Creative Works

A place for work and life

Blackhorse Ln, Walthamstow, London E17 6DS, UK

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Creative Works is a business community and learning hub in the heart of E17’s Regeneration Zone. We provide flexible workspace memberships for local SMEs who want to work in a productive environment and become part of a growing network of creatives. As well as offices, meeting rooms and an exciting events programme, our members have the opportunity to work with ambitious young people from the local area through BCE’s Apprenticeship Training Scheme. We’re an inclusive and inquisitive bunch who are always open to new projects, partnerships and opportunities for collaboration. Our ultimate goal is to enhance the success & wellbeing of our members and the wider community by making quality workspace more accessible. Our ecosystem facilitates the exchange of knowledge, experience and ideas between professionals, and in doing so also provides young learners with the chance to gain valuable experience in the creative industries. As a Community Interest Company (CIC), we’re always looking to give back: surplus income from membership fees is channelled back into apprenticeships or subsidised rents for local startups. We champion the circular economy by partnering with local suppliers and adopting sustainable practices. Creative Works is: Community-driven Inclusive Ambitious Creative-minded Environmentally-friendly Local Flexible Forward-thinking Agile Educational



Workspace Accreditation Provider

Mayor of London

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  • The accreditation is the first of its kind for the workspace sector. Its aim is in keeping with our own: to keep London’s workspaces “open, diverse and affordable for all Londoners”. The scheme also helps benchmark workspace providers against community impact priorities. Read more:


Grant from the Social Enterprise Support Fund

The National Lottery Community Fund

  • Creative Works has received a grant from the Social Enterprise Support Fund. It will enable us to provide free business support to members and free desks to members who take on an apprentice. The funding, which is distributed by Big Issue Impact, will help us to enhance the success and wellbeing of our members and the wider E17 community – including young local learners – by making quality workspace more accessible. Our recent workspace accreditation from the Local Enterprise Partnership for London (LEAP) also reflects this goal. Funding for the grant is provided by the National Lottery Community Fund. Read More:

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