Co-working space in old temperance hospital officially opens

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A NEW co-working space which has been developed in the former National Temperance Hospital in London is being officially opened today.

The scheme from the Camden Collective has been realised in the former Insull wing of the art deco hospital on Hampstead Road.

The hospital itself was built in the 1870s with the William Binnie-designed Insull Memorial Wing added in the 1930s after a $160,000 donation from Samuel Insull.

Now branded as the Collective Temperance Hospital, the project offers three floors of workspace with free hot desking facilities, meeting rooms and subsidised individual offices for startups in the creative industries.

The new facility, which has received funding from the Mayor of London, boasts cycle parking, wifi, boardrooms, lockers, 24 hour access and communal kitchen areas.

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