New restaurant scheme takes off at Heathrow

September 23, 2011

The Bhalla Zucker Partnership (BZP), in conjunction with development manager Salmon Developments, has secured planning consent for a new restaurant scheme in Cranford, near Heathrow.

The redevelopment will involve the demolition of the former White Hart public house on Bath Road, a part single-storey and part two-storey detached building, to create two single-storey restaurant drive thru units with landscaping, as well as a new 48-space car park.

The 2000 sq ft and 4200 sq ft buildings have been let to Eurogarages who will operate three franchises – Burger King, Subway and Starbucks on a 15 year lease at a rent of £215,000 pa.  Construction of the £3 million project will start in November this year and is due for completion in early 2012.

BZP will be retaining the completed investment long term within their portfolio.

Briant Champion Long advised.

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