Creative Land Trust was conceived following a series of reports highlighting the challenges of sustaining creative industries in prospering cities, and the risks poses to our culture and economies if the sector is not protected.

Since then we have seen unprecedented changes to communities and industries. Covid-19 has highlighted the fragility of our creative industries as well as shedding light on many other challenges within the sector.

As we continue to understand and forecast the many external forces that affect studio provision, effects of Covid-19 and its restrictions, we will document findings, reports and case studies to help inform our support of the sector. To tell us about a report you’ve found please contact us here.

Social Mobility in the Creative Economy

PEC & NESTA (September 2021)

Creative Places Create Value

Creative Land Trust, Creative Estuary & Get Living (October 2021)

Affordable Workspace: A Solution, Not A Problem

BCO & Savills (July 2021)

Creating Public Value

Future of London (June 2021)

Putting Art Back into Planning

Town and Country Planning Association
(March 2021)

Flexible Workspaces on our Highstreets

GLA & LEAP
(March 2021)

Culture and Commerce: Fuelling Creative Renewal

City of London Corporation and Culture Mile, the Culture & Commerce Taskforce (February 2021)

Impact Investing in the Global Creative Economy

Creative, Culture, Capital (January 2021)

Getting In and Getting On

PEC & NESTA (August 2020)

Re-use and Recycle to Reduce Carbon

Historic England (February 2020)

NEftA Creative Placemaking

National Endowement for the Arts (December 2019)

Livelihoods of Visual Artists

TBR (December 2019)

Artists Workspace Data Note

GLA (August 2018)

World Cities Culture Report

Bloomberg Philanthropies, BOP, MOL (2018)

Making Space For Culture

World Cities Culture Forum (September 2017)

Culture & Climate Change

World Cities Culture Forum (June 2017)

Making Space

Creative United (August 2016)

Start Me Up

IPPR (March 2016)

MoL Creating Open Workspaces

GLA (July 2015)

Artists Workspace Study

GLA (September 2014)

Workspace that works

Future of London (2011)