Impressive Brutalist office building located over 6 floors with rooftop access, an underground car park and space for unit parking.
St Nicholas House:
1970's office building located in zone 5 South London. Consisting of 8 floors with an underground car park and rooftop access showing views of iconic London Buildings.
One Broadgate Circle:
Vacant floors spread over multiple levels with interconnecting atriums on the 5th and 6th floors providing an architecturally unique office location.
Greenwich Magistrates Court:
Grade 2 listed and vacant Magistrates' Court building with 3 wooden panelled court rooms, cells and an impressive reception area.
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.
The Magistrates' Court:
Vacant 1980s purpose built Magistrates’ Court, comprising 75,000 sq/ft of offices, court rooms, holding cells and a wealth of Police Station and Hospital double potential. Production Offices and Unit Base on site, all within Zone 2.
The Former HQ Office Block:
Vacant, partially furnished building, with working electricity and amenities. Perfect for production space. Located just outside the M25, ample parking available.
Beautiful girls' school dating back to 1440, with great Tudor interiors and exteriors, a chapel, library and period classrooms and a fantastic private courtyard with church and period buildings.
The Supreme Court:
Boasting a diverse mix of 3 traditional and modern courtrooms, The Supreme Court is an immensely versatile location with additional function and meeting rooms, one of the most private libraries in the UK as well as stunning corridors and a stone staircase.
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.