Bar & Restaurant
This space presents an enviable opportunity for a brand to place themselves at the heart of one of the UK's most important train stations. Each year, Birmingham New Street station sees 57 million commuters through its concourse. The space is also positioned at the north entrance, which is the busiest thoroughfare for both commuters and shoppers alike to enter from the high street. White-boxed and ready for a brand to 'plug-and-play', this is the perfect place to showcase your idea.
Birmingham New Street station is flanked by two of the UK's largest shopping centres. Both Bullring and Grand Central attract millions of shoppers each year, and about 50% of those shoppers arrive via the train station. As such, the station is busy with working professionals travelling to and from Birmingham, families on a day-out to the shops, and students hunting for the latest fashion brands in town.
You'll benefit from anchor tenants who draw a high volume of customers. WH Smith, Boots, Moleskine and Pret A Manger are in close proximity to the shop.
The Tenant agrees with the Landlord:
To share its daily retail sales data in respect of the Premises no less often that weekly.
The Premises comprise an internal demise that excludes any structural parts of the unit or the Building but includes the shopfront and conduits within and exclusively serving the unit.
To trade under the same style and brand throughout the Term.
To actively trade from the Premises during the Designated Hours only, it being acknowledged that the Designated Hours may be varied in the reasonable discretion of the Landlord.
Not to display any signs, banners or notices which contain any religious, political or (in the Landlord's reasonable opinion) immoral or offensive statements, symbols or pictures.
That it will comply with the Landlord's standard station regulations applying to the Building from time to time (a copy of the current form having been made available to the Tenant prior to the date of this Agreement)and the Tenant acknowledges that neither the carrying on by the Landlord of its undertaking on its overlying, underlying or neighbouring land in exercise of its powers and subject to its statutory and common law obligations nor the grant by the Landlord of any permission properly given to use railway facilities shall be treated as a derogation from the Landlord's grant.
That the right to terminate in clause 2.1 shall additionally extend to the Landlord serving on the Tenant not less than 14 days prior written notice if required by the Landlord for the purposes of its management or operation of the Building or its railway undertaking.
That the following rights are reserved to the Landlord out of the Premises:
a. temporarily to close the Building and any part or parts of it together with any of its accesses without payment of compensation to the Tenant but if such closure is of the whole of the Building and its accesses and is for a period of greater than 5 hours in any one day then the Tenant shall be entitled to an abatement of Rent for that day;
b. to maintain replace inspect and use all conduits in the Premises which do not solely serve the Premises; and
c. to inspect, maintain and alter any such works and equipment, to carry out cleaning and decorating which the Landlord wishes to do and to construct under or over the Premises such other works equipment and signage as the Landlord considers necessary for the purposes of its undertaking.
That the rights granted to the Tenant in paragraph 1.1 of the Schedule are:
a. during such times that the routes are normally open in the ordinary course of the Landlord's business (and deliveries shall be restricted to off-peak times);
b. on the basis that the Tenant shall ensure that all of the Landlord's regulations, requirements or directions (whether relating to the management of the Building in general or the use of these rights in particular and whether by way of printed bye-laws or conditions or by oral direction from a duly authorised employee of the Landlord) are complied with in all respects by the Tenant, its employees, invitees and customers.
The Tenant has not entered into this Agreement in reliance on any statement or representation made by or on behalf of the Landlord before the date of this Agreement and the Tenant has no remedy against the Landlord for any statement or representation. This clause does not limit or exclude liability for fraud.
Unless you are launching a pharmacy, grab-and-go coffee or stationery, it is unlikely that you'll clash with one of the adjacent operators.
Please note, no vape shops will be allowed in this space.