Working in Borough

A cornucopia of networking opportunities

If you’re someone who likes to be at the heart of things, you’ll love working in Borough. Everything you could possibly need is within arms reach, from boutique bars and traditional boozers to gourmet restaurants to wholesome market fare. It’s home to a number of famous London business landmarks as well as some hidden backstreet haunts. 



There are ten agile workspace solutions to choose from in Borough, including options for large and small businesses and budgets (Alpha House, for instance, offers hotdesk memberships for just £156). You can even rent a workspace in prestigious properties like The Shard, where private offices start from around £950 per month.


  • 10 workspaces to choose from 
  • Desks start from ~£225 per month
  • Underground, bus, National Rail and River Bus services 


Browse Offices in Borough


HQs in Borough


With The Shard and The News Building just ten minutes from Borough Station, businesses based here have the opportunity to rub shoulders with some big businesses, including media giants such as The Times and Wall Street Journal to iconic brands like The Kraft Heinz company. The abundance of networking opportunities makes it a great spot for startups.


Local Transport Links


Located in zone 1, there’s no shortage of transport options. Borough Station provides access to the Northern Line, while nearby London Bridge Station links the area to the Northern and Jubilee Lines as well as various National Rail routes.


A number of bus routes also travel through Borough. If you fancy taking an alternative mode of transport, you can always hop on the Thames Clipper from London Bridge City Pier! 


What to See, Do & Eat


Aside from the iconic London skyline, there’s plenty to see and do outside of work hours. Treat yourself. your clients or coworkers with a drink (and incredible views) in one of The Shard’s bars. GŎNG Bar is located on the 52nd floor, making it Western Europe's highest hotel bar.


Borough Market, formerly known as “London’s Larder”, covers 4.5 acres and is one of London’s oldest fruit and vegetable markets. Nowadays it’s a foodie haven and a favourite hangout location for tourists and locals alike. There are plenty of nearby restaurants to choose from too – head to Pedella for pasta and Story Restaurant for small artistic dishes.


Did you know…


  • Borough Market has been feeding its visitors for over a thousand years.
  • It opens at 2 am on weekdays for wholesale trade only.
  • The Market Porter pub opens at 6 am to cater to the market’s night workers.


Explore other popular office locations in London:


Canary Wharf, Camden Town, Clerkenwell, Fitzrovia, Hammersmith, Mayfair, Shoreditch, Soho