Bank, London, EC2R
About this office
Bank, London, EC2R
Becket House offers exceptional workspace in the heart of the City of London.
The high quality finishes and wellbeing amenities, including a private terrace on each floor, will attract the most aspirational occupiers.
About the location
The City of London
Located next to The Ned, which boasts 8 restaurants and bars set within 3,000 square metres of Grade I-listed grandeur.
The building is also conveniently situated 100 yards from Bank station and benefits from street side parking.
Nearby mainline stations include: Cannon Street (300 metres), Liverpool Street (900 metres), Fenchurch Street (900 metres), Blackfriars (0.
7 miles) and London Bridge (0.
Location of Bank, London, EC2R
Nearest Tube Stations
|Bank Underground Station||
||Distance from office: 0.09 miles 0.14 km 2 mins walk|
|Cannon Street Underground Station||
||Distance from office: 0.12 miles 0.18 km 3 mins walk|
|Mansion House Underground Station||
||Distance from office: 0.15 miles 0.24 km 3 mins walk|
Nearest DLR Station
Docklands Light Railway
|Bank Station||0.09 miles 0.14 km 2 mins|
Nearest National Rail Stations
|Cannon Street Station||0.12 miles 0.18 km 3 mins|
|Moorgate Station||0.39 miles 0.62 km 8 mins|
Nearest River Bus
|Bankside Pier Station||0.40 miles 0.64 km 8 mins|
Nearest Bike Docking Station
|Cheapside, Bank Station||0.11 miles 0.18 km 3 mins|
7-9 Copthall AvenueDistance from office: 0.20 miles 0.32 km 4 mins walk
Club Quarters Hotel, 7 Gracechurch StreetDistance from office: 0.29 miles 0.46 km 6 mins walk
College HillDistance from office: 0.20 miles 0.32 km 4 mins walk
19-23 Saint Swithin's LaneDistance from office: 0.17 miles 0.27 km 4 mins walk
St Alban Tower, Wood StreetDistance from office: 0.23 miles 0.37 km 5 mins walk
11 Old JewryDistance from office: 0.05 miles 0.07 km 1 min walk
Types of Office Available
Longer term offices for rent - ideal for larger, established London businesses, able to make a longer commitment. More about Leased Office Space in London
More about The City of London
The City of London is the UK’s financial centre. Notably. the London Stock Exchange and the Bank of England are both based here, alongside the world’s largest banks.
From the Roman settlement in 1AD until the Middle Ages, the City of London was almost London in its entirely. The modern local governing body – called the City of London Corporation – is probably the oldest elected local authority in the world, with records showing its existence from 1067, a year after the Norman Conquest.
Of course The City of London has worldwide profile, so a City business address provides international recognition. However, compared with costs across the capital for offices, City of London rents are in the mid-range.
The City of London is in The City of London
|Parliamentary Constituency||Cities of London and Westminster|
|Local Authority||The City of London Corporation|
Business in The City of London
|Employment Size||No. of Businesses|
|Data Source: ONS: UK Business: Activity, Size & Location Reports|
|0 to 4 people||14895|
|5 to 9 people||2925|
|10 to 19 people||2040|
|20 to 49 people||1150|
|50 to 99 people||575|
|100 to 249 people||375|
|250 to 499 people||135|
|500 to 999 people||80|
|Annual Turnover||No. of Businesses|
|Data Source: ONS: UK Business: Activity, Size & Location reports|
|£0k - 49k||3525|
|£50k - 99k||2625|
|£100k - 249k||4980|
|£250k - 499k||2955|
|£500k - 999k||2375|
|£1 million - £4.9 million||1815|