Site A: External

Brent Cross, London

Site A at Brent Cross is a large outdoor space located next to the patio and John Lewis car park. This open space is best suited for outside catering kiosks, car displays, bike demonstrations and bigger events such as food festivals and fetes. The external location puts your activity right in front of shoppers as they arrive at the centre with high footfall and great levels of interaction.

Space Details

Site A: External

Various locations including the Patio and John Lewis car park

Daily rate (Mon-Fri)

£600

Weekly rate (Mon-Sun)

£1,450

Weekend rate (Sat-Sun)

£850

Suitable for

Catering Kiosks and Car Displays

Power & Comms

1x32amp, WiFi unavailable

Security and Access

Easily accessable from John Lewis Car Park

Opening Times

Mon-Fri 10am - 8pm, Sat 9am - 8pm, Sun 12am - 6pm

Dimensions

Various

All rates are exclusive of VAT. Weekend rate is for Sat to Sun. Rates subject to increase in Nov/Dec.

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From concept to planning and execution our dedicated Brent Cross team is on hand to help you bring your idea to life...

Useful resources

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Each tenant must demonstrate they have considered the risk of health, safety, fire and electrical hazards and provide control measures / method statements to confirm how they will remove or reduce risks to the lowest level as far as is reasonably practicable.

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Portable appliances - please specify the method and frequency of testing for electrical items within their risk assessment. Testing must be appropriate to the electrical supply, British Standard (e.g. BS7671:2008) and supporting PAT certificates must be provided. 

Fixed wiring - permanent wiring must be tested by our electrician at point of installation and any resulting action recorded on the Activity Checklist. Thereafter, the wiring should be tested annually and the records collected.

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You must provide a completed Fire Risk Assessment form before making any bookings.

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Risk Assessments must be written by the company responsible for the activity. The risk assessment needs to cover set up, customer interface and de-rig. A risk assessment provided for installation is fine, but often the greater risk is what takes place when visitors walk through the doors. Risk assessments should be specific to the activity and to your centre; generic risk assessments or blanket health and safety policies can never be comprehensive.

 

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Prior to being given site access, you will need to provide a brief outlining the nature and key features of your planned activity. This should include a visual, and you will need to provide the following information on the Hammerson Space Booking System:

  • Client and company information, including address and contact details
  • Invoice details
  • Name and contact details of supervisor or event manager who will be on site
  • Payment information
  • Booking details, including H&S documentation (to be supplied in advance of the commencement date)
  • Activity and logistics information