TV, film and video production company re-commits to Leamington Spa


Codex has renewed its commitment to digital video and gaming hotspot Royal Leamington Spa, signing a lease renewal at Boundary Real Estate Partners’ (Boundary) Regent Square House.

The TV, film and video production company, which employs high-performance digital production workflow tools for independent films, Hollywood motion pictures, commercial and TV productions worldwide, has extended its original five-year lease for a further six years at the landmark building.

Acquired by Boundary in 2021, Regent Square House offers 20,000 sq ft of office space over three floors above the ground floor retail space.

Among its occupiers is Pixel Toys which has spent almost a decade pushing the capabilities of mobile and VR gaming. The company has developed games such Warhammer, Drop Dead and Gunfinger.
Charlie Walker, founding partner at Boundary, said: “Royal Leamington Spa has become one of the UK’s largest digital production and gaming industry hubs, historically starting with Codemasters (now owned by EA) who moved to the outskirts of Leamington as their business grew and are still headquartered here today. More recently, Facebook owner Meta and Sumo Group have taken space in the town centre.
“What these companies are looking for is quality offices, with large floorplates in the centre of town, which is quite hard to come by, and we are delighted to be able to offer this space at Regent Square House and invest in a place where companies and their staff want to be.”