The acquisitions team focus on working with cafes, restaurants and sports and leisure operators across London, nationally and internationally. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience, and are well placed to aid with both acquisitions and disposal. Our existing clients range from exciting emerging concepts to established international brands.
We have strong relationships with agents, property owners and developers throughout the market and a deep understanding of existing and proposed availability. Meaning our clients are introduced to the best opportunities, ahead of their competition.
It is crucial when sourcing suitable sites that consideration is taken on not only how the immediate area currently operates but how this will develop overtime. Competitors, footfall, future developments and demographics are part of what is reviewed to ensure our client’s businesses have the best opportunity to thrive.
Bleecker - Victoria
The Columbo Group - Various
The Columbo Group
Nuala – White Collar Factory
What people have said…
Sam Lee, Managing Director – Temper
Having used Bruce Gillingham Pollard extensively for our property searches at home and abroad we have found their extensive market knowledge, both local and global, invaluable. Taking the time to understand our business model and property needs they have forged a professional, cooperative and inclusive working relationship with us.
Stephen Tozer, Co-Founder – Le Bab
BGP have been an enormous help to us as we seek to grow our business. Having worked with Nick Garston through recent months to originate and secure our next property, we’ve found his support and consultation invaluable. BGP have provided exactly the kind of help and insight we need as a young start-up.
Thom Elliot, Co-Founder – Pizza Pilgrims
Nick is a fountain of knowledge on the comings and goings of the London restaurant scene, he often knows things about Pizza Pilgrims before we do! That makes his advice on sites invaluable and he certainly helped us find a fantastic location in Shoreditch to bring the pizza party to East London.