Jon Burton and business partner, Dave Hadley, have owned The Laundry Rooms in Sheffield for some years now, and have found a way to make it work. The secret is to build it properly, have multiple control rooms with a shared live space, and choosing the right tenants.

Jon Burton takes us on a comprehensive tour of the space, discusses the plans, design and build and we meet the tenants who make a living from their studios. The result is a group of like minded people who all benefit from being able to bounce ideas and borrow kit.

If you are thinking of setting up a studio, get some insights here first.

The Laundry Rooms: http://www.laundryrooms.co.uk

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