In 1894, Coventry needed power. In 1895 the first Power Station in Coventry began serving the community. The switch on was just the start.

The Power Station became the crucial factor in a growing community and rapidly expanded to supply surrounding factories including famous names like Daimler, Standard and Coventry Eagle. The massive turbines generated megawatts for local consumption and were fuelled by coal from local pits, shipped via the canal a neat arrangement all-round. Now Electric Wharf is revived, retaining the best of the Victorian architecture to create stunning spaces, this time buzzing with the life of creative industries and the power of new technology.

Electric Wharf is a new community of creative people living and working in a dynamic and attractive canal side environment where converted existing buildings and retained features of the industrial past, together with Architect designed modern additions, come together to create unique spaces for business

Bromwich Hardy are delighted to have won the mandate to act as Managing Agent for Electric Wharf Management Company, dealing with the day to day service charge administration and site management.

Tom Bromwich comments

‘This is a major coup for our expanding management team and we look forward to adding an important service to this exciting development combing both business uses and residential homes’