Our team were placemaking through food and beverage long before the phrase was coined. Acting on behalf of London landlords, we provide strategic leasing advice and support a curatorial approach that delivers amenity and vibrancy to their estates through a range of eating, drinking and socialising offers.
Our clients are varied, from family estates and major institutional landlords to department stores, hoteliers, developers and airports. A tailored approach is applied in each case; we work hand in hand with our clients to devise strategies that meet amenity, demographic, are increasingly sustainable, meet financial considerations as well as, of course, as placemaking. We are currently advising on London portfolios right across the Capital – from Soho, Covent Garden, Chinatown, Fitzrovia, Mayfair and Belgravia in the West End; to Chelsea and White City in West London; to Broadgate in the City; to Greenwich and Stratford in South East and East London.
We have worked with many of our clients for years to evolve the F&B offering of destinations such as Carnaby for Shaftesbury, as food has played an increasingly important role in terms of creating vibrant destinations. We continue to source new, emerging and best in class operators, addressing missing styles of offer in any portfolio be it by price point, cuisine type, design or management style, as well as emerging categories such as immersive entertainment. We deliver “firsts” for landlords looking to create unique destinations, including new concepts and trading formats, bespoke concepts and international brands arriving in London.
We provide advice from inception right through to the end delivery of a project, bringing in to play our expertise in tenant mixing, operator requirements and market influences, and trends as well as planning, licensing and statutory implications.
We are ambassadors; we are passionate about our chosen field of specialism and are at the vanguard of understanding new trends, nurturing new operators , and making sure older established brands are cared for.