Brighton Open Market Studios

Brighton
  • Entrance sign at Brighton Open Market, Brighton
  • Brighton Open Market studio balcony, Brighton
  • Brighton Open Market Studios as seen from Market, Brighton
  • Tenant at Brighton Open Market Studios, Brighton

Brighton’s Open Market was first opened in the 1880’s when barrow boys began selling fruit and vegetables in Oxford Street. This provided a source of cheap food to people on low incomes.

Today, the Market has been redeveloped as a vibrant shopping destination boasting 45 larger permanent market stalls, as well as a new covered market square for visiting markets, temporary stalls, community activities, street art and entertainment.

The Ethical Property Company manage 12 small studios within the Market, which are operated by a variety of arts and crafts organisations, producers and retailers and can be found on the concourse overlooking the main market square.

Full details of the studios can be found at www.brightonopenmarket.co.uk/market-studio-tenants.

Alternatively, if you interested in a studio space yourself and would like to be put on our waiting list, please complete our space enquiry form.

Contact

Have a question? Call 01865 207810

The Open Market Marshalls Row Brighton and Hove BN1 4JU

Centre Staff

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    Edward Carter

    Regional Manager, South East
    Edward joined Ethical Property in February 2016. At university he studied Law and has a MA in Housing Practice, as well as being a Prince2 Practitioner. Edward gained experience in property and estate management at a medium sized RSL (Registered Social Landlord) and managing a customer focused team at the University of Westminster.
  • Saul Neill

    Saul Neill

    Property Manager, Brighton
    Saul has worked for Ethical Property since May 2014. With a background in building and maintenance work, Saul has previously worked with various inspirational companies as well as on installations of renewable energies in Cornwall. Saul continues to pursue his lifelong interest in the health, martial and meditative traditions of China. Previously gaining a degree in Acupuncture, Saul continues to teach and work as a healer in his spare time.

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  • An award-winning environmental campaign group, taking action on a range of local, national and international issues. 

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