All commercial use property in the UK falls into a category such as A1 or D2.
Away from the glamour of opening night or the dramatic, fiery toil of a busy kitchen, the logistics of opening a new restaurant location rarely come to mind.
All commercial use property in the UK falls into a category such as A1 or D2. But this is just the beginning! Here is a guide to the licensing your restaurant property and business will need in order to perform many of the functions we take for granted from a restaurant.
Building use licenses are held by a building, not a business. The license determines what kind of operation can be run out of the property. In the restaurant property industry, the relevant class is Class A. There are four subclasses.
Sadly, the licensing your restaurant or bar will need probably won’t end there. A whole host of other activities associated with running a restaurant or bar actually requires individual licencing.
In London, properties with the right usage license are fiercely sought after. Work with our London property agents today, and gain access to the best properties before they hit the general market. Contact us now on 020 7935 2222 or email email@example.com.
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