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Serviced Office Space to Rent in Woking

Premium Office

66 York Road, KT13


| Ref 14329 We are please to be able to offer two prime business centre's in the Weybridge area. Both buildings enjoy fantastic locations in an area which has experienced high economic growth in the late nineties...

Weybridge Station (12 mins)
Walton-on-Thames (21 mins)

From £65 pp/pm

Premium Office

28 Queens Road, KT13


| Ref 14336 These offices have the best location on the corner of Queens Road. Situated on a very busy prestigious High Street surrounded by boutiques, restaurants, local post office and shops. It has its own on ...

Weybridge Station (10 mins)
Walton-on-Thames (22 mins)

From £95 pp/pm

Steward House, 14 Commercial Way, GU21 - Surrey

GU21 6ET | Woking | Woking

| Ref 51130 We are a friendly, independent and flexible serviced-office space in central Woking.Situated conveniently on Commercial Way, our business centre is a hub for SME businesses, freelancers and start-ups,...

Woking Station (1 mins)
Woking (1 mins)

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High Street, Herald Square, GU21

Woking | Spaces

| Ref 26811 You can stop looking, because you’ve found the one. Set in the buzzing heart of Surrey town, across the street from Woking Station, this new coworking hotspot is located just 25 minutes away from down...

Woking Station (0 mins)
Worplesdon (38 mins)

From £195 pp/pm

Tannery Lane, GU23


| Ref 2229 The business centre is located 5 minutes from the A3 and 10 minutes from the M25 between Woking and Guildford with quick access to London (25 mins by train) and Heathrow (35 mins). The serviced office...

Woking Station (32 mins)
Clandon (39 mins)

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Cobbett Park, GU1

Guildford | Big Yellow

| Ref 13845 If you’re looking for an office in Guildford take advantage of our flexible, competitively priced office space from 125 sq ft to 250 sq ft. You can hire for as little as 4 weeks or as long as you want...

London Road (Guildford) (21 mins)
Guildford (27 mins)

From £350 pp/pm

19 Moorfield Road, GU1

Guildford | Access Offices

| Ref 23789 Affordable, commercial property from 75sqft (7 sqm) to 335sqft (31 sqm). Short, flexible leases offer customers the opportunity to expand or contract as their requirements demand. Lease terms are full...

London Road (Guildford) (23 mins)
Guildford (29 mins)

From £187 pp/pm

Moorfield Road, GU1

Guildford | Safestore

| Ref 20701 Our Guildford location is based in the Slyfield Business Park, just off Woking Road (A320) and next to the Lexus showroom, so we are really easy to find.We offer various office sizes with bespoke feat...

London Road (Guildford) (22 mins)
Guildford (27 mins)

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3000 Hillswood Drive, KT16

Chertsey | Regus

| Ref 821 This business centre is located on one of Surrey's premier business parks, in an area popular with leading IT companies. The building itself features a full height glazed atrium and enjoys a woodland ...

Chertsey (24 mins)
Addlestone (36 mins)

From £300 pp/pm

11 De Havilland Drive, KT13


| Ref 28971 Welcome to a new way of working. Benefiting from a multi-million pound retrofit, our Grade A building is designed for productivity, creativity and sustainability. With modern design and top end facili...

Byfleet & New Haw (6 mins)
Weybridge Station (19 mins)

From £450 pp/pm

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Woking is a large town in the county of Surrey and southern England, not far outside south-west London. The town as an urban location is comprised of numerous small villages and suburbs, many of which are inhabited by business men and women who commute daily to various parts of central London. Woking has existed since at least 1086 when its presence in west Surrey was recorded in the Doomsday Book. The population of the town grew dramatically in the years after railway links between Woking and London were established in the mid-1800s. Woking now supports dozens of small businesses, as well as a number of large organisations and companies. The town is also the setting used by HG Wells in his classic science fiction novel The War of the Worlds.

Setting up your business here

Woking boasts a good supply of quality modern office space, particularly in central parts of the town and close to its main station. One of the more prominent office developments in the town is Export House, commonly known as the BAT Building, in reference to its initial tenant British American Tobacco. Significant local employers in Woking today include the Mouchel Group, a provider of various infrastructure and business services now headquartered in the town and at Export House. Woking is also home to the McLaren Group, which is the main operator behind the McLaren Mercedes Formula One racing team, and McLaren Automotive, which manufactures a variety of high-performance vehicles and technologies. Other businesses with offices in Woking include financial and business service companies Cap Gemini and Fidessa, and energy sector companies such as Kuwait Petroleum and Mustang.

A typical office in Woking

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Things to do in Woking

Woking is a relaxed and attractive place to spend time and it benefits enormously from being only 25 minutes by train from central London. There are a number of modern and well-kept public realms in the town, as well as purpose-built retail and entertainment destinations. Visitor attractions in Woking include the Lightbox Art and Heritage Centre, which was designed by the architects behind the London Eye and exhibits a very interesting variety of modern and thought-provoking art throughout the year. One particular work of art well worth a look in Woking is the Martian Tripod, a sculpture and public art piece paying homage to The World of the Worlds and its author, former Woking resident, HG Wells. There are dozens of great places to eat out in Woking, with L’Aroma Ristorante, London House and the Anchor among the best. The town is also well catered in terms of excellent pubs and places to grab a drink, with the best in that regard including the Cricketers, on Horsell Birch, and the Sovereigns, on Guildford Road.

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