• Swing Bridge

    Swing Bridge

    Built in 1880, this restored, historic 27-tonne cast iron swing bridge crosses the River Ouse and is a Grade II listed structure open to pedestrians and cyclists. Located in a rural setting with beautiful downland scenery around it, this is a great backdrop for filming and photography.

  • Multi-Storey Car Park

    Multi-Storey Car Park

    Open topped multi-storey car park located next to a river running through a small city. Great location for urban, gritty filming.

  • Railway Bridge Over River

    Railway Bridge Over River

    Railway bridge crossing the River Adur, going from a large recreation ground across to a residential area. Ideal location for transport or architectural filming.

  • 1960s Chapel

    1960s Chapel

    Designed in the early 1960s, this chapel has a strong external form with a wall-mounted sculpture over the covered entrance. The interior is particularly impressive with original stained glass to the sides and exposed steelwork within the roof canopy. There are many contemporary interior features that have been retained.

  • Seafront Cafe and Architectural Landmark

    Seafront Cafe and Architectural Landmark

    An award winning building by famous architect Thomas Heatherwick, located directly on the seafront of a popular coastal town. There are uninterrupted sea views from inside the cafe and a decking area, with fixed recycled ‘sea groyne’ benches, located right on the beach shingle outside. A fantastic location for filming and photography.andnbsp;

  • Side Street Cottage

    Side Street Cottage

    Cottage located on a quiet, narrow side street in the heart of a popular shopping area of a coastal city. The property comprises 2 bedrooms, sofa bed, family bathroom, small patio garden and modern d├ęcor. A great location for city central residential filming.