Success Stories

Our management team has over three decades experience of running community projects, in a range of properties since 1992, most recently the Hive Dalston on our network. 

We have built up a network of arts and community groups across London that are always looking for creative space.

An alliance of groups who want to see the efficient and wise use of our community infrastructure.

In Liason with our contacts at the GLA we helped to insert recommendations for meanwhile use into the London Plan for the next 20 years. 

“The Hive created a massive diversity of events including arts, cultural, community, small business startup, NGO, Council, business / corporate through to local school and theatre / dance groups
 Helping to bring together Hackney and the wider London community, with the council, NGOs and local business / Landlords and developers in a cooperative framework. As well as creating positive media.”       Jake Ferguson -Hackney Community Voluntary services 

Community Open mic nights

“We need more places like the Hive in London as the city is in danger of overheating and pricing out anything experimental more open or alternative”
Charles Landry author Creative Cities
Mayoral Hustings held to question candidates at the Hive Dalston
Hackney Gazette Article

“Everyone who attended our strategy day was made to feel comfortable in a very welcoming and safe space. We were really impressed by the imaginative and creative use of space and the innovative ways of working which were open and inclusive and very sensitive to the needs of the organisation.” Alistair Binny Lubbock – Hackney Green party Events officer

I hosted an event on behalf of Greenpeace for International Earth Day 2017.
The event was a huge success we raised an astronomical amount for environmental causes. The project was extremely accommodating with outstanding organisational skills and friendly manner
Tess Lotter F 2 F campaign assistant Greenpeace UK
Janice Duke’s ‘Freedom’ exhibition at the Hive