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HoF

Centrale, Croydon

A unique site located outside our biggest anchor tenant and surrounded by all entry points into Centre from car parks and entrances, which makes this area an essential passing point for all customers

Space Details

HoF

A unique site located outside our biggest anchor tenant and surrounded by all entry points into Centre from car parks and entrances, which makes this area an essential passing point for all customers

Daily rate (Mon-Fri)

£400 + VAT

Weekly rate (Mon-Sun)

£1,500 + VAT

Weekend rate (Sat-Sun)

£900 + VAT

Intro

A unique site located outside our biggest anchor tenant and surrounded by all entry points into Centre from car parks and entrances, which makes this area an essential passing point for all customers

Power

1 x 13amp

Suitable for

Retail, Food and Beverage, Experiential

Opening times

All opening times to change to: Mon-Sat: 10am – 6pm, Sun: 11am – 5pm (hours may change due to COVID-19 government guidelines)

Dimensions

8m x 5m

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

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Useful Resources

A: 

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.

A: 

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.