Bussey Buildings

  • About
    The Bussey Building is an early 20th century reinforced concrete industrial structure, brick-clad with most of its decorative features on the side facing the railway tracks. It originally acted as advertising for Bussey and Co, the well-known sporting goods manufacturers. George Bussey was an eminent Victorian industrialist and entrepreneur. The factory made cricket bats from its own willow farm in Suffolk. There are magnificent views of central London from the three roofs. The factory was, when it was built, one of Peckham's tallest buildings.

    Now known as CIP House, in the Copeland Industrial Park, it is tucked away behind Bournemouth Road and Rye Lane. The Park hosts many small businesses, artists, faith groups, and cultural arts and exhibition spaces.
  • Address
    133 Rye Lane
    SE15 4ST

Members of Mandy who have worked for Bussey Buildings