Since its demise in the 1990’s, when it finally succumbed to a downturn in demand for high quality recording facilities, the building has provided office accommodation for a variety of tenants, ranging from graphic design to government services.
Nevertheless, the building retains its colourful history, notably as an iconic recording studio – dare I say world famous? It was the first major recording studio to be built outside of London in the 1960's.
Band member Eric Stewart named the studio after his favourite Beatles track, Strawberry Fields Forever.
Aren’t bricks and mortar wonderful things when we can associate them with history?