The Grayston Centre

London
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The Grayston Centre is located a short walk from both Old Street and Moorgate underground stations, and is set over four floors. Situated in the heart of Shoreditch, it is close to countless cafés and restaurants in what is one the most energetic and dynamic areas of London. Organisations within the Centre currently include national and international campaigning organisations and media and community arts groups, among many others.

Facilities

  • Wi-Fi
  • Lift
  • Showers
  • Kitchen facilities
  • High speed Broadband

Office space

The Grayston Centre offers a variety of private office spaces ranging from small, self-contained, to larger open plan units. 

Desk space

Individual desk spaces are not available within The Grayston Centre. 

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All space packages are fully serviced and allow secure 24/7 access to the Centre.

What's Included

  • Rent
  • Maintenance and management
  • Utilities
  • Waste and recycling
  • Fire and security provision
  • Business rates
  • Cleaning
  • VAT
  • Meeting room(s)
  • IT technical support*
  • Phone Lines and Data Connection
The Grayston Centre benefits from the following facilities:

Costs

Prices for each of our offices vary by size, the price below is indicative – for an accurate quote please contact us

Office space is available from £1,189.00 + VAT (£1,427.00) per month for approximately 35m² or space for five desks.

IT Support

Our sister Company, Ethical IT, provide all IT and the telephone systems within The Grayston Centre ensuring that any faults or issues with regard to IT or phone system infrastructure are dealt with quickly and effectively.

Additional ad hoc support is also available if necessary - click here for more information. 

Terms & conditions

Tenants are responsible for the payment of any additional business rates, contents insurance and phone calls.

There is no fixed minimum term on our rental contracts and tenants can give notice at any point ensuring they have maximum flexibility to adapt to any changes they might face. 

The notice period relates to the size of office that is rented, and will vary from 1 – 6 months.

VAT of 20% is applicable on all space and services at The Grayston Centre. All costs shown are inclusive. 

Rental charges include:
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Contact

Already a tenant? Call 020 3559 6100
Looking for Space? Call 01865 207 810

The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square, London N1 6HT

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Centre Staff

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    Ben Coles

    Building Maintenance Manager, London
    Ben joined Ethical Property in April 2012 after acquiring a BA in Film from Southampton University. Ben is responsible for the maintenance of the building and works closely with the Centre Manager to ensure all building services are delivered.
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    Edward Carter

    Regional Manager, South East
    Edward joined Ethical Property in February 2016. At university he studied Law and has a MA in Housing Practice, as well as being a Prince2 Practitioner. Edward gained experience in property and estate management at a medium sized RSL (Registered Social Landlord) and managing a customer focused team at the University of Westminster.
  • Johanna Quintanilla

    Johanna Quintanilla

    Centre Manager, London
    Johanna holds a MA in Public Management and a BA in Journalism - Mass Media Communication. She has worked for the Ministry of Culture of Colombia and has more than 10 years experience in the formulating, monitoring, evaluation and diffusion of programmes and projects aimed at all artists, researchers and managers in the social and cultural sector.

Current Tenants

Current Tenants

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Brighton Eco-centre

  • Offering advice and information about the wide range of choices available for both traditional and green funerals.

  • Encouraging people to explore the links between their own lives and with other people, places and issues throughout the world. 

  • The Ecological Land Cooperative develops affordable, low impact, small-scale farms in England & Wales.

  • Kaloko Trust is a Brighton-based charity working to relieve poverty and improve livelihoods in rural communities in Zambia, southern Africa.

Brighton Junction

Brighton Open Market Studios

Brunswick Court

Colston Street

Durham Road Resource Centre

Friends Meeting House

Green Fish Resource Centre

  • Working to protect men, women and children wherever justice,
    freedom, truth and dignity are denied.

  • Working with arts, heritage and cultural organisations, to help better understand and grow audiences.

  • Manchester-based arts development organisation working with urban communities across Greater Manchester to create access to cultural production for people that are excluded from or on the fringes of the mainstream.

  • An award-winning environmental campaign group, taking action on a range of local, national and international issues. 

  • The national charity working to end fuel poverty in England,Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • The Orchard Project is bringing community orchards to cities and towns across the country. Working in partnership with communities we are re-fruiting the country.

  • Accountants specialising in the charity and social enterprise sectors.  

Green Park Station

Hastings House

Picton Street

Resource for London

Scotia Works

  • Supporting learners of all ages in accessing an inclusive education and learning experience.

  • Working in partnership with child and youth centered organisations to deliver structured sessions in non-violent conflict resolution, and train children and young people to become peer mediators.

  • Promoting the sexual health and emotional wellbeing of young people in Sheffield.

  • Working with teachers and many others involved in education to promote a global perspective in the curriculum.

  • WalkingWomen is about making wonderful walks more accessible. It’s about un-pressured walking in beautiful scenery, or challenge and adventure if that’s what you want.

St Michael's Parish Hall

St Pauls Learning Centre

Streamline

The Foundry

The Grayston Centre

The Green House

The Old Music Hall

The South Vaults

The Unitarian Meeting Hall

Thorn House

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