Why choose commercial property in Dulwich?

It’s not hard to see why Dulwich continues to attract different businesses: it’s a great place in which to work.  As well as offering as many green spaces as anywhere in London – including Dulwich Park, West Lawns and Belair Park – Dulwich has a number of different shopping districts, as well as a number of bars and restaurants serving authentic cuisine.   Coffee lovers will love to spend time at Romeo Jones, and the Crown & Greyhound is the place to be for those in search of a hearty pub meal.

Working in London has many benefits, but in the centre it can be easy to get overwhelmed by the noise and the sheer volume of people. This might suit retail firms relying on footfall, but office-based businesses may prefer something quieter.  Dulwich is the perfect example of this: a village-like atmosphere with direct access to the middle of the capital.

Transport links are essential for any business looking to network, and Dulwich has everything you’ll need.  Sitting on the South Circular (A205), one of the major London Ring Roads, the area is driveable from virtually any part of London.  West Dulwich railway station, meanwhile, offers direct routes to both London Victoria and London Blackfriars.  As many as 13 London bus routes also serve the area.

Parkhall, West Dulwich

Parkhall Business Centre is an old Pye Electronics building, transformed into a creative hub for businesses wanting to capitalise on our flexible lease terms, and a bustling community.