London Business Map
Looking to relocate offices? Or perhaps you've decided it's time to move your business out of the spare room and give yourself a more professional base? To help you choose the perfect home for your business, whether a startup or an established firm, we've created an interactive London map so you can select the very best area for your business.
Simply click over each shaded area to find more information on the neighbourhood, surrounding businesses and nearby landmarks.
Creatives: Luckily, London is rife with creative communities and the scene is spreading to other parts of the city at a rapid rate. Shoreditch, King's Cross, Camden and Kentish Town are all sought-after creative office locations. These areas are a firm favourite with tech startups, fashionistas and media companies looking to establish themselves. Here you'll find the likes of ASOS, Just Eat, Shazam and Transferwise.
Legal: The east end of the Strand and the west end of Fleet Street have been focal points for lawyers since the Middle Ages. In this area you'll find the Royal Courts of Justice, the Central Criminal Court, the Tower of London and the Old Bailey. Neighbouring organisations include Slater and Gordon, Taylor Hampton Solicitors, Covington & Burling and The Law Society's headquarters.
'Silicon roundabout' - (Tech City): Otherwise referred to as Silicon Roundabout, TechCity is a technology district situated in East London. It broadly occupies the area between Old Street and Shoreditch. Cisco, Facebook, Google, Intel and Microsoft are said to have invested millions in this cluster of tech firms at the Silicon Roundabout. Companies located in the area include TweetDeck, Last.fm, Dopplr and MOO.
Web-based design, media & film agencies: Westminster and Marylebone are popular places for media organisations and the film business. In Marylebone you'll find the BBC's headquarters, while in Westminster you'll find Channel 4's head office. Other networks headquartered in London include ITV, Five, CNN International and BSkyB. There are also an array of radio stations in the nearby areas of Soho and Covent Garden, such as BBC London, Absolute Radio and Radio X.
Finance & Banking: Much of London's finance industry is located in the Square Mile or the City of London; the other major financial district is the Canary Wharf area. Some of the biggest financial organisations with their headquarters in London are the Bank of England, London Stock Exchange, London Bullion Market, Lloyds, HSBC and Barclays.