Regus opens News Building centre

Global workspace provider unveils latest addition to its network in the Capital

Global workspace provider Regus has opened a business centre in The News Building at the heart of the London Bridge Quarter.

Open exclusively to Regus Businessworld Platinum card holders, the centre occupies the third floor of the seventeen storey building, and offers a range of flexible workspace and business services. Its stylish and contemporary interior has been designed to complement the modern atmosphere of the News Building.

Facilities on offer include:

  • Virtual Offices
  • Private offices
  • On- demand meeting rooms
  • Drop-in business lounge with free, secure Wi-Fi and refreshments
  • A large co-working space to enable networking and collaboration

The centre is expected to attract a varied customer base including individual co-workers, start-ups, SMEs and multinational corporations.

Regus expects the business lounge to be particularly popular with mobile workers looking for somewhere to touch down between meetings or on business trips, due to the building’s excellent transport links, including direct access to London Bridge Underground Station.

Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus said: “This centre is an exciting addition to our network and offers another high-quality, flexible facility in a vibrant business location alongside some of the world’s most illustrious media brands.

“Demand for our flexible workspace proposition is at an all-time high and we remain committed to expanding our global footprint, making business easier for our customers and helping them grow flexibly and cost-effectively.”

This is the latest addition to Regus’ network in the area, joining existing locations on Hay’s Lane and at 3 More London.

Designed by the Italian Pritzker Prize winning architect Renzo Piano, The News Building was opened by Mayor of London Boris Johnson in September 2014.


Centre address: 3rd floor, News Building, 3 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9SG


Regus is the global workplace provider.

Its network of more than 2,300 business centres in 106 countries provides convenient, high-quality, fully serviced spaces for people to work, whether for a few minutes or a few years. Companies like Google, Toshiba and GlaxoSmithKline choose Regus so that they can work flexibly and make their businesses more successful.

The key to flexible working is convenience and so Regus is opening wherever its 2.1million members want support – city centres, suburban districts, shopping centres and retail outlets, railway stations, motorway service stations and even community centres.

Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989, Regus is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange. For more information, please visit