Looking for office space….

We still run our business from here and have converted some of the space for use as offices to rent and some of the open plan areas for hire as training rooms. We have a great conservatory and beautiful gardens. The building is Grade II listed so we need to be sensitive about the way it is looked after.

We think the Grange must be one of the oldest working office blocks in Brent. We took over the building in 2005. It has been quite a challenge, working with such an old building – but at least we are confident that it won’t fall down – the walls are really thick.

With confidence we can say that the Grange provides a great environment to work in.

We are here to help make running your business easier. The Grange, a Grade II listed, offers a range of affordable offices and training rooms to rent for entrepreneurs, home workers, new businesses and trades people. Offices with space for 1 – 10 desks are available for £550 – £2,750 per month. Rental includes free wifi, furnished office and reduced booking rates for the meeting & training room.

Key features of our work spaces are:-

  • Fixed rent price, no nasty surprises or long term commitments
  • Free parking (worth £100 per month)
  • 24/7 access
  • Reception area for your visitors
  • Kitchen areas on each floor
  • Simple license agreement rather than a complex lease
  • 1 month’s notice to leave
  • Subsidised rates for meeting & training rooms hire
  • CCTV coverage
  • Ad-hoc business advice
  • Training Rooms

We have a number of training and meeting rooms. Hourly rate varies from £35 to £45.

The Grange s a great place to establish and grow your business. It allows you to operate your business without incurring the high costs of office overheads. It is practical and stimulating alternative to home working and there are no set up costs or lengthy contracts to tie you in! All this at an affordable cot to you and flexible space for you to establish and grow your business.

Surrounding area

Just across the footbridge is Neasden Shopping Parade, where you can shop in the competitive independent retail outlets or Tesco Express and Iceland. You can grab your lunch from Subway, Tesco, Bakery, Costa or other takeaway restaurants. The variety of shops includes an ironmonger, a phone shop, estate agents, pharmacies and hairdressers. There are takeaway restaurants, pubs and bars.

About a mile away is Willesden – the shops there stretch from Dollis Hill station to Willesden Green station. The variety of shopping ranges from fine sandwich shops and bakers, like Edwards, to Slocombes, the family-run motorbike shop that has been in the area since the sixties, Sainsbury’s and a huge range of independent grocers.

A couple of miles along the North Circular Road is the Brent Cross Shopping Centre. One mile in the other direction brings you to Ikea – handy during the week, but the traffic can get a bit much at weekends when there is a sale on. Similarly, a match at the nearby Wembley Stadium can generate a lot of traffic – and the newly opened London Designer Outlet is bringing many more people to Wembley.

Just one kilometre along Dollis Hill Lane is the undulating Gladstone Park (holder of a Green Flag award). Sadly, Dollis Hill House (where Gladstone himself stayed) is no longer with us but you can wander through the walled garden, stroll through the floor plan, sit by the duck pond or take a walk through the wildlife area. There is a great view across London. The park also boasts some interesting sculptures and, in a quiet area not far from the northern car park, is a holocaust memorial.

The Park slopes down to the railway line and footbridges for access to flatter grass areas, used at weekends by various sports teams. The park is excellent for jogging and, every Saturday, it hosts a 5km Parkrun http://www.parkrun.org.uk/gladstone/ You can also book tennis courts (but they get booked up quite heavily in June each year).