Designed by Ash Sakula, Leicester Creative Business Depot is a tough, entrepreneurial hub for Leicester's creative industries. Now spread across two sites in Leicester's cultural quarter, it is home to over 70 of the city's most exciting creative businesses.  Tot headed up the project that, in 2004, transformed the Rutland Street site of the former City Bus Depot to become the LCB Depot, creating a new build block of workshops, meeting rooms and a gallery, as well as the transformation of the old depot to make workshops, a garden and a bar and cafe. The building was the recipient of two prestigious awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects, and kick-started the regeneration of Leicester's  Cultural Quarter.
 
The Depot continues to thrive and expand still further with a third site in the cultural quarter in occupation from late 2012.
 
LCB Depot - Inside foyer with tenants, mailboxes and cafe
LCB Depot - Exterior
 
LCB Depot - The new block and gallery