Unit DG.1

  • An impressive public facing studio with natural light through the large glass front. It would work well as a dual workspace/showroom, or retail space. Currently used as a gallery.
  • One of the most sought-after studios in the development, this space boasts concrete floors, an abundance of natural light, a separate workshop/storage area and a mezzanine level that provides extra space for your creative projects
  • This design-conscious studio is well proportioned and has been carefully designed to create a bright, spacious working space
  • Private entrance and easy loading access
  • Ground floor, public facing
  • Offers from £3,480 per month including Service Charge (security, building insurance, heating, etc)
  • Available from 1st July 2023

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Applications close midday on 12th June.

  • Floor area 1,281 ft2 (119 m2)
  • Features
    • Natural light
    • Wi-Fi
    • Hardwired internet
    • Mezzanine floor
    • Site-wide CCTV
    • Ground floor
    • Shared kitchen

Floor plans

About us

We offer a working community designed to inspire you within our iconic Bussey Building and repurposed warehouse spaces. The former Victorian factory and outhouses are now home to a vibrant community of small independent businesses, including bars, restaurants and fitness & lesiure use. In addition to these on-site facilities, we offer 24-hour staff presence and a network of talented creatives working alongside you.

By joining our community, you will benefit from:

  • A resident loyalty card offering discounts within the Copeland Park community
  • Marketing support via our website, newsletters & social media
  • Networking opportunities within our dynamic creative community of over 300 creative businesses spanning art, architecture, design and fashion, photography, music, publication, events, retail, wellness, fitness and more
  • A range of on-site amenities, from independently run shops to bars, cafes, yoga, gym and more
  • A host of weekly events ranging from exhibitions, markets and immersive experiences within Copeland Gallery and Unit 08 as well as the annual site takeover of Peckham Festival – a community arts festival bringing 15-20,000 visitors over the weekend