In the heart of Victoria, Fivefields is redefining flexible workspace for charities and social impact organisations

Fivefields, developed by Grosvenor in collaboration with the Westminster Foundation and operated and managed by flexible workspace and amenity specialist x+why, has welcomed The London Wildlife Trust and Heritage of London Trust as part of the first group of charities to take up membership.

Located at 8-10 Grosvenor Gardens in Victoria, Fivefields is a c.30,000 sq. ft flexible workspace and co-working community, designed specifically for charities and social impact organisations. 

Two thirds of the building is set aside for charities and social impact organisations, with the other third a mixture of private offices and enterprise suites for the open market, prioritising those whose work is complementary to that of the charity members.

To date, a number of charities have signed up including Action Tutoring, Peer Power and Doorstep Library with more charities set to sign up in the coming weeks and months. 

The project has been initiated by the Duke of Westminster, who is Chair of both the Grosvenor Trustees and the Westminster Foundation. He saw the opportunity to bring together Grosvenor’s significant property expertise and resources with the Westminster Foundation’s philanthropic leadership.

Behind the original Victorian Grade II listed façade, Fivefields has been developed into a modern, purposefully designed workspace. In line with Grosvenor’s carbon reduction commitments, the 30,000 sq. ft building is targeting a BREEAM Excellent rating.

Hear from the key minds behind Fivefields

Hear from the key minds behind Fivefields

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