Visitor Information

Access information for visiting the Good Growth Hub

We run the Good Growth Hub – a physical workspace where our team and growing community of creative freelancers and makers work. The majority of our workshops, events, and training courses take place here.

You can find us at a canal-side public destination based in Hackney Bridge, located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (QEOP).

Hackney Bridge is a collective of creative workspaces and studios for artists, makers, and small businesses, as well as space for food stalls, retailers, markets, events, community gardens, and more.


Good Growth Hub
Hackney Bridge
Unit A.1.01, Echo Building
E Bay Lane London
E15 2SJ
020 7608 2132

If you have any specific access requirements, please let us know ahead of your visit so that we can accommodate you.

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  • Getting here

    Nearest stations:

    • Hackney Wick (Overground)
    • Stratford (DLR, Overground, Jubilee, Central, Elizabeth and National Rail)

    Find the best way to get to us by bus or tube with Transport for London’s journey planner:

  • Accessibility

    • The building is fully accessible, with an access lift and disabled toilet facilities. All of our toilets are gender-neutral. We also have a baby changing table.
    • The street entrance is step-free. There are 20 steps as you enter our building. We have an accessible lift. If you are a wheelchair user, please call ahead so we can welcome you at our step-free entrance: 020 7608 2132.
    • Both Hackney Wick and Stratford stations have step-free access to their platforms.
    • There are two disabled parking spots (for blue badge holders) outside the Roasting Shed and a few on the opposite side of the road or outside the nearby primary school. If you need us to secure a parking spot for your access needs, please contact us before your visit.
    • The nearest fully equipped Changing Facilities are in the Copper Box Arena. It is open daily from 7am – 10pm.
    • Our Hibo meeting room is a small room where people using the space have priority if they require a sensory calm space or prayer space.