Updated 9 January 2019
Studio L, Container City 2
Second floor workspace/ office with sink and South facing balcony. Size: 296sq. ft (27sq.m). Available from end of November 2018.
More details here.
Studio Q, Container City 2
Workspace/ office available on the third floor with sink and East facing balcony with River Lea view. Size: 298 sq.ft – 27 sq.m
Coming Up in 2019
Ground Floor, light industrial spaces:
- Studio 4, Proving House, 365 sq.ft (34 sq.m)
- Studio 9 Proving House, 650 sq.ft (60 sq.m)
More info here.
If you are interested in looking at any space please contact John Burton to arrange a viewing.
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FOR MOST STUDIOS AT TBW THERE ARE NO BUSINESS RATES (UNTIL THE CHANCELLOR STOPS SMALL BUSINESS RATES RELIEF). YOU NEED TO APPLY FOR SMALL BUSINESS RATES RELIEF
For all workspace studios:
Viewings by appointment
Power is metered for each studio and charged by use
Deposit will be 3 months’ rent and service charge. Returnable on leaving
Leases – standard 5 year lease for all of these – contracted out standardly. Breaks – generally after 6 months you give us 3 months’ notice to quit. Rent increases by inflation each year and service charge reviewed each January. Some studio tenancies are let on a Tenancy At Will
We do rent deals and flexible terms for fine artists
Smaller spaces come up during the year. Please contact us to be put on the mailing list
We are located at the junction of the River Thames and River Lea opposite the Dome/O2 (East India and Canning town DLR).
We have been running this wonderful place for 18 years. We have London’s only Lighthouse, which houses “Longplayer” – a Jem Finer and Artangel sound installation designed to run for 1,000 years. Open each weekend. More information on www.longplayer.org
For hot food we have Fat Boys’ Diner and the Bow Creek Cafe.
There are a wide range of buildings with exhibition space, workshops, offices, rehearsal spaces and a pier.
Tenants include a wide range of creative users:- A free-running organisation are setting up a training facility; The Princes Drawing School have their Foundation Year Art School; English National Opera have their prop making; the Faraday School (an independent primary school); fine artists; painters; sculptors; architects; designers; metal and wood workers; musicians; photographers; interior designers; film makers; web site and computer based creatives; craftspeople; arts administrators; event organisers; multi-media artists; writers; and a hologram firm. We are also home to Thames Clippers – as their operational base.
Performances and events take place here on a regular basis.
Trinity Buoy Wharf is run by Urban Space Management (TBW) Ltd. More information on www.urbanspace.com