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Hackney Wick: Fish Island | Summer 2018 Updates

Hackney Wick: Fish Island - Issue 2

Hackney Wick: Fish Island is a prime place to be and visit in east London. With its local culture and history as a borough, there is no shortage of places to go for the latest trending cuisine, craft beer or art events out of a re-purposed industrial space.

 

 

Office Occupiers to add to add to Hackney Wick: Fish Island's diverse demographic 

Hackney Wick Fish Island’s (HW:FI) unique characteristics and diverse demographic is loved by its residents and an increasing number of business owners from a wide range of sectors. The changing blend of new residents and occupiers is creating a vibrant, economically important area of London filled with innovation, culture and leisure.

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Places to be & see

 

From rock climbing and yoga to a Scottish salmon smokery and even a boat bar (or two) in the canal. Check out some of the area top spots.

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Occupier Spotlight 

 

The London Centre for Book Arts - a stalwart of Fish Island’s traditional printing industry. LCBA’s artist-run, open-access workshops offer a range of classes for every level.

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Development Spotlight | HWK

 

East London based developer, Aitch Group, is committed to Hackney Wick and they’re bringing forward a number of mixed-use schemes to further regenerate the area. Read about their three new developments. 

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Available Now

 

A selection of spaces currently available across HW:FI include:

  • New build office space
  • Creative workspaces
  • Canal-front retail space

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Hackney Wick Station Update

 

Residents and businesses will now start to benefit from the regeneration of Hackney Wick station which just completed in late May. Read all about it. 

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