Commercial Property – To Let – 47 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 3NG

2,049 sq. ft.
Property Type
Ground Floor Retail Unit
Class E
To Let
On Application

Overview & Key Features


Ground Floor and basement retail unit for rent on Lamb’s Conduit Street, London WC1N, available on an assigned lease or new lease.

This property comprises 2,049 sq ft over ground floor, first floor and basement, offering open plan and partitioned layout to suit a variety of uses.


The property is located in a prominent position on Lamb’s Conduit Street, historically home to London’s independently-owned luxury retail stores, restaurants and cafés.

47 Lamb’s Conduit Street benefits from excellent transport links, being in close proximity to Chancery Lane, Holborn and King’s Cross/St Pancras stations. Together these stations provide access to most London Underground services as well as access to Thameslink and Eurostar.


Basement – Partitioned layout/storage, comprising approximately 62 sq. m. / 667 sq. ft.

Ground Floor – Open plan layout comprising approximately 120 sq. m. / 1,291 sq. ft.

First Floor – Office space, WC comprising approximately 8.5 sq. m. / 91 sq. ft.


On application.

Lease Terms

Assignment of existing lease, landlord will consider the grant of a new lease.

Existing lease commencing 27 June 2017 for a term of 10 years, with a rent review date on 27 June 2022.

This lease has been granted outside of Sections 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

Tenant’s repairing obligations include maintaining the property in good substantial repair and condition. Tenant shall not be liable to repair property to the extent that disrepair has been caused by an insured risk.


Strictly by appointment with TD-RE.


EPC available on request.


All properties are offered subject to contract and availability. These particulars are believed to be accurate and correct at the time of publishing, however TD-RE cannot accept any liability for any misrepresentation made in these particulars. Prospective purchasers or tenants must make theirown enquiries to satisfy themselves as t the accuracy of these particulars.

Anthony Tappy-Day


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