In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary wants you to close your eyes and image the scene. Because this episode is all about the moving picture. Audio is great, but one thing that the pandemic has taught us all is that asa global community, we love to consume TV and film.
Film studios have more than just their big box, tall ceiling, no pillar physicality in common with sheds, the sector – like logistics – is booming. And nowhere more so than in Enfield. A part of London becoming so synonymous with TV and film production, that those in the business have re-named the North London borough, EnFlix.
Listen in to this 50-minute conversation with Mark Bradbury, director of property & economy at Enfield Council, Becky Butler, head of operations at Location Collective, Helena McKenzie, head of inward investment & business development at Film London and Dan Holford, technical development director at SEGRO, to out more about how Enfield is making sure it can feed the increasing demand in the area for film and TV studios, what this growing sector of the market means for the regeneration of the borough and how the UK is fast becoming the place for TV and film production.