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30 Thurloe Street, South Kensington Underground Station

Kensington, SW7 2NB

30 Thurloe Street



798 sq ft


Under Offer



As part of TfL’s exciting new retail strategy to further enhance their customers journey, we are marketing a unit on Thurloe Street by South Kensington Underground Station. The unit is located in a prominent pitch on Thurloe Street. It is arranged over ground floor and basement and has a prominent glass frontage.


This unit is located on Thurloe Street, a pedestrianised retail and restaurant destination connecting South Kensington station to tourist hotspot, Exhibition Road. The premises is arranged over ground floor and basement and benefits from a prominent glass frontage. South Kensington Station is located in South West London in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is served by the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines, as well as the Night Tube. The area benefits from an affluent residential catchment, trade from the nearby hotels and close proximity to the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum.



The rent payable with be a minimum guaranteed rent with an additional turnover provision and will be exclusive of service charge.

Lease Term

The unit is available on a 5 year lease contracted outside the Landlord & Tenant Act. The minimum guaranteed rent will be subject to annual RPI rent reviews and there will be a rolling 6 month Landlord’sbreak option.


Interested parties are advised to contact the VOA directly for more information. It is worth noting that the government has imposed a 12 month business rates relief for retail and leisure operators.




Puja Dowlani

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Flora Young

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Transport for London

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