Opening an Office in Southgate

When opening a new branch of your business in the UK you should be aware of all the legal requirements involved. You will need to register you business with Companies House, pay VAT, import and export duty, apply for the correct business licences and keep up to date accounts. You should also consider opening a business bank account and take the time to find suitable office premises.

Southgate is located in North London. The local economy is mostly based around small enterprises, like independent retailers and self-employed consultants and business service providers. The largest employers are the local authority (Enfield Council) and Southgate College. Southgate underground station is on the Piccadilly line, which connects the neighbourhood with King's Cross, Leicester Square, Hammersmith, and Heathrow airport. Road access in and out of London is possible too since the area is close to the Green Lanes and the A10 road.

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

Book-keeping is an essential service to keep your business running effectively.

There are a wide range of insurance providers in London who will be able to provide the suitable level of insurance for your business needs.

Tax accountants will ensure your company pays the correct VAT, National Insurance Contributions and business tax rates.

Businesses should thoroughly research suitable English speaking employees that will be an asset to their business growth.