Scratch Hub is our new co-working space for local businesses, creatives and charities in our beautifully remodelled building. It's a creative space for unleashing great ideas.
Over 50 workspaces are available with hot-desking options, meeting and social spaces, and high speed Wi-Fi. Membership of the space is curated by Battersea Arts Centre to create a diverse community which supports:
Other benefits include events for co-learning and use of a space at the front of the building for launches and receptions. You’ll also get discounts on tickets to Battersea Arts Centre shows and on food and drink in the Scratch Bar.
Being a member of the Scratch Hub will give you the opportunity to take creative risks and grow.
Scratch Hub is designed by award-winning architects Haworth Tompkins with the interior and up-cycled furniture by Jeannine Inglis-Hall and Gary Campbell - making it a very stylish space. There are areas for collaborating, working quietly and socialising.
‘Scratch Hub’ is inspired by ‘scratch’ - a process we’ve been using since 2000 to develop ideas for theatre. ‘Scratch’ can be used by anyone who wants to get creative and has been adopted as far away as Sydney and New York. By testing a small idea with people first – a ‘scratch’ - you can develop even better ideas.
Memberships begin at £125 per month for 60 hours of flexible hot-desking, and go up to £275 per month for a full-time fixed desk.
Only a limited number of memberships are available - get in touch today.
Please express your interest here and we'll get back to you very soon.
For more information about the Scratch Hub and details on the different memberships, please:
You can also get in touch by email or phone
Call: 020 7223 2223
Images of the space will become available in the coming weeks.
Thanks to Battersea Power Station a limited number of means-tested Scratch Hub Springboard memberships are available if you live and work in Wandsworth or Lambeth. Due to demand, please note: applications for Springboard memberships are currently closed until autumn 2019.
The Scratch Hub is supported by the Mayor of London and Battersea Power Station Foundation.