19 - 21 May 2020

Residents

Residents

Residents

Information for Clerkenwell residents

Clerkenwell is home to more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else, making it truly one of the most important design hubs in the world. Clerkenwell Design Week is a celebration of this and for 2020 we are delighted to be putting together its 11th edition.

CDW is free to attend and opens the doors on some of Clerkenwell’s most unique and historic venues – allowing all visitors the opportunity to enjoy these special and memorable spaces.  

As a local resident, you’re welcome to enjoy fast track registration for the event, a link will be posted here closer to the event.

Keep up-to-date with relevant CDW news by signing up for the residents newsletter HERE or email residents@clerkenwelldesignweek.com with the subject line ‘Residents Newsletter’.

The team behind CDW know that this amazing area is also your home and we want to ensure that our impact on the parks, the traffic levels and the general day to day is as limited as possible. Getting in contact with the team is easy, if you wish to discuss anything in more detail please feel free to email or call 0203 225 5390

Or, if it’s during the festival itself; visit the dedicated Organiser’s Office. The location of the Organiser's Office will be confirmed closer to the event.

Unfortunately, due to the operational complexity and layout of Clerkenwell Design Week, there will be some restrictions to your local green spaces. However, we are committed to making these restrictions as short and controlled as possible – maximising the available use of the space to the public.

Spa Fields & St James’ Park Dates: 11 – 25 May

Spa Fields &
St James’ Park
Dates: 11 – 25 May

Build will begin at the above locations from Monday 11 May. Site teams will be in place to keep control of access to the parks to ensure a safe environment for local residents whilst these works are carried out. During this time, there may be increased vehicle presence in the area, and increased noise levels.

To further support local residents, CDW has reviewed its venue opening times within the structures in Spa Fields and St James’ Park. The show will close at 7pm on Tuesday 19 and Thursday 21 May, and only feature one ‘late’ night until 9pm on Wednesday 20 May.

CDW will not permit any build activity making excess noise after 10pm at any time.

From time to time, and to address any health and safety concerns, it may be required for our staff to re-direct pedestrians in order to ensure a safe environment. Your cooperation with our onsite teams is greatly appreciated.

The Order of St John and St John’s Square Dates: 17 – 24 May 

The Order of St John and St John’s Square
Dates: 17 – 24 May 

Parking restrictions and build works will begin in St. John’s Square from Sunday 17 May. Site teams will be in place to keep control of access to these spaces to ensure a safe environment for local residents whilst these works are carried out. During this time, there may be increased vehicle presence in the area, and increased noise levels.

CDW will not permit any build activity making excess noise after 10pm at any time.

From time to time, and to address any health and safety concerns, it may be required for our staff to re-direct pedestrians in order to ensure their safety. Your cooperation with our onsite teams is greatly appreciated.

During the above dates, there will be some restrictions to local business deliveries, if you have any queries, please discuss this directly with the events team using the above contact details.

fabric nightclub Dates: 17 May - 24 May

fabric nightclub
Dates: 17 May - 24 May

Deliveries will begin at fabric nightclub on Sunday 17 May. Site teams will be in place to keep control of access to the venue to ensure that it is a safe working environment. During this time, there may be increased vehicle presence in the area.

CDW will not permit any activity making excess noise past 10pm at any time.

From time to time, and to address any health and safety concerns, it may be required for our staff to re-direct pedestrians in order to ensure a safe environment. Your cooperation with our onsite teams is greatly appreciated.

House of Detention Dates: 17 – 22 May

House of Detention
Dates: 17 – 22 May

Deliveries (from Clerkenwell Close) will begin at the above location on Sunday 17 May. Site teams will be in place to keep control of access to these spaces to ensure a safe environment for local residents whilst these works are carried out. During this time, there may be increased vehicle presence in the area, and increased noise levels.

CDW will not permit any build activity making excess noise after 10pm at any time.

From time to time, and to address any health and safety concerns, it may be required for our staff to re-direct pedestrians in order to ensure their safety. Your cooperation with our onsite teams is greatly appreciated.

Residents news

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  • Media 10 Ltd are pleased to have received a certificate from Connection Crew as part of the homelessness charity The Connection.
  • We are delighted to share some wonderful news regarding our ongoing relationship with Islington Council and our devotion to looking after the spaces used during Clerkenwell Design Week. We understand ...
  • Walking round Clerkenwell, listening to music or calling our friends we may not notice the circular stones in the pavement with directional arrows announcing the ‘Clerkenwell Historic Trail’.
  • 2019 will be the tenth edition of CDW, throughout this time; the team have secured some impressive installations across Clerkenwell.
  • For the fourth consecutive year, CDW are collaborating with Scale Rule.
  • Exploring Clerkenwell

    01 Mar 2019
    As part of the design festival, we are continuing to strengthen our relationships with some of Clerkenwell’s most unique and historic venues. CDW continues to be free to visit – and offers residents t ...

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