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Office space in Victoria is centred around Victoria Station. It refers to space on nearby streets, including Buckingham Palace Road, Grosvenor Gardens, Vauxhall Bridge Road, Wilton Road, and Victoria Street, from which Victoria Station took its name when it opened in 1860.

Victoria Street runs from Victoria Station to Broad Sanctuary at Westminster Abbey. At the westerly end of Victoria Street is Westminster Cathedral, the largest Catholic church in the UK and the seat of the Archbishop of Westminster.

At the Westminster Abbey end of Victoria Street is the former Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy building and the former New Scotland Yard headquarters and the headquarters of the Law Society.

The SW1 postcode in the West End of London covers the district, and Victoria is administered by the City of Westminster.

Victoria is home to public sector and professional bodies and is a popular base for companies from a broad spectrum of industries. For instance, the high-end department store brand John Lewis is located on Victoria Street.

Charity organisations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, energy technology company SLB, and diversified alternative investment firm Millennium Capital Management are based at Buckingham Gate.

Industrial commodity firm Klesch Group, oil business KPI, energy company EDF Energy, credit rating agency Experian, and technology giant Microsoft have all chosen to rent office space at Cardinal Place in Victoria.

Occupiers can choose from a wide range of office space options in Victoria, ranging from newly built prime office buildings such as Nova North at Bressenden Place that offers panoramic views over Green Park and Buckingham Palace with first-class amenities and car parking to elegantly renovated period buildings on Buckingham Palace Road and Grosvenor Gardens, and many others, that combine historical charm with luxury working space with modern end-of-trip facilities such as bicycle storage and showers.

Businesses can also choose how they occupy their preferred type of space, as the market offers a wide range of traditional leasehold offices and modern, flexible workspace options.

Also known as flex spaces, these include serviced private offices, managed office suites, self-contained floors, and co-working spaces.

In contrast to leased office space in Victoria, these are held on flexible short-term licences that can extend at the end of the term if desired.

As the occupancy agreements are flexible, many also provide the option to expand into a larger floor space during a term, with many offices in Victoria providing space for 100 + desks.

For convenience and efficiency, the serviced and managed offices in Victoria are priced all-inclusively, so the rent covers overheads such as utilities, cleaning, furnishing, reception services, secretarial support, and refreshments.

For further efficiency, the office buildings are equipped with break-out areas, meeting rooms, and business lounges that clients can use, meaning that only desk space can be rented.

However, custom managed offices are also available and can be fitted out to individual requirements, including boardrooms, private bathrooms, and kitchens, for instance.

Victoria offers many retail and leisure amenities such as Ibérica, The Ivy, The Palm House and Shake Shack on Victoria Street, Bill’s Restaurant & Bar on Cathedral Walk at Cardinal Place and Five Guys on the Roof Garden Level at Cardinal Place.

Neighbouring Victoria Station and part of what was The Grosvenor Hotel, which opened in 1862 and is now The Clermont, is The Soak. Its eclectic menu offers tantalising dishes, including dim sum and Tomahawk steaks.

Victoria Station was built in 1860 and designed to appease the affluent and influential residents of neighbouring Belgravia and Pimlico. The design involved enclosing the tracks from the station back to Ecclestone Bridge with a roof to shield the residents from the noise, soot, and smoke of the steam engines.

The station carried 73.6 million passengers between 2019 and 2020 making it the second-busiest station in the United Kingdom for that period, after Liverpool Street.

Outside Victoria Station, at the intersection of Vauxhall Bridge Road and Victoria Street, stands the Grade II-listed Little Ben. This 20-foot (6.1-metre) clock tower, installed in 1892, is in the style of Big Ben.

Its larger counterpart, standing at 316 feet (96 m), was built in 1859 and renamed Elizabeth Tower in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II. It is also in the City of Westminster, less than a 20-minute walk from Victoria Station, and was part of the redesign of the Palace of Westminster, which was badly damaged by fire in 1834.

As with the amenities in Victoria, businesses located in the district enjoy access to excellent transport options at Victoria Station, which provides services on the Circle, District, and Victoria lines. It also offers a Direct Rail Link to Gatwick Airport.

St James’s Park and Sloane Square stations are also close and offer services on the Circle and District lines, as is Westminster Station, which offers services on the Circle, District, and Jubilee lines.

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