Digital & Creative Industries

Creative Space Management has a long track record for developing creative and digital workspace to meet the needs of fast-growing companies in the sector.

Every project has its own character and flavour but they all offer thoughtfully considered communal space, scalable IT infrastructure, a great front-of-house team and a community of occupiers that together generate a stimulating environment in which to do business.

Most recently Electric Works, Tower Works and Toffee Factory have been developed for public sector partners with requirements for accelerated job growth from high growth clusters providing good quality jobs and encouraging student retention in UK core cities.

Creative Space provides an environment which adds to the competitive edge of businesses based in the buildings we manage.  With high growth companies such as FlashTalking, Wandisco, Hedley McEwan and Warp Films emerging from Creative Space managed clusters, it is clear that despite the recession there is great potential for many small companies to take on new staff and increase sales nationally and internationally.

what our clients say

It is the perfect location for us to take our business to the next level. It ticks all the boxes for us in terms of our requirements.

Allan Findlow, Sales Director, Drive Management Services.

Case Studies

The Core, Science Central, Newcastle upon Tyne

Entrusted with developing the detailed business plan for a 5,000 sq m growth accelerator for spin-out companies from Newcastle University and for firms focused on science, technology and sustainability,…

Toffee Factory, Newcastle

Opened in December 2011, Toffee Factory began development in 2009 when Creative Space Management was appointed to undertake a preliminary feasibility study. The company undertook further detailed business planning,…

Publish Interactive

Publish Interactive, which provides e-publishing software solutions for market research publishers, moved its then small team into the Round Foundry Media Centre in 2009 and in just three years…