Cultural Infrastructure Map 2023

London’s first Cultural Infrastructure Map brings together new research and information that has previously not existed in one place. It plots the location of cultural infrastructure and enables the user to view it alongside useful contextual data.

This page contains cultural infrastructure data sets collected in the spring and summer of 2022 and published in 2023.

Audits of facilities or infrastructure are a snapshot in time and based on best available information. We welcome contributions or updates to the datasets from Londoners and others which can be submitted through the Cultural Infrastructure Map .

Since the previous data sets were published in 2019, the definition and typologies of premises that feed into the ‘Music venues all’ category have been changed to ensure that the category is mapped in an improved consistency. Changes mean that the 2019 and 2023 datasets aren’t directly comparable.

Data and analysis from GLA GIS Team form a basis for the policy and investment decisions facing the Mayor of London and the GLA group. GLA Intelligence uses a wide range of information and data sourced from third party suppliers within its analysis and reports. GLA Intelligence cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of this information and data. 

The GLA will not be liable for any losses suffered or liabilities incurred by a party as a result of that party relying in any way on the information contained in this report. 

Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database rights 2019.

Contains Audience Agency data.

Contains CAMRA data.

NOTE: The data is based on Ordnance Survey mapping and the data is published under Ordnance Survey’s ‘presumption to publish’.

NOTE: This page contains cultural infrastructure data collected in the spring and summer of 2022 and published in 2023. For 2019 cultural infrastructure data, please visit:

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Last Updated May 17, 2024, 15:00 (UTC)
Created October 12, 2023, 08:00 (UTC)