Office Space in Battersea - Serviced Offices and Coworking Space

Our team of experts can advise you on all office space options in Battersea. Whether you need hotdesks in coworking space, or want a fully serviced or private office space, we've got it covered.


A fabulous location for any business, Battersea is close to central London but with a village-style personality all of its own - and an exciting new development underway. CBRE have a range of coworking, flexible, serviced and private offices to rent in this south west London district in the borough of Wandsworth.

Our extensive experience means we understand that you know what your business needs today, but equally that your needs can change over time. We can support you through the process from search to tenancy quickly and painlessly. From sourcing the right space for your business, to negotiating the best deal for you - and everything in between - we can help secure the right solution for you.

Why Battersea?

The area encompassing Battersea, Nine Elms and Vauxhall is currently enjoying significant investment as part of a huge redevelopment programme. Once complete the Battersea Power Station complex will be a major hub of entertainment, retail and business, as well as housing hundreds of residential apartments. The riverside area is already established as a destination and is a highly desirable location for businesses attracting, as it does, those living in the southwest who no longer need to travel into central London. This is an exciting time for Battersea and the businesses located here. Office space here starts at an affordable £350 and rises to £800 monthly per desk for premium locations.

The Neighbourhood

Apple are soon due to move their London Campus into the Power Station’s business hub, and the U.S. Embassy relocated to a new building in the 195-hectare Nine Elms development in 2018, making fine neighbours for the huge influx of businesses into the redeveloped Battersea area. Businesses based in Battersea are many and varied but notably include Penguin Random House and the Royal College of Art.

The Power Station development is due to have over 250 shops, food and beverage outlets - many of which are already open – and is expecting to welcome more than 25,000 people living and working on site.  Although increasingly well-developed Battersea enjoys proximity to the impressive natural beauty of the River Thames and the tranquillity of the 200-acre Battersea Park.

Getting Here

The Northern Line underground extension is due in 2021 and the new Zone 1 tube station will provide fast connections to the rest of London and beyond via Waterloo, which is just 7 minutes away. Battersea is already well served by bus routes. Clapham Junction Station is the busiest station in Europe and, along with Queenstown Road, connects the area both with central London and towns and villages across the south of the UK. The cycling infrastructure is excellent in Battersea and the Cycle Superhighway 8 passes through unbroken.