Serviced Office Space to Rent in Willesden
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Willesden is a diverse area in the north west of London which forms part of the London Borough of Brent. The area is neighboured by Dollis Hill to the north, Kensal Rise to the west and Cricklewood to the east. Willesden High Road runs through the centre of town and boasts a number of local shops and amenities beneficial to workers and visitors alike. The area has been featured in a number of TV shows including Jonathan Creek and Lead Balloon which have brought the area fame. It is also known for being the home of London’s largest cycling club, Willesden Cycling Club, which provides professional coaching as well as frequent social rides.
Setting up your business here
Businesses in Willesden benefit from excellent transport links, as well as access to a variety of leisure activities including restaurants, shops and fitness studios. Start-up businesses are able to take advantage of the lower prices, compared to those in the inner-city, and the networking opportunities make this area popular with many companies. Willesden is well connected via rail, bus and road, allowing for easy commuting. The transport links - including an underground station and nine bus routes - have transformed the area into a bustling town which is popular with both workers and businesses. Willesden is home to a number of companies, from management consultants such as ABi Associated LTD to tax advisors including Neil O’Sullivan & Associates.
Things to do in Willesden
Willesden is an excellent location, whether you are looking for somewhere to eat, drink or be entertained. There are a number of great restaurants in the area for entertaining clients. Sushi-Say on Walm Lane offers a variety of Japanese dishes, or if you want to enjoy some seasonal British cuisine, The Queensbury is definitely worth a visit. If you’re heading out for the evening then McGowans Irish pub on Neasden Lane has a great range of beers and No 8 offers an extensive cocktail menu. One of the attractions located in Willesden is Abbey Road Studios - one of the most renowned locations in British music history. Close by is The Brent Museum, filled with hundreds of items from throughout history, including the Olympic torch from the 1948 Games and a signed football from the 1966 World Cup Finals.