Our building acts not only as a base for our work but as a powerful hub where those who are interested in improving health and health care can meet to share ideas, debate, discuss and learn.
About The King's Fund Health Campus
We offer the opportunity for small to medium-sized organisations to rent office space for a minimum tenancy of three years. This offers our tenants unique opportunities to collaborate and network with other health professionals, including The King's Fund staff, and to benefit from easy access to a host of dedicated events and seminars run by The King's Fund.
The property is centrally located on the north side of Cavendish Square, W1. The building is well-served by public transport links, including Bond Street and Oxford Circus underground stations on the Central, Victoria, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines.
The available accommodation comprises 3,573 sq ft of office space arranged on the ground floor and three upper floors. So whether you need one room, two rooms or a whole floor, The King's Fund Health Campus will have the office solution for you.
On-site amenities and services
The King's Fund occupies a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse, offering state-of-the-art facilities and a 282-seater theatre.
Key features include:
- period facade
- decorative cornicing
- air conditioning/comfort cooling
- perimeter and underfloor trunking
- venue hire (Health Campus tenants benefit from special rates).
Information and Library Service
The King's Fund Information and Library Service is a unique source of information on health and social care policy and management. The service includes help with literature searches and information queries online, over the phone or in person at our information centre.
Our light and airy café serves drinks, soups, sandwiches and snacks throughout the day and is a lovely place to meet informally and check your emails with our free Wi-Fi.
The King's Fund has its own on-site print room, which can produce high-quality items at a reasonable cost including digital print, mono and colour documents such as presentations, handouts, booklets and conference and training materials.