LOWE has launched its flagship location in Fulham, as part of its plan to develop a raft of sites across the capital.
Jane Imrie

Property guardian firm launches London co-working “neighbourhood network”

A property guardian specialist has announced the launch of a new network of co-working spaces across London.

LOWE has launched its flagship location in Fulham, as part of its plan to develop a raft of sites across the capital.

Every location will offer 24-hour access, high-speed internet and lockable storage, as well as bookable meeting rooms available by the hour or day, black and white printing, complimentary fruit and tea and coffee facilities.

Tim Lowe, founder and director of LOWE, commented: “With COVID-19 affecting how businesses view the traditional office setting, more and more we are seeing that Londoners want flexible workspaces with a creative atmosphere, in locations that they can easily walk or cycle to.

“LOWE Works has been designed to provide affordable co-working spaces, ideal for startups, creatives and entrepreneurs.

“For so many young creatives and professionals, being part of a stimulating community is key for their work/life balance, and at a time when the creative industry has been so badly affected, it is essential these businesses and individuals have access to affordable, well-resourced spaces to work.”

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