Future Folkestone

Are you a digital/tech based company considering relocating?  Looking for affordable rents and a better work/life balance? Look at Folkestone’s Creative Quarter and its specialist office spaces only 55 mins from London’s St. Pancras. We can help you make the move!

Creative Foundation is developing exciting bespoke spaces to accommodate the growing demand for digital and tech companies seeking to move into Folkestone. You will be joining a growing community of mid-size companies, such as Cognitive Media, The View and Sleeping Giant Media to name a few.

With talent in such close proximity, networking, exchanging ideas and collaborating with like-minded people is inevitable. Become part of a vibrant, innovative and interesting creative tech scene.

We will help you to inspire and create opportunities for talented students. The Creative Foundation will be investing in coding clubs, work placements, mentoring and competitions – come and help us make a future for young people in this town!

Folkestone is a very welcoming town and has become increasingly attractive with affordable housing (circa £200,000 for a 3-bed house), great links to London and Europe, as well as a fabulous food and drink offer. With the imminent arrival of an indoor skate park, the vibrant harbour arm and exciting house building initiatives, we are constantly growing!

You will have on your doorstep one of the most exciting cultural offers in the country, with amongst other things the ongoing programme of theatre, music, dance and film at the Quarterhouse, an annual Book Festival, an internationally renowned visual arts exhibition, Folkestone Triennial, and the only public art collection of sculptures and installations in the public realm of a town in this country, Folkestone Artworks.

To discuss your ideas and plans please contact Adrian Lockwood on adrianlockwood@creativefoundation.org.uk or call 01303 760 745.

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