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News: Independent review required to ensure conservation

17th November 2020

The damage that we do to ourselves and the environment by continuing on the throw away, everything is disposable track, whether cheap, one wear fashion or needlessly demolishing existing buildings is at last coming into focus. More

News: In pictures: new studios installation

28th August 2020

Urban Space Management (Container City™) installed new studios on the rooftop of the Main Stores building at Trinity Buoy Wharf. More

News: Buck Street Market: New eco-friendly market built from recycled shipping containers opens in Camden

11th March 2020

A new eco-friendly market in Camden built out of 88 recycled shipping containers opened today. Designed by architect Eric Reynolds, one of the original pioneers of Camden Market in the 1970s, the entire 26,000 sq ft three-storey Buck Street Market claims to be zero-plastic. More

News: David Kohn wins Birmingham Smithfield competition

20th January 2020

The project is part of Lendlease’s £1.5bn Smithfield regeneration project which aims to be a “new destination in the heart of the city centre” with cultural and leisure attractions as well as a retail and housing. More

News: Work with us! Bookkeeper job opportunity

17th January 2020

Urban Space Holdings Group is looking to recruit a bookkeeper to join the finance team. The group operates in a variety of industries including property management, events, construction and boat building. More

News: Time Out London: Camden is getting a huge new shipping-container market

15th January 2020

A new shipping-container market is set to open in Camden Town, revamping the market-stall site on Buck Street. More

News: In pictures: Camden Market scheme works in progress

3rd October 2019

Our Container City™ team has been commissioned to design and build a new shipping container scheme for Buck Street (Camden Market), located next to Camden Town Underground station. More

News: Introducing the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Prize

7th May 2019

“Drawing lies at the heart of all industry. It is about doctors, cartographers and the workmen who paint lines onto our roads; it is not just about art schools and Rembrandt.” Stephen Farthing RA, speaking at the launch of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2019 More

News: Charles Saumarez Smith reflects on “The Wharf” screening

7th February 2019

"We went this evening to see a film about Trinity Buoy Wharf which I strongly recommend if and when it is shown more widely." More

News: Locally-driven approach needed to rejuvenate High Streets

20th December 2018

Retail industry experts have called for a community-focused approach to tackling the challenges facing High Streets and Town Centres. More