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Mo-Sys eyes up Plumstead Power Station studio

£4 million grant expected to help Mo-Sys move from Morden Wharf location

Plans are reportedly in place for Mo-Sys Engineering to build a studio at the disused Plumstead Power Station in Greenwich.

A £4 million council grant would help the company move from its existing base at Morden Wharf to the listed Edwardian building with a 150-year lease, reports local website 853. The Morden Wharf location is due for demolition as part of a redevelopment project.

The company is expected to open eight studio stages, create 16 new jobs and have 16 start-up businesses operating from the property, along with 16 more construction jobs to convert the site.

“Together, Mo-Sys and the council will build a globally respected media hub and centre of film production with wide-ranging positive impacts on the Plumstead area,” said a paper presented to Greenwich Council’s cabinet.

The council stated its commitment to “film, IT and broadcast growth” in the borough, after plans for a film studio on the Greenwich Peninsula were abandoned by City Hall in 2020.