8,105 sq ft of high quality, open plan office space

Sunley House has been refurbished to provide modern and efficient accommodation.

The available space is on the 6th and ground floors, both offering fully refurbished work space with fitted kitchens

summary specification

3 pipe VRV heating and cooling system
Manned reception and 24/7 security
Suspended ceilings with LG7 lighting
Three 16 person passenger lifts
Fitted kitchen
Shower and cycle storage
Raised floors (50mm clear void)
On site parking available (1:1,000 sq ft)
2.7m floor to ceiling height at ground floor

Croydon Vision 2020

Croydon’s landscape is changing thanks to an anticipated £5.25bn regeneration programme ‘Croydon Vision 2020’.

The London Borough of Croydon has approved major consents including Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Hammerson’s £1.4bn retail scheme and Stanhope & Schroder’s Ruskin Square mixed use development next to East Croydon train station. The Fairfield Halls refurbishment is part of the Council’s regeneration programme which includes seven new hotels and 10,500 new homes.

Accommodation

Floor Sq Ft* Sq M*
Part 6th 3,926 364.7
Ground (West) 4,179 388.2
Total 8,105 753.0

* NIA 6th Edition RICS Code of Measuring.
For indicative purposes only. Not to scale.

  • Part 6th Floor

    3,926 Sq Ft (364.7 Sq M)
  • Ground Floor West

    4,179 Sq Ft (388.2 Sq M)

Location

Located just off Wellesley Road, Sunley House is a short walk to West Croydon station and the pedestrian bridge on Caithness walk offers easy access to East Croydon train station. This offers journey times into central London of less than 16 minutes.

By road, Croydon is strategically located on the A23 between Central London and the M25 with easy access to both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports. East Croydon mainline station provides quick and regular services to both Central London and the South Coast. West Croydon station is on the East London Line, connecting to the London Underground network. An easy access from East Croydon to West Croydon is provided by Tramlink.

Local Occupiers

Local Occupiers

The largest sector of occupation is the Public Sector, dominated by The Local Authority, the Home Office, HMRC and various other government teams.

Significant additional sectors include: Financial, Insurance and Pensions, Engineering and a growing Tech sector, as well as the Construction, Retail and Energy sectors.

Local Occupiers