Bisley Rifle Camp:
The Bisley Camp offers a unique landscape of colonial American-inspired buildings and infrastructure. Covering vast grounds, there are opportunities for Period, American, Army and Countryside backdrops with a playing field for stunts, back lot builds and explosions. GU24
Empty warehouse space near Borough Market with textured walls and original features. SE1
The Hop Exchange:
Victorian grade II listed building with stunning tiled atrium overlooked by 3 tiers of wrought iron balconies and a glass pavillion roof.
Wellesley Barracks - Malta Barracks:
A secluded and controllable area of vacated and derelict old school military barracks.
A vast, disused MOD site incorporating vacant, semi-derelict buildings, a kitchen/canteen, an impressive sports hall, a large theatre space, officers' mess, controllable roads and ample hard standing.
Portland Head Quarters:
Portland Head Quarters forms part of Aldermaston Park and sits next to Aldermaston Court. Offering incredible brutalist exteriors and an amazing selection of interiors.
Also part of the wider Aldermaston Estate.
Crossness Pumping Station:
Crossness is a Grade 1 listed Victorian pumping station, showcasing original cast iron work and incredible industrial engineering. Whilst half of the pumping station has been restored to its former glory, the remaining half remains untouched, just as it was discovered. The location also features a more modern exhibition hall as well as beautiful exteriors.
Frogmore Paper Mill:
Large vacant period industrial space complete with a range of machinery, derelict spaces, fantastic period industrial features, and also featuring a private wharf.
A 17th century observatory museum set at the top of Greenwich Park with spectacular views of London. Features giant telescopes, a fantastic period courtyard and a contemporary planetarium.
A collection of esteemed museums encompassing the expansive and photogenic Greenwich Park. The collection consists of a Royal Observatory, a former royal residence, a historic dry-docked ship and the UK's leading maritime museum.