The Vanway once housed the final stage of the printing process, in which vans would collect newspapers hot off the press for UK distribution. With original features, the space is accessed through large, industrial shutter doors. The Vanway is an excellent space for unique product launches and performances. 67m (L) x 21m (W) x 6m (H)
Publishing was referred to as 'The Chapel' in its factory days and still retains original machinery in its ceiling, providing the perfect industrial backdrop for events. With ample power and operational flexibility, this unique space offers the ability to deliver small to large-scale productions, fantastic for filming and experiential events. 66m (L) x 30m (W) x 2.7m (H)
HSBC stands for 'High Speed Bagging Company' and once housed a huge production line for the insertion of CDs, magazines and leaflets into the newspapers by hand. At 2,244 sq. m, this is the largest open floor space within the printworks complex. Hire of HSBC also includes a number of smaller offices overlooking the space, ideal for production teams and smaller meetings. 66m (L) x 34m (W) x 5m (H)
Reel Storage was built as an extension of the factory to store reels of paper, which is why its interior is more polished than the other warehouses. It offers almost 935 sq. m of open space and an impressive 6.7m ceiling height, making it popular as a main plenary for conferences. 55m (L) x 17m (W) x 6.7m (H)
The Press Halls are the jewel in Printworks' crown and retain original printing press machinery and industrial features. The space is soundproof as it once printed papers 24-hours a day, seven days a week. It is comprised of two areas; The Live Box and Main Hall, when combined offers 3,328 sq. m of floor space that can accommodate larger scale events. Main Hall: 128m (L) x 13m (W) x 16.8m (H) Live Box: 82m (L) x 13m (W) x 16.8m (H)
Printworks London is proud to announce its newest space: Control Room. This venue is perfect for drinks receptions, smaller conferences of up to 220 guests, private parties and product launches. The space features bespoke steel structure bars, a central bar (which also doubles up as an open kitchen), original industrial features, a private dedicated entrance and a self-contained event space.