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Brent Cross - Unit N12


1,500 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

Brent Cross was one of the UK’s first major shopping centres – and it’s as relevant today as it always has been. With the UK’s most popular brands setting up shop here: from Topshop and John Lewis to Apple and M&S. This space is opposite Waitrose: a popular store with steady footfall all week long.

The space has sliding doors to enter and room for window displays either side of the entrance. Inside it has high ceilings, industrial-style details and sleek concrete flooring. There’s lots of storage and office space out the back.

Brent Cross is a destination day out, not least because it offers 8,000 free customer parking spaces. Get your brand in front of regular shoppers here.


Brent Cross has 13 million annual shoppers, an average dwell time of 99 minutes, and an average spend of £110. The centre showcases household giants including John Lewis, Fenwicks, and M&S.


  • Stock room
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Parking

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Rules of The Space

VAT and utilities applicable in addition.

Fit out proposals to be pre-approved by the landlord prior to commencement onsite, including but not limited to:
- layout plan
- signage proposal
- scope of works
- risk and method statements
- £10Mill PLI

Home Truths

The space can get cold during the winter months so you may need to factor in heating costs.

The space is in a core and shell state meaning that the walls are not plastered, the floor is rough and lighting will be at a basic level.

Please note that all quoting rents are on the basis of a pop up with landlord breaks after the first 2 or 3 months. Longer terms without landlord breaks will lead to higher rents.


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