this is projekt
projekt works with developers,
housing associations, local authorities, government bodies and agencies to shape the character of new communities and revitalise unloved spaces.
this is projekt
projekt works with developers, housing associations, local authorities, government bodies and agencies to shape the character of new communities and revitalise unloved spaces.
projekt is a forward-thinking property company that works with some of the biggest developers, housing associations, local authorities, government bodies and agencies to shape the character of new communities and revitalise unloved spaces. It adds real value to developments, ensuring that people and businesses (and their needs) are integrated into building schemes of all sizes. projekt's work positively impacts the bottom line and delivers significant social and cultural capital.

projekt provides high-quality, mixed-use, affordable space for businesses, artists, designers and creative SMEs in London and the south east. It currently operates 300,000 square foot of workspace, studio space and hotel space across the capital and supports in excess of 250 creative businesses. It has a network of over 6,000 creative enterprises, from individual and embryonic artists to established cultural organisations. Flagship tenants include radical set design shop Block9, British Menswear Designer of the Year, Craig Green and immersive theatre pioneers Punchdrunk.
Developers are increasingly realising the benefits an integrated community element can bring to their schemes, and the work projekt does has been proven to play a key role in helping them secure planning permission.
projekt advises at masterplan and pre-development stages

It supervises space utilisation and fit-out during development phases

It subsequently manages buildings, filling spaces with artists, creatives, start-ups and entrepreneurs

It creates service establishments – food service, ancillary and event / exhibition spaces – to support tenants as they grow.










projekt makes better places – for now and the future.
profile
projekt is aforward-thinking property company that works with some of the biggest developers, housing associations, local authorities, government bodies and agencies to shape the character of new communities and revitalise unloved spaces. It adds real value to developments, ensuring that people and businesses (and their needs) are integrated into building schemes of all sizes. projekt's work positively impacts the bottom line and delivers significant social and cultural capital.

projekt provides high-quality, mixed-use, affordable space for businesses, artists, designers and creative SMEs in London and the south east. It currently operates 300,000 square foot of workspace, studio space and hotel space across the capital and supports in excess of 250 creative businesses. It has a network of over 6,000 creative enterprises, from individual and embryonic artists to established cultural organisations. Flagship tenants include radical set design shop Block9, British Menswear Designer of the Year, Craig Green and immersive theatre pioneers Punchdrunk.




Developers are increasingly realising the benefits an integrated community element can bring to their schemes, and the work projekt does has been proven to play a key role in helping them secure planning permission.
projekt advises at masterplan and pre-development stages

It supervises space utilisation and fit-out during development phases

It subsequently manages buildings, filling spaces with artists, creatives, start-ups and entrepreneurs

It creates service establishments – food service, ancillary and event / exhibition spaces – to support tenants as they grow.











projekt makes better places – for now and the future.
profile
projekt is about the future. As well as activating meanwhile sites, it works with its development partners and takes long-term head leases on commercial areas in final schemes. When and where possible, tenants are transitioned through.
Easthampstead Works, a new creative hub for Bracknell, with affordable office, workspace and hot desking.

If you are
  • a developer with a vision for a new scheme,
  • a local authority or housing association with a vacant site,
  • a private landowner wrestling with a redundant building
The Silver Building, a shared workspace and cultural centre in the Royal Docks. view project →

The Soho Studio Project Ltd, the first genuinely affordable workspace and co-working hub in London's Soho.

Clarendon Yards, a workspace and creative hub in Wood Green. view project →
projects
projekt includes the following active sites:
projekt can help
projects
projekt is about the future. As well as activating meanwhile sites, it works with its development partners and takes long-term head leases on commercial areas in final schemes. When and where possible, tenants are transitioned through.
Easthampstead Works, a new creative hub for Bracknell, with affordable office, workspace and hot desking.

If you are
  • a developer with a vision for a new scheme,
  • a local authority or housing association with a vacant site,
  • a private landowner wrestling with a redundant building
The Silver Building, a shared workspace and cultural centre in the Royal Docks.
view project →

The Soho Studio Project Ltd, the first genuinely affordable workspace and co-working hub in London's Soho.

Clarendon Yards, a workspace and creative hub in Wood Green. view project →
projekt and Nick Hartwright, its CEO, sit above a number of complementary businesses, including:
projekt can help
01/ Designing and setting up commercial space
We are plugged into the leading arts organisations in the capital and have c-suite relationships with a lot them. This includes everyone from theatre companies and arts groups to wider representative bodies (e.g. The Arts Council and British Council). We also work with companies and individuals who operate right on the cusp of artistic and cultural development. This is crucial to getting schemes off the ground. We have relationships with senior figures at City Hall and the majority of local London authorities, and also sit on several Arts, Culture and Enterprise boards. These relationships give us insight and valuable contacts. We can also help design and planning aspects. In addition, we have and will continue to secure GLA funding for Meanwhile projects.
We bring local communities and local authorities along with us. We have extremely strong relationships with regeneration team leaders at numerous London boroughs, which is vital in any planning application and ensures genuine community engagement.
We know how to sell projects to the press and the public – we generate a buzz around them. We do everything from traditional press to social media and we know how to craft stories that resonate with different audiences. In addition, we're also branding experts. We know how to give projects identities.
02/ Deliver cultural engagement
We populate buildings with paying tenants, and quickly. We have an extensive network of artists, SMEs and start-ups that are constantly in need of affordable space. We create bespoke environments for our tenants. As well as ensuring an events program which feeds directly into the placemaking strategy.
05/ Workspace/event space/ placemaking
06/ Deliver PR, marketing and communications
process
03/ Deliver GLA/Local Authority engagement
This is crucial to getting schemes off the ground. We have relationships with senior figures at City Hall who can help us get projects across the line. We can also help design and planning aspects. In addition, we have and will continue to secure GLA funding for projects.
04/ Deliver community engagement
Many of the buildings we activate are not much more than empty shells when we take them on. We know how to split them up and segment them to make them profitable. We work quickly, and with limited costs budgets, to deliver functioning, stylish spaces. If we also take on the commercial spaces that are built as part of final schemes, these final commercial spaces will be built in-line with learnings and insights taken from the meanwhile 'development and discovery' phase.
01/ Designing and setting up commercial space
We are plugged into the leading arts organisations in the capital and have c-suite relationships with a lot them. This includes everyone from theatre companies and arts groups to wider representative bodies (e.g. The Arts Council and British Council). We also work with companies and individuals who operate right on the cusp of artistic and cultural development. This is crucial to getting schemes off the ground. We have relationships with senior figures at City Hall and the majority of local London authorities, and also sit on several Arts, Culture and Enterprise boards. These relationships give us insight and valuable contacts. We can also help design and planning aspects. In addition, we have and will continue to secure GLA funding for Meanwhile projects.
We bring local communities and local authorities along with us. We have extremely strong relationships with regeneration team leaders at numerous London boroughs, which is vital in any planning application and ensures genuine community engagement.
We know how to sell projects to the press and the public – we generate a buzz around them. We do everything from traditional press to social media and we know how to craft stories that resonate with different audiences. In addition, we're also branding experts. We know how to give projects identities.
02/ Deliver cultural engagement
We populate buildings with paying tenants, and quickly. We have an extensive network of artists, SMEs and start-ups that are constantly in need of affordable space. We create bespoke environments for our tenants. As well as ensuring an events program which feeds directly into the placemaking strategy.
05/ Workspace/event space/ placemaking
06/ Deliver PR, marketing and communications
process
03/ Deliver GLA/Local Authority engagement
This is crucial to getting schemes off the ground. We have relationships with senior figures at City Hall who can help us get projects across the line. We can also help design and planning aspects. In addition, we have and will continue to secure GLA funding for projects.
04/ Deliver community engagement
Many of the buildings we activate are not much more than empty shells when we take them on. We know how to split them up and segment them to make them profitable. We work quickly, and with limited costs budgets, to deliver functioning, stylish spaces. If we also take on the commercial spaces that are built as part of final schemes, these final commercial spaces will be built in-line with learnings and insights taken from the meanwhile 'development and discovery' phase.
Nick Hartwright – CEO

Nick Hartwright is one of the UK's leading social entrepreneurs and a proponent of long-term, sustainable and holistic regeneration. He is also an ardent supporter of the arts and culture-based projects and wants to make them accessible to all. Nick is the founder of projekt. read more →
people
Justin Burt
Design Director

Justin is projekt's in-house design director. He drives projekt's creative and utilitarian aesthetics and his role is all encompassing. As well as developing design concepts he works closely with architectural partners, engages contractors and oversees construction processes. read more →
Joe Covill
In-house Legal Director and
Project Manager

Joe is an operations and project manager. He deals with all commercial agreements and company formalities and manages relations with investors and stakeholders. Joe is also involved in negotiating for new sites and general operations. read more →
Mandeep Tutt
Project Director

Mandy comes from an events producer and operations director background. A culture and arts enthusiast, Mandy fosters and cements relationships with arts-focused businesses and institutions and maintains projekt's network of creative businesses. Mandy is the driving force behind The Soho Studio Project. read more →
people
Nick Hartwright – CEO

Nick Hartwright is one of the UK's leading social entrepreneurs and a proponent of long-term, sustainable and holistic regeneration. He is also an ardent supporter of the arts and culture-based projects and wants to make them accessible to all. Nick is the founder of projekt.read more →
Justin Burt
Design Director

Justin is projekt's in-house design director. He drives projekt's creative and utilitarian aesthetics and his role is all encompassing. As well as developing design concepts he works closely with architectural partners, engages contractors and oversees construction processes. read more →
Joe Covill
In-house Legal Director and
Project Manager

Joe is an operations and project manager. He deals with all commercial agreements and company formalities and manages relations with investors and stakeholders. Joe is also involved in negotiating for new sites and general operations. read more →
Mandeep Tutt
Project Director

Mandy comes from an events producer and operations director background. A culture and arts enthusiast, Mandy fosters and cements relationships with arts-focused businesses and institutions and maintains projekt's network of creative businesses. Mandy is the driving force behind The Soho Studio Project. read more →
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a developer with a vision for a new scheme,
a local authority or housing association with a vacant site,
a private landowner wrestling with a redundant building,







projekt can help