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Unit Kiosk at Putney Bridge Ticket Hall, Putney Bridge Underground Station

Purley, Greater London, SW6 3UH

Kiosk at Putney Bridge Ticket Hall, Putney Bridge Underground Station, Purley - Picture 2019-03-26-16-27-27


58 sq ft, (5 sq m)

Lease Type

New Lease


£15,000 pa

The rent payable to be £15,000 per annum net of VAT and will be exclusive of rates and service charge.

Use Class


Lease Term

The kiosk is available by way of a new 6 year lease contracted

outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and is subject to a 6

month rolling Landlord break, incorporating a rent review in year



The subject unit sits within the ticket hall and has an excellent

prominence when entering and exiting the station. This kiosk is

the only unit located within station, and therefore a great

opportunity for a new incoming tenant. Once exiting the

underground station the bus station is located immediately

outside, with bus links to Clapham, Mitcham and Cheam. The

unit would be suitable for a coffee or grab and go operator.


Putney Bridge is a London underground station located in South

West London. The station is on the District line between

Parsons Green and East Putney. It is in Travelcard zone 2. The

station is located in the south of Fulham, adjacent to Fulham

High Road and New Kings Road. It is a short walk away from

the north end of Putney Bridge, linking South Putney and

Fulham North. Other nearby notable locations include Fulham



Rateable value: £6,700 Rates payable: £3,242 Interest parties are advised to check with the local council with regards to business rates.

Service Charge

The Landlord reserves the right to introduce a service charge at

any time during the lease term to cover all RICS approved

reasonable expenditure. Such charge is to be capped at an

agreed amount.