FHP are pleased to confirm the letting of 6 Byard Lane to Tailors.
Tailors is a bespoke clothing tailor with a history of trading in Nottingham having relocated from the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre following its demise during the pandemic.
Tailors have taken 6 Byard Lane which neatly sits between Brik Barber Shop and Café Coco Tang.
This completes the letting of Byard Lane, which is now fully let by FHP.
Tailors have taken a position which puts them close to some of Nottingham’s best and well-regarded clothes shops including the likes of Hugo Boss, Reiss Clothing, Flannels, 18 Montrose and Paul Smith.
It has been a long time coming for the tenant who has waited for the property to be split, those from Nottingham will remember this as the back portion of the Tokenhouse retail space once upon a time.
Oliver Marshall at FHP said:
“I am really pleased for Tailors. The property really is in the perfect position for them as they sit nearby to some of the best clothes shops in Nottingham meaning that you can get your clothes tailored close by!
They have taken approximately 650ft² of retail space on a long term basis.”
FHP advised the previous landlord of the block to split the retail space in order to accommodate more localised and regional/independent interest.
“We are pleased to work with all tenants whether it be national, regional or independent as we look to make the city as vibrant as possible.
“This letting is a strong result off the back of the letting to Sneakrverse close by around the corner which we carried out during the pandemic and who have performed well and are thriving as a result.”
“I am over the moon to finally get the keys for 6 Byard Lane as it has been a long time coming since our shop closed in the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre.
“We feel that we now have the perfect location to assist our clients as well as working closely with some of the nearby clothing retailers.
Tailors have taken a long term lease on 6 Byard Lane and complement what is now a full line up on the increasingly popular Byard Lane street in the city centre of Nottingham.”