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Central London is the innermost part of our Capital City. The exact centre is difficult to define, and indeed, there is no official or commonly accepted definition of the area. However, we know that road distances to London are traditionally measured from a central point at Charing Cross, which is marked by the statue of King Charles I at the junction of the Strand, Whitehall and Cockspur Street, just south of Trafalgar Square

Central London is understood to include a high density built environment, high land values, a very large and increasing daytime population and a concentration of regionally, nationally and internationally significant businesses, organisations and facilities.

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Background information on Central London

Central London is the innermost part of our Capital City. The exact centre is difficult to define, and indeed, there is no official or commonly accepted definition of the area. However, we know that road distances to London are traditionally measured from a central point at Charing Cross, which is marked by the statue of King Charles I at the junction of the Strand, Whitehall and Cockspur Street, just south of Trafalgar Square

Central London is understood to include a high density built environment, high land values, a very large and increasing daytime population and a concentration of regionally, nationally and internationally significant businesses, organisations and facilities.

Central London, just like any other capital city, is expensive in most things, and that applies more to those of us who are not London residents, but come to the capital for a day or two, or to see a play, have dinner out and stay overnight. We have to eat and we have to sleep somewhere, and because it is unfamiliar territory to a great many we tend to compare, perhaps unfairly, the prices in Central London with those we are used to back home.

Pro rata, Londoners earn more than the rest of us because it is so expensive to live in the capital but they have higher expenses to cope with as well, especially in terms of mortgages, so at the end of the day they are not so well off after all.

But to counter that last, mortgages may be high but when those mortgages are paid off it must be a wonderful sensation to know that you are living in an asses which, if sold, would buy you another house virtually anywhere in the world with enough left over to live on for the rest of your natural life.

But London like any other city depends to a huge extent on the money it generates, or more to the point, the money generated by the city (We are leaving the money making City out of this equation) as in visitor spending, the big spenders being traditionally from overseas, and although it would be a fallacy to say that they keep the City afloat, their contribution is huge and very, very welcome.

So, would your business benefit from being based in London Central? To find out properly you need to seek professional advice
about all the London boroughs to see what they have to offer you in terms of help in researching your specific needs, and comparing costs of office space and the associated benefits of each area so that you are in a position to make a fully informed decision.

Last update: 11.07.2016