Acme, supporting artists since 1972

Harrow Road, NW10

Address
Ground Floor, 733 Harrow Road, London, NW10 5BQ

Description
New-build studio block designed and built in partnership with Kensington Housing Trust part of Catalyst Housing Group, consisting of 12 self-contained studios ranging from 240f² to 340f² (22m² to 32m² ). The studios occupy a ground floor of one of the buildings facing onto Harrow Road, whilst affordable residential apartments are managed by Kensington Housing Trust.

Established
2010. The Harrow Road studios were developed in partnership with Catalyst Housing Group and the purchase part-funded by Arts Council England’s Grants for the arts - capital programme.

Local Authority
London Borough of Brent.

Access
All studios are level access on the ground floor. There is an entryphone and fob swipe key to main entrance, with a key for each studio.

Other facilities
Bike store, two wheelchair accessible toilets and communal wash-up facilities.

Current Rent
£14.75 per square foot per year.

Review Date
April 2018

Parking
Loading bay and space for disabled parking. Pay and display bay on Harrow Road.

Public Transport
Kensal Green underground and national rail. Number 18 bus from Euston to Sudbury Town.

Harrow Road, NW10. Photo: Greg Goodale (2010)

Harrow Road, NW10. Photo: Greg Goodale (2010)

733 Harrow Road, Kensal Green, NW10

733 Harrow Road, Kensal Green, NW10

Part funded by Arts Council England Grants for the arts - capital programme

Part funded by Arts Council England Grants for the arts - capital programme

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Between 1996 and 2012 Acme received £3.2m of capital funding from Arts Council England which supported the creation of six permanent affordable studios in London: Copperfield Road, Fire Station, Galleria, Harrow Road, Leven Road and Matchmakers Wharf. This resulted in 186 studios and 12 work/live units in four London boroughs.