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Upstairs, downstairs: Top 5 basements and rooftops

Up above or down below, we can take you there! Here are some of our best rooftop/basement combinations – take a look to see where they could lead you.

1. The Magistrates Court

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Tower Bridge Magistrates Court offers access to rooftops on various levels, perfectly suited for stunts, as well as a huge maze-like basement that leads you through eerie, deserted rooms.

Interested in filming here? Email Sarah.

2. National Audit Office

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The National Audit Office has rooftop views spanning from 18th Century London right to the 21st Century. Whether it’s a period backdrop you’re looking for or a modern day skyline, the National Audit Office features both, making it a truly remarkable location.

Interested in filming here? Email Sarah.

3. Central St Martins

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Beneath Central St Martins, an incredible multi-purpose site, lies an abandoned basement with corridors and arched doorways that open to numerous versatile spaces. Above, you will find a vast rooftop overlooking fantastic views of both modern and period buildings.

Interested in filming here? Email Su.

4. Kings College Waterloo

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Kings College Waterloo features an amazing, industrial rooftop perfect for stunts and chase scenes against a backdrop of some of London’s most astonishing landmarks.

Interested in filming here? Email Tabby.

5. The Mail Centre

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An industrial multi-storey building leading up to an impressively large rooftop with iconic views, ideal for a chilling zombie apocalypse feature film or a harrowing crime drama, The Mail Centre is open to endless possibilities.

Interested in filming here? Email Su.

Say hello to Annie  

Say hello to Annie

Annie joined Sarah’s team at The Collective in 2014. She was born and raised in London, but went North to study Fine Art. She hopes one day to travel America in a Ford Thunderbird like Thelma and Louise (her all-time favourite film), just not with the same ending.

Say hello to Annie on 0203 7733 703 or email her.

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