Twickenham Film Studios to spend £15 million on new redevelopment works of studio complex.

Twickenham Film Studios is to spend £15 million on new redevelopment works of the studios complex.


The proposed development on St Margaret’s Road will include a ‘state-of-the-art’ TV studio; upgraded sound production studios; a second sound mixing suite; and the construction of a new entrance building creating new public spaces with flexible workspaces, a boutique cinema, a café and rooftop social bar area.


The investment will create a contemporary, innovative, and enhanced film and TV campus for the next generation of film-makers and creative’s; also supporting the local economy and adding an exciting new facility to the community.


“Twickenham Film Studios has a rich heritage, having made some of history’s most iconic Hollywood and British films and TV shows. The significant investment in the regeneration and expansion of the site and its facilities will enhance our whole studio campus” said Cara Sheppard, Twickenham Film Studios managing director. “We are investing heavily into securing the best industry talent as well as the latest technologies that, combined, will ensure the next chapter for Twickenham Studios is even more successful than the last.”


Managing partners Piers Read and Jeremy Rainbird who’s company The Creative District Improvement Co, who together acquired Twickenham Studios in February 2020, and backing the investment said “This is the evolution of Twickenham Film Studios into a truly world-class tech and innovation campus in London, building on over a century of film history. The expansion means we can welcome even more productions and film-makers of all levels.”


Twickenham Film Studios goal is to be sustainable for the next 25 years and beyond, improving the offering to lead the way with the latest innovation trends and technologies.  The planning application for the expansion and renovation has been submitted to Richmond Council. Building is expected to begin later this year with completion before October 2022.


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