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Start-ups club strikes City offices deal

New premises are being opened up next to Liverpool Street Station for entrepreneurs priced out of the City. This follows a 10-year deal being signed between British Land and Central Working - a membership-based club for start-ups - involving 11,000 sq ft of office space across three floors at 4 Crown Place. Central Working provides entrepreneurs with shared office space and currently has three clubs in London and another in Manchester. Central Working City is due to open in three months. Profits will be shared with British Land in what the property company describes as a 'huge change in approach to the London office market.'


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