Durham Road Resource Centre

London
  • Durham Road Resource Centre, Finsbury Park
  • Breakout space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Finsbury Park
  • Office space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Finsbury Park
  • Office space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington

Small Office Space in Islington, London

Affordable space is available for charities, non-profits, social enterprises, ethical businesses and local community organisations. 

We have a range of smaller office spaces, best suited for 2-8 person organisations.

We offer flexible contracts and affordable rental.

Close to the Seven Sisters Road as well as Finsbury Park underground and overground stations.

To find out more or arrange a viewing call 020 3559 6100 or email info [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk

 

Facilities

  • Secure 24/7 access
  • Wi-fi
  • VOIP phone system
  • IT Technical Support*
  • Meeting rooms
  • Showers
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Bike Racks
  • Disabled Access
  • Lift

 

Prices

Office space is available from approx £149 + VAT per person pcm. 

Prices for each of our offices vary by size, the price above is indicative.

For an accurate quote please contact us on call 020 3559 6100 or email info [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk.  

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

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

 

Flexible Contracts

We are a social landlord, and we understand that charities and social organisations can face various challenges with funding and finance.

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 to 6 months.

 

IT Support

OryxAlign provide all IT and the telephone systems 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 (costs may apply).

 

About Durham Road Resource Centre

The Durham Road Resource Centre was built in 1985 by Islington Council, originally as a neighbourhood office providing services to the local community.  The building closed in 1998 and we then took on the building with a pledge to continue to support the community groups of Islington which include housing organisations, women’s groups, and refugee and ethnic minority support groups. In 2014, the Centre underwent big renovations and is now a bright and airy space to work.

 

To find out more or arrange a viewing call 020 3559 6100 or email info [at] ethicalproperty.co.uk

 

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Facilities

  • Disabled access
  • Wi-Fi
  • VOIP phone system
  • Lift
  • Bike racks
  • Kitchen facilities

What's Included

  • Rent
  • Maintenance and management
  • Utilities
  • Waste and recycling
  • Fire and security provision
  • Cleaning
  • Meeting room(s)
  • IT technical support*
  • Phone Lines and Data Connection
Durham Road benefits from the following facilities:
Rental charges include:

Contact

Durham Road Resource Centre, 86 Durham Rd, London, N7 7DT

  • Breakout space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington
  • Front entrance to Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington
  • Hallway space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington
  • Meeting space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington
  • Tenant in office space at Durham Road Resource Centre, Islington

Centre Staff

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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.

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