It’s our business to create spaces you’ll love to work in
We own and manage a diverse collection of over 100 characterful workspaces across South-West London, including offices, workshops, retail units, restaurants and pubs, ranging from 100 ft2 to over 5000 ft2.
When you rent from us , you're dealing directly with the owners. So, not only does this mean a smoother process for you , it means we care about the historical architecture of our developments, and we aim to preserve the integrity of the surrounding area.
We’re proud of the long-term relationships we’ve built up with our occupiers, who currently include Anya Hindmarch at The Plough Brewery and Rob Van Helden Floral Design at Tun Yard and Rick Stein at Tideway Yard and Winch Design at Tideway Yard and Foundry Mews.
'Setting up a new design practice in itself can be a stressful affair, but we were fortunate enough to find the perfect studio at the Old Powerstation, let and managed by Marstons.
From helping us find the perfect space in the first place to now helping with any maintenance issues efficiently and promptly, Jane and Alessandra have taken a lot of that stress away, leaving us to concentrate on building our business.'
Carter Studio, The Old Power Station
Foundry Mews, Barnes High Street, SW13
Completed in May 2017 this mixed use office residential scheme is located in the centre of Barnes Village. The development has provided 9 ground floor studio offices/ workspaces and 1 first floor unit, which range from 388 sq ft to 996 sq ft. Now fully let, the workspace has provided Businesses’ including Mercer Design, Latimer Vintners and Alcantara Evans Architects a fabulous new and creative environment to work from.
See where some creative minds are at work!
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Are you new to the area? Our helpful guides give you a taste of what it’s like to live in your chosen pocket of South-West London.
We have a standard lease and licence form for each site. If you take on a lease you will need to instruct a solicitor, with each party bearing their own legal costs. Should you take on a property on a short-term basis we can issue a simple licence directly, without the need for a solicitor, and you don’t have to commit for more than six months.
We ask for a rental deposit when you take possession of the space, which is usually equal to three months’ rent.
You’ll need to supply references from your bank, your accountant and one other supplier, as well as your latest set of audited accounts.