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Brady Arts Centre office space S2 - UNDER OFFER

192- 196 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5HU


The property is located on Hanbury Street which lies within Whitechapel. Whitechapel Market is in close proximity to the building and Whitechapel underground station is nearby. 


The Brady Centre is principally an Arts & Cultural Facility and home to a theatre, meeting hall and rooms, café and small serviced office units as well as the council’s Arts Service.

The serviced office units are occupied by a range of not for profit and private companies specialising in arts, community services and private ventures.

The vacant unit is situated on the 2nd floor and there are shared kitchen and welfare facilities as well as a lift.


The unit has the following approximate area:

Size S2

Size S2
Unit S2Sq. M Sq. ft

2nd floor




The tenure is a 12-month license agreement. The council is seeking bids from all organisations, and especially those that may be able to enhance the offer of the Brady Centre and the Arts & Events Services (although this is not mandatory). 


  • Unit S2 – Licence fee offers in the region £3185.16

Business rates

Applicants to make their own enquiries with Business Rates Section on 020 7364 5010


The successful party will be responsible for LBTH reasonable legal and surveyors costs.

Selection criteria

Successful Applicants must satisfy Tower Hamlets Borough Council assessment criteria.

Viewing and further enquiries

Interested parties can view the premises by prior arrangement through Shelly Smith at One Consulting Group.

Please call on 01992 677 140 or email shelly.smith@oneconsultinggroup.co.uk to arrange an appointment.

  • Brady Centre temporary opening hours will be 9am to 5pm.
  • The successful bidder will be expected to pay their own and the council legal fees.

Closing date for applications

Please complete the prospective tenants details application form by 31 August 2021.

All offers are to be sent to commercial.lettings@towerhamlets.gov.uk clearly marked 'Brady Arts Centre'.