Opening an Office in Ealing

Companies opening new business premises in the UK should be aware of the legal aspects involved including applying for licenses, registering their business with Companies House, paying National Insurance and VAT and keeping up to date accounts. Businesses should also carefully consider suitable office space and find the ideal employees to help your business grow.

Ealing is an important metropolitan centre whose economy is one of the most vibrant of all London boroughs. In fact, there are more businesses registered in Ealing than in any other area of West London, and Park Royal Industrial Estate is home to large multinationals, such as the Carphone Warehouse and Diageo. TNS Global, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, the Royal Mail, Walkers, and the British Marketing Research Bureau are based in Ealing too. Ealing is served by the Piccadilly, Central, and District lines, as well as by trains to central London and Heathrow. The University of West London and Thames Valley University have campuses here.

You can get help when finding your first office in London's Ealing area by utilising the resources available from London Office Space.

UK accountants are vital in order to ensure compliance with tax laws, VAT payments and payroll and to ensure that the appropriate minimum of tax is paid on a business.

Companies looking to import and export goods to and from the UK should be aware of all the legal requirements including customs tariffs and trade legislation.

Ensure you have the right level of insurance for your business needs.

There are a wealth of financial and advisory services available in the UK.