Trinity Buoy Wharf is a growing centre for the arts and cultural enterprises in East London. A place where creative people can experiment, put down roots and grow.
There are currently over 100 people working on site and a range of exhibitions and events take place during the year.
Workshops, studios, performance and rehearsal space and multi media workshops.
Container City I & II – creative workspace made from converted shipping containers.
A pleasing mixture of new build and carefully preserved existing buildings with plenty of open space.
The training centre for L’Ouverture, a charity working to develop the potential of young people in theatre, the arts and IT.
Trinity Buoy Wharf is managed by Trinity Buoy Wharf Space Management (TBWSM), a subsidiary of Urban Space Management. TBWSM was selected to run the site by the London Docklands Development Corporation following a competition that was held in 1997.
Urban Space Management have been involved in the creation and management of craft workshops, visitor attractions, mixed arts/cultural enterprises and leisure spaces since the early seventies. Projects include Camden Lock, Old Spitalfields Market, Gabriel’s Wharf, Greenwich Market and more. Recent awards include the BURA awards for Best Practise in Urban Regeneration and a Civic Trust award for the regeneration of Merton Abbey Mills.