As well as a gateway to Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane, this busy stretch has emerged as a shopping and dining destination in its own right. Attached to the side of the Bishopsgate Institute – a Grade II listed centre of learning – this beautiful space to rent blends the old and new with its Victorian brickwork, parquet flooring and huge glass windows, and is ready to go for your F&B or retail idea. It comes with a fully-equipped kitchen which can be blocked off or used at an additional cost.
7 days minimum booking
Amenities (4 available)
The local area
This is an unconventional space, and you may need to move things around to make it work for retail.
All decoration plans must be approved by the Landlord beforehand, but they will move the furniture and remove kitchen equipment if it’s not needed. The kitchen area can also be blocked off.
There may be an additional cost for use of the kitchen for F&B ideas.
There is a one month minimum booking for December.
This is a charity building so no offensive or political ideas allowed, and the selling of tobacco is prohibited.
If the tenant wishes to sell alcohol, they will be required to provide a valid personal licence holder (PLH) for their business for the duration of the tenancy and proof of their status must be received before the tenancy can be confirmed.
The 4 Brushfield St premises is considered part of the 230 Bishopsgate main Institute building for the purposes of the premises licence, issued by the City of London.
However, the tenant of 4 Brushfield St is required to provide a valid personal licence holder (PLH) for their business for the duration of the tenancy, proof of their status to be received before the tenancy can be confirmed.
If that PLH is not going to be on site during trading, they will need to have delegated authority in writing to a Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS), and that person or persons’ identity and contact number will need to be supplied immediately to the Bishopsgate Institute Duty Manager if the building is open.
The PLH for Bishopsgate Institute will delegate in writing authority to the tenant’s PLH for activity taking place at 4 Brushfield St, and thereafter all liability for compliance with licensing legislation and City of London licensing policy rests with the tenant, not Bishopsgate Institute. For the avoidance of doubt, tenants are required to comply with all licensing law and City of London licensing policy and failure to do so will be constitute breach of the tenancy.
The personal licence holder requirement relates to all licensable activities (not just provision of alcohol) as defined by the Licensing Act 2003
The Landlord expects the tenant to:
- Clean the kitchen, eating space and bathroom facilities
- Maintain pest control
- Secure the premises
- Adhere to the Landlord's Fire evacuation procedures
- Ensure all waste is put in the bins provided in the waste bin store. There will be 1 x general waste 1 x recycling and 1 x food waste. This will be collected by the bin provider arranged by the Institute
- Facilitate inspections by our buildings team