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Rebecca Wayman

Storey has launched three new flexible workspaces in London

Storey, the flexible workspace brand from commercial property company British Land, has opened space at Appold Studios, EC2 as well as 2FA, Broadgate, and International House, Ealing Broadway.

These are three new working environments designed to present a compelling alternative to co-working or conventional office space.

Open plans and fully customisable offices are supported by a wide range of shared facilities including boardrooms, lounge areas, breakout rooms, shower facilities and bike storage. All these shared benefits and service charges are included as part of one monthly rate.

Speaking of the new office spaces, Joff Sharpe, head of operations at British Land and responsible for Storey, said: “It’s absolutely critical that SMEs operate in well-managed work environments that encourage collaboration and enable maximum productivity.

“That’s exactly what these new spaces at Appold Studios, 2FA and International House can provide, with customers benefitting from the excellent services and amenities of nearby Broadgate or Ealing Broadway Shopping.”

Established in June this year by British Land, Storey aims to address the changing office space needs of ambitious and growing businesses, as well as larger organisations seeking additional space on flexible terms.

Storey can provide personalised and flexible workspaces that are private, secure and supposedly designed to enhance workplace productivity and wellbeing.

Sharpe concluded: “At Storey, we completely remove the hassle of running an office, enabling the capital’s most ambitious SMEs and project teams to do what they do best: running and growing businesses.”

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