Bar & Restaurant
Covent Garden remains one of the city’s most iconic and enduring destinations for food, fashion and fun. With so many famous cobbled streets awash with boutiques, you’ll be inundated here with shoppers looking to spend.
Slingsby Place can be accessed from Upper St Martins Lane, Long Acre and the newly development Mercer Walk, a mix of retail and restaurant means you'll have an audience right through the day and evening.
The space is surrounded by new stores from global brands H&M, Cos, ARKET, & other Stories, and Levis so you're only a stones throw from the best in the business - other notable recent openings include Arc'teryx, Smashbox and Reebok. The offering goes well into the evening with food operators Dishoom, The Ivy and Timberyard all a few minutes walk away.
Longmartin Properties Limited – St Martin’s Courtyard Estate Regulations – 2016
Longmartin Properties Limited have instructed us to advise you of the following regulations which are being set to maintain the quality of the trading environment for all tenants in St Martin’s Courtyard.
The regulations are effective from the date of this letter as follows:-
Not to display any placards, signs or notices of any description within the environs of St Martin’s Courtyard, for the avoidance of doubt including persons walking or standing in the street holding placards, signs or notices of any description.
Not to display or place any A boards displaying signs in the environs of St Martin’s Courtyard.
Not to play music so as to be audible outside the demised premises.
Not to display posters, signs or notices so as to obstruct more than 20% of the available glazed area in any shop window.
Not to bring vehicles into the pedestrianised area except between 7.30am and 10.00am Monday to Saturday and not at all on Sunday. Deliveries to be undertaken in compliance with the Planning conditions for the site. Deliveries permitted between 7.30am and 11.30am only.
Not to permit any person to smoke in the common parts of any buildings within St Martin’s Courtyard.
Not to dispose of rubbish except in accordance with recycling facilities (where available) or dispose of rubbish other than in accordance with Westminster City Council regulations.
Not to close for trade during the usual business hours of the locality which are a minimum of 10.00am until 7.00pm Monday-Saturday and 11.00am-6.00pm Sunday.
Not to take through or store bicycles in the common parts of buildings.
Not to leave the shop front display lighting of retail and restaurant premises unlit at night.
Not to operate a closed door retail policy.
If you have any questions relating to the above regulations, please do not hesitate to contact Jane Moscrop of CBRE on 020 7836 3320
The footfall is quieter here than the neighbouring streets so you will have to shout about what you're doing to stand out.