Despite all the wider uncertainty in Britain right now, London’s creative impulses show no sign of diminishing and even extends to the ways in which people are going about their daily work. And with large numbers of visitors continuing to come to the capital to live and work – whether it’s for a few weeks, months or longer – the impetus to adjust our working lifestyles accordingly is gaining strength.

One significant way in which this has already happened has been in the growth of coworking spaces, where communal desks and private offices are available for hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annual rent, both for individual freelancers and small businesses. London’s myriad of coworking venues are dotted across the city. Find out more about travelmag.com‘s top 20 Coworking Spaces in London here.

 

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