The ECBN Creative Hubs tour of London finished late on Saturday night. When we are recovered, we will report back properly but for now, here are the headlines.

Day one: Shoreditch and Hackney Wick

The Shoreditch Trusts’ incredible model for creative workspace can help put creative industries at the heart of communities.

East Road - Shoreditch Trust

Club Workspace have a new model for coworking. Workspace Group house one in fifty creative businesses in the capital, and have shaped the map of London’s creative industries.

Clerkwenwell Workshops - Workspace Group

Hackney Wick is hard to reach, but worth the trip. The strongest creative community we found on the tour.

White Building - Hackney Wick

Day two: Docklands, North Greenwich and Borough

At Trinity Buoy Wharf, Urban Space Management have helped to create a pioneer creative community.

Trinity Buoy Wharf

Ravensbourne’s stunning building shouldn’t mean you overlook their great reputation for linking their start ups with big business.


Charles Landry gives a good tour of Borough Market.

The future of the high street - Borough Market

Don’t squeeze too many people in the lift at the Hospital Club.

Day three: Hub Westminster and the South Bank

Hub Westminster put the social into social enterprise.

Southbank Centre shows how great urban design can create great places where people want to be.

Big London