If you’re searching for a cheap desk to rent in central London this summer, take a trip down to one of the capital’s most expensive postcodes.
Tech entrepreneurs can get set up in Sloane Square for just £95 per month, according to new analysis of the cheapest co-working spaces near stations across London.
West London stops dominate the list, with Gloucester Road and Earl’s Court also offering desks from £95 per month, analysis by flexible office marketplace Hubble reveals.
Meanwhile, the most expensive flexible workspaces are in Knightsbridge, where desks start from £750 per month, Queensway (£675 per month) and Bank (£600 per month).
Hubble CEO, Tushar Agarwal, told New Statesman Tech: “This map shows London’s co-working scene is becoming increasingly affordable and eclectic. When we started Hubble in 2014, everyone wanted to be based near Old Street and prices started to rise fast. Now entrepreneurs and freelancers can choose from landmark venues like Ministry of Sound, luxury clubhouses and even high street shops across London.”
The news comes after it was revealed yesterday that London had retained its title as the tech funding capital of Europe.
A series of mega-deals for Improbable (£388m), Funding Circle (£82m), Zopa (£32m) and Monzo (£22m) helped the city secure a record-breaking £1.1bn in VC-funding made the first half of 2017 the “best” six months of the last decade