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3 Mills Studios; an iconic production destination in the heart of London’s most vibrant creative community. Our inspiring and versatile studio has hosted some of the biggest film, TV and stage from London 2012 Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar to Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie.
It has also inspired successful independent filmmakers including Danny Boyle, Stephen Daldry, Wes Anderson and David Cronenberg.
3 Mills Studios is owned by London Legacy Development Corporation
3 Mills Studios is unable to provide parking for television audience participants. Please be aware that there is very little public parking available in the nearby area. We strongly recommend that audience members arrive at the Studios by public transport via our pedestrian access – Three Mill Lane, E3 3DU. 3 Mills Studios is easily accessible by underground, overground, DLR and bus. Please download our Directions map here for more information or plan your route here
Blue Badge Holders
Parking availability for audience members who are Blue Badge Holders is wholly at the discretion of the respective production company. Subject to approval by the production company, 3 Mills’ management will endeavour to provide suitable parking onsite for Blue Badge holders only. Parking cannot be guaranteed and must be arranged in advance by contacting email@example.com or reception on +442082153330 to make inquiries. You should be aware that the entrance to 3 Mills Studios is cobbled which may cause problems for wheelchair users or those with walking aids.
Neighbouring Tesco Bromley-by-Bow has a camera controlled car park with a strict 3 hour time limit and fines for overstaying or incorrect use. Audience parking here is at the individuals discretion, is not recommended by 3 Mills Studios and we cannot be held liable for any vehicle parked on this site.
3 Mills Studios is proud to sponsor the following prestigious industry events and awards:
3 Mills Studios is owned by the London Legacy Development Corporation (Legacy Corporation) which means that it is within the remit of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives the public the right to request information held unless there are good reasons to keep it confidential. The Act aims to ensure that public sector bodies are open and accountable and encompasses any recorded information.
The Environmental Information Regulations 2004 provides a similar public right to access, and relates to environmental information held by public authorities.
Access to information under the Freedom of Information Act and the Environmental Information Regulations
Should you want to make an Information request, please contact the Legacy Corporation Information Request Coordinator via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 3288 1800.
The postal address is:
London Legacy Development Corporation
1 Stratford Place
More information on the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 and on how to make an information request can be found on the London Legacy Development Corporation website.
"… It’s a very special place. It really feels like a creative pace where you are able to do your best work"