area-guides

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Area guides

Area guide: Bankside - London

Bankside is the home of some of London’s most important cultural icons – The Tate Modern, The Southbank Centre, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the National Theatre – pulling millions of tourists over the river each year. But for centuries the banks of the Thames, the lifeline of the capital, have also been the source of huge levels of trade, commerce and business.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Sheffield - England

Often called the Steel City, Sheffield has long since produced an array of cutlery and blades. After the industrial revolution, it came into the spotlight for its top-quality steel and, in particular, as the birthplace of stainless steel. Thanks to this trade, it grew to become the city it is today – a northern powerhouse with a flair of creativity.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Balham - London

Balham is often overlooked as a location for offices, partly because there are better-known areas such as Clapham nearby, and partly because it is such a popular and attractive place to live. But over recent years this vibrant area has become more lively and more enticing to different types of occupiers, and for offices.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Glasgow - Scotland

The medieval city of Glasgow has changed dramatically over the years. From humble beginnings as a small village on the River Clyde, Glasgow developed to become one of the major trading and business hubs in the UK.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Leeds - England

This week we are bringing you area guide for Leeds. Check out what the city has to offer.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Aldwych - London

Aldwych is a remarkable crossroads between London’s compass points: the City to the east, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus to the west, and Holborn, Clerkenwell and St Pancras directly to the north.

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Area guide: Birmingham - England

Birmingham is an ever-evolving city. Base yourself in Birmingham and you’ll also have a number of the city’s own delicacies on your doorstep, from Balti curries to Cadbury’s chocolate.

Gosia Furmanik
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Area guide: Aldgate - London

Aldgate is attracting a new generation of digital industries and professionals with new ways of working. Home to an abundance of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and a wealth of transport connections, Aldgate is one of the hottest spots in central London.

Gosia Furmanik