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Find the best coworking space in London and Surrey

Find the best coworking space in London and Surrey

As more and more companies embrace hybrid working, we’re on the lookout for the coolest coworking spaces in SW London and Surrey (and beyond!)


Common Ground

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Stylish and spacious, Common Ground is a boutique coworking space in the heart of Wimbledon Village. There are amenities galore, including kitchen, breakout space and meeting rooms, as well as bike storage and free tea and coffee (essential, I’m sure we can all agree). Plus, if your WFH changes into a business venture, you can also hire an entire private office just for your team.  

Prices start from £89/MO + VAT. 

Hill Place House, 55a High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5BA

Common Ground.


HomeWork Putney

A stone’s throw from Putney train and East Putney underground stations lies the lovely and uber-friendly HomeWork (they have two other locations, in Fulham and Southfields). There are fixed and flexible desks, very fast Wi-Fi and a spacious meeting room, and if you need to make a private call, they can lock you in a secure phone booth. As a local I can also guarantee that they are a strong contender for The Best Coffee in Putney.

Prices start from £81.50/MO + VAT (or just £4/HR for your ad hoc needs).

192 Upper Richmond Rd, London SW15 2SH

HomeWork Putney


Thomas House

With its almost central location (merely a short walk from Victoria Station) and distinctive design, Thomas House is a truly luxurious coworking space. They offer much more than just a desk and a hot drink – expect modular seating, a gym fully equipped with weights and cardio and resistance equipment, rooftop yoga classes, personal trainer sessions and OPO-guided meditation during your breaks. Plus a bar for post-work drinks and a library when you really need to focus.

Prices start from £425/MO.

84 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PX

Thomas House.



AndCo has a unique philosophy – for as little as £20 per month, it offers you access to its 400 locations across London. Simply choose a desk, book it via a dedicated app and that’s it – you’re good to go and crack on with your job at The Althorp on Wandsworth Common, The Belle Vue in Clapham, The Lighthouse in Battersea or 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel in South Kensington.

Prices start from just £20/MO.

Various locations



Cuckooz Nest  

Located in central London, Cuckooz Nest has one big advantage other workspaces do not – a nursery. Yes, they provide a fully-equipped, professional nursery for your little ones so you don’t have to worry about their safety whilst you work. A sun-filled space, fast Wi-Fi, curated events calendar from workshops to legal seminars and a kitchen fully-stocked with herbal teas, artisan roasted coffee and fresh fruit. Working mums, this one is for you.

Prices start from £220/MO + VAT for hot-desks + £99/MO + VAT for nursery

24 Ray Street, London, EC1R 3DJ

Cuckooz Nest  


Uncommon Fulham

A short walk from the Putney Bridge tube station, Uncommon Fulham has everything you can possibly desire for a fulfilling WFH experience. That includes a fancy on-site café to fuel you up with healthy snacks and organic juices, Zen Garden for a leisurely stroll, complimentary fitness classes from yoga to kickboxing and space for your four-legged furry friends.

Prices start from £249/MO + VAT

126 New King’s Road, London, SW6 4LZ

Uncommon Fulham



Admittedly, Wimbletech is not the most refined working space out there but it has an undisputed advantage of beings extra affordable, especially given its premiere location just a stone’s throw from the Wimbledon station. You can choose between flexi and fixed desks or opt for your own private room and they feed you unlimited tea, coffee and biscuits. There are also lots of incentives for voluntary sector organisations and free community events so do check them out if you want to get rooted in the local business community.

Prices start from £75/MO + VAT

Wimbletech, Wimbledon Hill Road, London SW19 7NB, UK



The Smith

Starting at just £70 per month, The Smith boasts some 17,500 sqft of coworking space and serviced offices. They’re a full package, with lovely outdoor areas, private phone booths, bike storage and on-demand meeting rooms, plus event spaces for hire. It is easy to reach via public transport, and has an onsite car park for the drivers.

Prices start from £70/MO + VAT

145 London Road, Kingston, KT2 6SR

The Smith


Kingston CoWork

Set up by a team of creative freelancers frustrated with dull offices, terrible coffee and a commitment required to hire a desk elsewhere (as they claim), Kingston CoWork is in close proximity to the train station and provides everything to get you through the full day of work. With cosy interior design, not terrible coffee and month-to-month easily cancellable memberships, it helps you be more productive and strike up new contacts.

Prices start from £290/MO + VAT

43 Old London Road, Kingston, KT2 6ND

Kingston CoWork


The Bridge Workspace

The Bridge – part of Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College – provides local freelancers, entrepreneurs and other working folks with 24/7 access to facilities, “superfast” Wi-Fi, bike racks, meeting rooms available to book and free refreshments. Fixed desks with privacy screens are also on offer if you dislike carrying your hardware around.

Prices start from £145/MO + VAT

7B Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RD

The Bridge Workspace.


20 Mortlake

Founded to help the start-ups out, 20 Mortlake has options for small business-owners, sole traders, self-starters and creative entrepreneurs alike, providing them with stylish spaces, fast Wi-Fi, on-site gym and networking opportunities, all within an easy reach from both London and M25.

Prices start from £300/MO + VAT for co-working access

20 Mortlake High Street, London, SW14 8JN

20 Mortlake.


Richmond Library Annexe

Light, spacious and airy, easily reachable from train and bus stations with free coffee and nice break-out spaces Richmond Library Annexe is perfect if you want to work in peace and quiet on your business projects.  

Prices start from £130/MO + VAT for Richmond residents 

Quadrant Road, TW9 1DH 

Richmond Library Annexe.


Scratch Hub

Imagine working in one of the world’s leading arts hubs that’s also amazingly stylish. That’s Battersea Arts Centre. And you can actually work from there – and more precisely, from the Scratch Hub, a unique space offering creatives a range of options from PAYG hot-desking to dedicated team membership. And you even get priority booking for their shows (in addition to free coffee and Wi-Fi).  

Please inquire for the price – free trials available.  

Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, London SW11 5TN 

Scratch Hub.


Idea Space

Sunny, airy and conveniently located between Clapham and Battersea, Idea Space offers a great selection of brekout spaces, tea and artisan coffee on tap, private phone booths and speedy Wi-Fi. Plus, it’s ultra colourful and very homely! 

Prices start from £180/MO  

83 Lavender Hill, London SW11 5QL 

Idea Space.


Canbury Works  

WFH Kingstonians can choose between hot and permanent desks, and even hire a private office. Conveniently located just a 3-minutes walk from Kingston Station, it’s also a perfect place for those who need more than just a desk – the on-site Maker Lab boasts 3D printing and CNC machining for prototyping physical products. 

Prices start from £120/MO 

5-7 Canbury Business Park, Elm Crescent, Kingston Upon Thames KT2 6HJ 

Canbury Works.


The Midtown Hub

Operated by Successful Sutton BID, The Midtown Hub provides residents of Sutton and its surroundings with a fully equipped and airconditioned office space with all vital security measures in place. Choose between hot desking and renting a private office just for yourself or hire a training or board room for your special business meetings.  

Prices start from £140/MO + VAT 

The Mid Town Hub, Market House, 216-220 High Street, Sutton, SM1 1NU 

The Midtown Hub.


Sutton Point

An exciting new development in the very heart of Sutton, Sutton Point can easily be reached by car and public transport alike. Enjoy the choice of private office space, a hotdesk or a dedicated desk, as well as super-fast Wi-Fi and stylish furniture.  

Prices start from £216/MO  

6 Sutton Plaza, Sutton Ct Rd, London SM1 4FS 

Sutton Point.



Affordable offices and a large selection of hot and permanent desks in a bright and modern space with air-con and speedy Wi-Fi? That’s Hideaway. Hidden away in the heart of Streatham, it is within easy reach from southwest and central London alike – plus their business lounge is just lovely. 

Prices start from £200/MO + VAT 

Streatham High Road, opposite Streatham mainline station 



Le Bureau

Battersea feature for more than a decade now, Le Bureau is now home to over 90 small businesses. A vibrant experience with a multitude of community events and unique interior design, it is an attractive alternative to traditional office hire.  

Prices start from £80/MO + VAT 

Studio F7 & F8, Battersea Studios, 80 Silverthorne Road, London, SW8 3HE 

Le Bureau.


Second Home

Yes, none of the offices Second Home currently offers is in SW London. BUT, it must get a mention here – primarily due to being absolutely stunning. Every single of its four locations is completely unique – the Spitafields branch has a façade inspired by works of the radical architect Frei Otto. Its Holland Park location used to be the home and studio of legendary photographer John Cowan and supermodel Jill Kennington, and in 1966, Michelangelo Antonioni shot his Palm d’Or winning ‘Blow-Up’ there. Overall, Second Home is probably as good as any office can get.  

Prices start from £225/MO + VAT 

Central and East London locations. 

Second Home.