The Green House is a stunning new eco workspace in Bethnal Green, offering superb on-site facilities in the vibrant location of East London’s Cambridge Heath Road.
Space is available for charities, non-profits, social enterprises, ethical businesses and local community organisations.
We have office space for organisations of all sizes, with units to accommodate anywhere from 4 to 50 people, ranging from 29m² to a 351m² penthouse unit.
We offer flexible contracts and affordable rental.
On-site, there’s a staffed reception during office hours, 24/7 secure access for tenants, communal tea points and break out spaces on every floor, secure bike racks and showers (including an accessible shower), non-gendered facilities and a lovely roof terrace for tenants to enjoy, as well as a variety of meeting rooms on-site.
The centre is fully accessible and designed to achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent, placing the building in the top 10% of new builds for environmental performance.
Bethnal Green Underground station is just a 7-min walk, and Cambridge Heath Overground station less than a 1-min walk.
With a wide range of exciting cafes, restaurants and businesses, as well as Victoria Park, Regents Canal and London Fields located right on our doorstep, there are plenty of interesting places for lunch as well as great spots and activities to bring the staff team together after work!
Our prices start from approx £228 + VAT per person pcm
We are a social landlord, and we understand that charities and social organisations can face various challenges with funding and finance. So we offer a five-year flexible lease, with a tenant-only break clause.
What does this mean? That only you, as the tenant, can end the contract, and you have flexibility to end the tenancy within the 5 year period. This means The Green House is your home for the full 5 years, as long as you want it.
The Green House is a fantastic award-wnning office centre in Bethnal Green, owned and managed by Ethical Property.
The building has 4483m² of office space as well as meeting rooms and communal spaces including a living roof and roof terrace.
It helps us to meet the rising demand from social change tenants who need flexible and affordable workspace in East London. It is already home to many major social change organisations including Extinction Rebellion and social impact companies such as Beryl Bikes.
The design by architects Waugh Thistleton took our vision of a sustainable work place that offered natural light and stunning communal spaces to the reality of the wonderful building we now have today.
The new building also significantly improves our environmental performance, while simultaneously lowering the operating costs for ourselves and our tenants. Over 1,600 tonnes of CO₂ were saved during the build which is a huge saving compared to traditional forms of construction.