The Lord Mayor's Palace was built in 1638 and has been lovingly converted into office space which is available on flexible terms.
According to English Heritage it is one of the most
important and finest early 17th century buildings in Great
Britain and as significant as Buckingham Palace.
The building is part of the Swakeleys Estate which consists of 25 acres of private parkland in West London.
The offices benefit from excellent natural light, high ceilings and stunning period features.
- Period Features
- Flexible Terms
- Excellent Natural Light
- 24 Hour Access
- Bike Storage
- High Speed Broadband