An unspoilt Victorian street/factory area with walled garden.
25 Lavington Street:
Vacant office building over five floors with huge potential including rooftop, service areas and parking in central London.
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.
1960's refurbished office building with impressive circular atrium, vacant space located over 4 floors and rooftop car park.
Old Engine Room:
Original Victorian Engine House with an outside terrace offering impressive views over the Wetlands.
The Assembly Hall:
A functioning modernist assembly hall with a large, double height main hall, a stage and various smaller meeting rooms. On site parking for 25 cars.
Victorian pumping station which can be used a period railway station double or police station.
Victoria Line Tube Carriage, with fully working doors and photography grade lighting. The lighting is fully dimmable, with CCT and controlled via Artnet-DMX.
Old Malt Factory:
An impressive, iconic, disused factory site incorporating a variety of vacant warehouse/office spaces and factory buildings.
Leyton Orient Stadium:
Football stadium established in 1937 with a 9,200 spectator capacity situated in the East End of London. Various meeting rooms, offices, event spaces and stadium facilities available for filming and photography.