The Team

The team of consultants working of the feasibility study for Brixton Works includes Project 00, Impact Hub Brixton CIC and Camden Collective.

Say hello to the team:

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Joost Beunderman
Joost has worked with 00 since late 2008, leading on a wide range of research and strategy projects. He was co-author of the ‘Compendium for the Civic Economy’ [2011] about innovative approaches to local regeneration, and co-founded Impact Hub Brixton in 2014. Having recently become a dad, he is passionate about exploring how workspace and affordable childcare could be combined.

 

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Alice Fung
Alice is a qualified architect and has worked on a wide range of affordable workspace projects. She co-founded Impact Hub Westminster in 2010-11  and was the architect for Impact Hub Kings Cross. A specialist on smart workspace environments, she’s always looking for new ways in which better designed space can enable people to be more collaborative and innovative.

 

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Tim Ahrensbach
Tim joined 00 in 2010, when he co-authored the ‘Compendium for the Civic Economy’, and in the following years co-founded a series of civic ventures including Impact Hub Westminster, the Willesden Green Library Lab and Trade School Westminster, a peer-to-peer learning initiative where people teach other. A member of the South London Maker Space, Tim is particularly interested in how to create new affordable spaces for making and re-making. 

 

Nadine Spencer
Nadine Spencer
Nadine manages Camden Collective’s co-working spaces in Camden, ensuring they are vibrant, productive places to be. She connects creative startup businesses and entrepreneurs with free or low-cost workspace and has recently led on the opening up of Euston’s old Temperance Hospital for local start-ups and SMEs.
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Simon Pitkeathley
Simon has been CEO of the multi-award winning CamdenTown BID, Camden Town Unlimited, since 2007. He is also currently Co-Chair of Cross River Partnership and sits on the London Enterprise Panel (LEP), SME Working Group and Labour High Streets Advisory Group.

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