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Now is a great time to relocate

Now is a great time to relocate your operation to Creative Estuary.

It’s wide open for entrepreneurial start-ups and established companies wanting space to grow. Whether you are looking to relocate from outside of the area or are one of the amazing creative businesses already in the region, looking to take full advantage of the rich resources the area has to offer, Creative Estuary has something for you.

Whatever your business Creative Estuary is a good place for making.

Our Property Portal

Our Creative Estuary property portal will help steer your business to where it needs to be, helping to identify the perfect location and facilities to enable you to make the move to an area brimming with creative vibrancy.

Featuring all types of properties, the property portal is a go-to tool for those wanting to work, collaborate and grow in a region that is dedicated to creating sustainable workspaces that support people and networks to embed creative industries in the region.
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Hello Retreat by Katrina Palmer - Estuary 2021 - East Beach - photo Mark MasseyHello Retreat by Katrina Palmer - Estuary 2021 - East Beach - photo Mark Massey

Why move to Creative Estuary?

With significant investment into the region, Creative Estuary is set to become one of the most exciting creative hubs in the UK. Here’s why:

Connectivity to London and international markets

Fast rail connections to London and to the Continent via Ebbsfleet and Ashford International, plus air connections from London Southend Airport to European destinations.

Innovative and creative talent

The region has several of universities, including University of Essex, University of Kent, and the University for the Creative Arts are the source of many talented graduates. There is also pool of local talented creative people, many freelancing and collaborating across disciplines and media – from gaming to films, from fashion to music.

Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, photography by Mark SeppleQueen's Theatre Hornchurch, photography by Mark Sepple
Creative and cultural networks

Creative businesses including in design, gaming, fashion, filmmaking and music production, are making a significant and growing contribution to the Estuary’s economy. And leading cultural organisations have invested in the Estuary, from the Royal Opera House to Turner Contemporary.

REBEL photograph by Mark MasseyREBEL photograph by Mark Massey
Inspiring open spaces and heritage

From Chatham Historic Dockyard to Rainham Marshes nature reserve. The Estuary has a long history of maritime legend, ancient settlements, diverse communities, fascinating stories and rich wildlife.

Estuary 2021. Courtesy of Metal Platform Crude Britannia. Photo: Richard HouguezEstuary 2021. Courtesy of Metal Platform Crude Britannia. Photo: Richard Houguez
Training and career development

Further Education colleges are providing relevant vocational training creatives at all stages of their careers.

Photography by Martin Brown Cloud 9 Festival at Ebbsfleet Garden CityPhotography by Martin Brown Cloud 9 Festival at Ebbsfleet Garden City

Find out more about Creative Estuary

Discover more about Creative Estuary and how it is driving forward the creative and economic evolution of this unique region.