Estate Management

Creative Space provides high quality estate management for commercial properties as well as mixed use estates.

In 2011, the company won the contract to operate the Round Foundry and Marshalls Mill estates for the award winning Aviva Igloo Regeneration Fund.  Since taking on the estates, Creative Space has made significant improvements to the residential and commercial management, significantly increasing the rate of lease renewals, building stronger relationships with tenants as well as reducing insurance and service charges for occupiers.

Creative Space also manages the twelve residential apartments on the estate, coordinating a programme of reinvestment as well as accelerating new lettings.

In the coming year, Creative Space will be working on new management projects for clusters of buildings and public realm on behalf of our clients.

what our clients say

The energy, vision and enthusiasm that Toby and Paul brought to the project within a very challenging timescale were of great importance in helping GYBC secure grants of over £6m to enable works to begin on conversion of the Grade 1 listed St. George’s Chapel. The highly credible outline Business Plan has proved to be a sound basis for developing a viable enterprise, enabling work to commence on site with a high level of confidence.

Peter Hardy, Director, Economy and Environment, Great Yarmouth Borough Council.

Case Studies

Electric Works, Sheffield

In 2007, Creative Space Management was appointed by Sheffield City Council (following a competitive dialogue process), to manage a 12 year contract to operate The Hub Building at Sheffield…

Flashtalking

Flashtalking, a global provider of digital advertising software, was launched by technical director Dan Freeman and managing director Paul Cunningham, from their respective Leeds and London homes in 2001.…

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…