Ebury Edge is a temporary work and community space at the heart of Westminster, providing affordable workspace and retail units, a cafe, community hall and public courtyard.
We are excited to be back at business after the last lockdown. Both our shops and the Ebury by Fat Macy's yard terrace is now open for bookings. It's gonna be an epic summer.
We're still taking applications for our retail incubator space - do you have an idea you want to test for 2-3 months? Get in touch today.
Every neighbourhood needs a space to mingle, relax, and meet friends. Combined with amazing food this makes for a perfect combination. The social enterprise Fat Macy's runs the restaurant/deli at Ebury Edge providing a new local food and community destination whilst training up young Londoners living in temporary accommodation and helping them move into their own homes.
Plenty of room for community events, workshops, and meetings. The community hall is a space to meet, learn, exchange, and celebrate. We'd love to hear about your ideas and thoughts on how this space can work. Please fill in this 5 minute survey.
74 sqms in total
Hire for community events for one off or regular events
Chairs and tables provided
Different setups possible
Our courtyard is a multi-purpose space for the local community. Enjoy your lunch and coffee from Fat Macy's, bring your kids, or maybe run an outdoor market yourself? Get in touch if you have any ideas.
Ebury Edge is a meanwhile use project in Westminster that is scheduled to run from 2020 – 2024 whilst the surrounding area is in transition.
Westminster Council's regeneration of the Ebury Bridge Estate just south of London Victoria will see the renewal of existing housing blocks and the creation of 750 new homes on the premises on Ebury Bridge Road, which is located between the former Chelsea Barracks and the train lines to the East and the river Thames to the South.
In the meantime, Ebury Edge is an amazing opportunity to make the most of a space in transition, creating workspaces for local people and small businesses, a local cafe with an adjacent community hall, as well as a public courtyard in the yard.
The project is funded by Westminster City Council, designed by Jan Kattein Architects and operated by Meanwhile Space CIC.