Filming in Hart

Hart District Council actively encourages TV, Film, Photography and Production companies to use land and buildings as filming locations. Hart offers varied settings for filming, from the plush woodland of Hawley Common to the industrial setting of the former Pyestock test site.  

With easy motorway access from the M3, Hart is an ideal location for London based production companies. Hart has been the backdrop for many TV shows from Don’t Tell the Bride and The Grand Tour, to major blockbusters like Jurassic World 2Avengers: Age of Ultron and Stardust to name a few. 

To request permission to film in locations owned or managed by Hart District Council, contact the Economic Development team via email on economic.development@hart.gov.uk or complete our online form. Hart District Council can advise on possible suitable locations, liaise with other Council departments on your behalf and pass on contacts of some private locations to assist in the smooth organisation of your shoot. 

Hampshire County Council provide more information and full guidance on their website.

Click here to apply online to film in Hart

Creative England

Hart District Council is a member of Creative England's Filming Partnership network, welcoming filming to Hart and ensuring cooperation and commitment to assist film and television production. For enquiries on locations, studios, facilities and crew, or to seek advice on any of the above, please contact Joely Ellis, the local Production Liaison Manager at Creative England. Joely Ellis telephone number is:0208 324 2311 or 07932 963 136.

Creative England's Production Services team provide a free film office service to productions filming outside London to create investment, jobs and profile. Working in partnership with the British Film Commission to promote England internationally, Creative England is the one-stop shop for locations, studios, facilities and crew. From people to places, the Production team can help you find and access the industry's finest, liaising with local authorities, film offices, regional and national partners to gain filming permissions and facilitate a smooth shoot.

Please visit the Creative England website for more information.

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