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.
An excellent, film-friendly shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush boasting retail areas, a small loading bay, great exteriors and a very unique derelict looking industrial area.
Fantastic, large, multi-complex site with a variety of period and modern buildings with a great airport double, service areas and vacant period manor.
A beautiful Grade ll Listed building located in the heart of Westminster. Incredibly film-friendly and accessible, this Evangelical church features a breath-taking auditorium, two event halls, period corridors and even the original 1920s washrooms.
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.
Victorian Bath House:
Quirky and unique underground bar/restaurant space with original Moorish tiles and ornate detailing.
Magnificent 19th Century hall, with opulent decor, riverside terrace and assortment of below house corridors, catering kitchens, stairwells and halls.
Royal Gunpowder Mills:
The Royal Gunpowder Mills is an important heritage site with a fascinating 300 year history. Set in 170 acres of woodland including derelict outbuildings, disused bunkers and wild landscape settings.
House Of Detention:
The old Victorian House of Detention vaults dating back to the 1800s.
Atmospheric underground tunnels, both brick and stone, with extensive ground including run down period outbuildings, cannon trenches and dressed period guards quarters.