Bromley Old Town Hall might be over one hundred years old but there is nothing archaic about the amenities in this modern serviced office on Tweedy Road.
Just 20 minutes by train from Victoria, you’ll find Bromley, the largest borough of Greater London, home to a Grade II listed building with an intriguing past.
Bromley Old Town Hall served as a community hub from its founding in 1907, hosted the wedding of David Bowie and even housed nuclear fallout shelters through the 1980s. But by 2009 this fascinating building on Tweedy Road had fallen into disuse and was eventually added to the ‘Heritage at Risk’ register.
Fast forward to 2020 and private real estate investment company Castleforge decided it was about time to restore this landmark building to its former glory.
Taking its place as the centre of the community once again, Bromley Old Town Hall is open for business, boasting a restaurant and a boutique hotel.
Cartwright Pickard and Fusion Interiors have sensitively designed the newest addition to our flexible workspace stable, retaining its outstanding original design features like fluted marble columns, crittall windows and stone architrave whilst breathing new life into the idea of what a Grade II-listed landmark building can be.
Modern amenities at Clockwise Bromley include:
- Reliable, high-speed wifi
- Breakout areas, kitchenettes and club lounges
- Six meeting rooms, including one in an old cell
- Event space
- Technology for collaboration, including the latest A/V capabilities.
Though our flexible workspaces are just 20 minutes from Central London by train for hitting the West End theatres or enjoying the gastronomic delights of Soho, Bromley itself has a host of fantastic (and delicious) hidden gems for you to discover.
UTEA Bromley – As a change from our usual coffee shop recommendations, here’s a highly-rated bubble tea brand for your delectation. Enjoy matcha and fruit teas alongside other delights in a beautiful interior or even order in using your delivery platform of choice.
Copper Ceylon – Stylish and delicious Sri Lankan food from lamprais and sambols to hoppers with a really rather happy ‘happy hour’ for those post-work drinks with your coworkers. You’ll see why this is a local gem from the first plate.
Horniman Museum & Gardens – Looking for a bit of culture on your lunch break? This 19th-century spot might not be as well known as the British Museum but it offers up an eclectic collection of gems including stuffed animals, a range of musical instruments & one of the best views of the city.
Prive Lounge Bar – Is it a cocktail bar? A nightclub? A shisha lounge? Why choose when you can have all of them? With stunning decor and lots of off-beat charm, this place lends itself well to the Friday wind-up to the weekend.
If you want all the joys of working in London, with all the amenities of a modern flexible workspace but without the exorbitant office fees, Clockwise Bromley could well be the coworking office you’ve been searching for. Get in touch today to make Bromley Old Town Hall your home, for work.