Films studio’s expansion plans approved

Rebellion Film Studios, based in Oxfordshire, has received official planning consent to expand its current capacity for filmmaking into a massive new facility.

Among Europe’s biggest independent media studios, Rebellion produces a wide range of content. Along with films, it is also responsible for TV and video game production and fiction and comic book publishing.

Rebellion’s Didcot-based studio will now extend its workspace into a premises that was once known as the Harmsworth Printing Building.

The recently acquired planning consent enables the studio to demolish two existing buildings and erect two brand-new buildings, effectively adding 4,673 metre squared of built-for-purpose space. Both commercial properties expanding their premises and homeowners planning house extensions in Nantwich, Didcot and other small towns in the UK can rely on local architects for assistance. Able to draw up professional plans to meet specific requirements they can also help developers and householders make the most of available space and natural light.

The film studios expansion initiative will empower Rebellion to increase its already considerable capabilities even further.

Head of Rebellion Film Studios, Brian Mitchell, commented:

“After several years working on a range of film productions at all the major Studios across the UK and Europe, we’ve been able to draw on that knowledge and incorporate it into the design and development of the Didcot site.”

The film studio worked closely with members of the Vale of White Horse District Council on both the pre-application and planning application to streamline the project.

Posted by Mark
August 31, 2021
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