, Clerkenwell, City of London, and of course the most expensive square on the monopoly board (and Office Freedom’s home): Mayfair.

You’re never at a loss for something to do in Central London- the area claims the majority of London’s iconic tourist attractions such as Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery, the Southbank and Leicester Square. Central London is a resilient place and its GDP continues to grow year on year; even in the face of the recession London remained comparatively unscathed.


Setting up your business here

Central London is it is a prestigious global location with an international outlook. Many corporate giants have headquarters in Central London including the likes of Unilever, AstraZeneca and HSBC. Central London is also home to an ever-growing number of exciting start-up enterprises. Its exceptional market reach and culture of innovation makes it one of the most diversified start-up ecosystems in the world.

Businesses both small and large choose Central London as a base because office leases are plentiful and flexible. More people are opting for serviced office leases because they are convenient and the most cost-effect option. Central London is also hugely popular with co-workers; there are currently over 150 coworking spaces in the capital and this is set to rise. These spaces host networking events and provide occupiers with the opportunity to collaborate creatively with others.

Excellent transport links including the London Underground, Overground and bus services make commuting to and within the city quick and easy, although in rush hour it can get a tad chaotic. London is well connected to national rail services and is served by four airports including Heathrow, making it an important gateway for international business.


Things to do in Central London

There is so much to see and do in Central London that it can be quite overwhelming at times- The British Museum alone contains 8 million objects, not to mention the 55 million animals in the Natural History Museum! From the bustling markets and busy shopping centres to the famous galleries and theatre venues, this cosmopolitan place never ceases to amaze those who visit and reside in it. What’s more, entry to almost all of Central London’s major public galleries and museums have been free of charge for over 10 years now.


Cultural highlights

For the an infinite insight into London’s complex history, head to the aptly named Museum of London, located on London Wall next to the Barbican Centre (itself a popular centre for the arts and an example of Brutalist architecture). It’s chronological galleries trace London’s past from the prehistoric times through to the present day.

The recently renovated Imperial War Museum is also worth a visit, sharing stories of WW1 to modern conflicts. The Tate Modern on the Southbank houses permanent collections of modern art and temporary ones, and its new 10 story wing offers amazing views of the city.

You can also indulge in some culture after hours at one of Central London’s museum lates, taking place at The Natural History Museum, V&A, Science Museum and more.


Entertainment

24/7 Central London caters for tourists, so there's always something to of an evening. Theatres in the West End such as The Savoy and The Lyric play host to long-running hit shows and musicals every night. You can also visit the oldest playhouse in London, Shakespeare’s Globe- tickets in the yard will only set you back a fiver as long as you’re able to stand for the duration of the play.

Fancy a laugh? Open mic nights are widespread in the capital and are usually pretty cheap: the Lion’s Den Comedy Club, Hackney Empire and Cavendish Arms are among the most popular in London. You can see well-known comedians at the Leicester Square Theatre.

There are a huge range of cinemas to choose from in London too. Head to Leicester Square’s Odeon or Vue to see the latest blockbuster movies. For those who prefer the avant-garde, the Curzon and Prince Charles cinemas specialise in arthouse and cult classic curation. The ICA at St. James’s Park shows critically acclaimed films and exhibitions.


Shopping

London’s Oxford Circus is home to flagship stores of many big British and international labels. You can also find a range of high street and designer brands a little further afield at Westfield shopping centres, situated in Shepherd’s Bush and Stratford.

In the City, you can find many high street and designer shops at One New Change; Madison's Restaurant and Bar on the popular roof terrace serves food, drinks and a prime view of St Paul’s Cathedral


Eating out

Places for lunch - Princi in Mayfair is perfect for authentic pizza and the Riverside Terrace Cafe in South London offers stunning views of the London skyline. Vapiano on Great Portland Street is ideal for larger client lunches. There are plenty of cheaper options available too- Taylor St Baristas and Everbean in near Oxford Circus offer a range of takeaway snacks.

Wining and dining - Enjoy British cuisine ‘with a twist’ at the impressive Duck and Waffle, situated on the 40th floor of the Gherkin, or enjoy a good old fish and chips dinner at Poppies in Spitalfields Market. London is also home to some of the UK’s best traditional pubs: try the Cheshire Cheese or the Ape and Bird for good pub grub. For the best choice of Chinese restaurants in Central London head to historical Chinatown in Soho.

Bars & nightlife - Central London is teeming with bars and venues. For post-work drinks, head to Covent Garden for a cocktail in The Covent Garden Cocktail Club, followed by a dance at Roadhouse. Central London’s live music venues have become something of an endangered species recently, however you can still catch a gig at the legendary 100 club, Bloomsbury Ballroom and The Horseshoe.


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Transport links

  • Tube lines: Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Waterloo & City, DLR and London Overground
  • Mainline stations: Waterloo, Paddington, King’s Cross St Pancras, Euston, Charing Cross, Victoria, London Bridge, Fenchurch Street, and Liverpool Street
  • Nearest airports: Heathrow, City, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton
  • Nearest motorways: M11, M1, M40, A40 (M), M4, M3, M23, A102 (M)

There are more than 700 bus routes in London. Eurostar operates from St. Pancras International directly into Brussels, Lille, Paris, Lyon and Marseilles. Several companies operate buses from Central London locations directly to airports.

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