Second Floor, 2 Chapel Place

Second Floor, 2 Chapel Place

Status: Available

Size: 736 sq. ft

Address: Second Floor, 2 Chapel Place, London, EC2A 3DQ

Rent: £30,000 per annum

Business Rates: £9855.25 per annum

Service Charge: £4560 per annum Including contribution to Buildings Insurance and Estate Charge

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736 sq. ft


Chapel Place is an attractive private courtyard development accessed from Rivington Street and Old Street within the 'Shoreditch Triangle'. This busy mixed used area is occupied by many thriving creative and tech businesses and is well served by hotels, shops, eateries and bars. Old Street Station is within 5 minutes walk with Liverpool Street Station and Shoreditch High Street Stations being 10 minutes walk away. The area is also well served by local bus routes.


The second floor is accessed via a shared entrance and stair from the Chapel Place courtyard. The space is currently configured with a main open space with new lighting under a vaulted ceiling and with a separate meeting room. New toilets and a kitchen have been installed in the unit. The building benefits from a Security Guard employed during the day to look after the estate.


A New Effective Full Repairing and Insuring Lease outside the protective provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act.

Business Rates

We are informed by the VOA Website that the 2017 Rateable Value of the premises is £19,750. We estimate that the Rates Payable 1st April 2021 to 31st March 2022 will be £9,885. Interested parties are advised to seek confirmation from the London Borough of Hackney.

Service Charge

Service charge including contribution to Buildings Insurance and Estate Charge is currently running at £4,560 per annum.



The Statements contained in these Particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute any part of an offer. This Agent and its employees have no authority to make representation or give any warranty in relation to this property. Any intending purchaser/lesser must satisfy themselves by inspection, examination, investigation or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars.