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Property round-up: Beavertown's first pub, Livelyhood new venue, Inn Collection expansion, Lunar Pub Company and Peckham Levels

By Michelle Perrett

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Property news: the latest round-up of new openings
Property news: the latest round-up of new openings

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The latest property news includes updates from Beavertown Brewery, Livelyhood, The Inn Collection Group, Sixes moves outside London and Lunar Pub Company.

Beavertown Brewery to open first ever pub 

Beavertown Brewery is to open its first ever pub, the Corner Pin, in its home in the heart of Tottenham, north London on Wednesday 1 September 2021. 

The site is opposite the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium,  is set over three floors and  has a sun-trap beer garden for the warmer months.  

A pub has stood on the Tottenham spot for generations and held the name ‘The Corner Pin’ since the 1970s, but was more recently used as Tottenham Hotspur’s former Ticket Office. The Beavertown restoration of Corner Pin will restore the site to its former glory and bring something brand new to the area.
The beer list will boast the whole range of Beavertown beers to choose from on draught including Neck Oil to Gamma Ray to Lupuloid and its new lager Bones.

Logan Plant, founder of Beavertown Brewery, said: ‘We’re thrilled to be opening our first ever pub in Tottenham, the place we call home. We can’t wait to open the doors to this historic venue and breathe new life into the much-loved pub, the only way we know how…with epic design, cracking beer and a great atmosphere.”


New pub for south London pub group 

South London pub group Livelyhood is to open the Rosy Hue on the corner of the new two-acre park within the Elephant Park regeneration in February 2022. 

The 3,100sq ft and 150 cover venue is a newly-built pub that is designed to mix the old and the new throughout its furnishings, fixtures and fittings. There is also a heated covered terrace with space for another 54 covers.

Inspired by the 19th century Penny Gaffs the area was once known for, the pub takes its name from the rosy cheeks of those who frequented there.

The new opening will bring the south London pub group’s portfolio to eight, with the Rosy Hue joining the Clapham North and the Perky Nel in Clapham, the Regent in Balham, the Faber Fox in Wimbledon, the Old Frizzle in Wimbledon, the Mere Scribbler in Streatham and the Artful Duke (pictured), which opens in Bromley this month. 

Livelyhood owner Sarah Wall said: “As the industry gets back into business after a ridiculously tough period, we’re delighted to take another positive step forward and open our next pub in such a perfect spot in Elephant and Castle. My grandparents operated in this community for nearly half a century, so this one is extra special for me personally. I feel fortunate to be opening one of our pubs in such a colourful and vibrant area of London.” 

Artful Duke

The Inn Collection Group adds famous York venue 

The Inn Collection Group has secured historic York property the Dean Court Hotel as it continues to expand its pubs with rooms estate across the north of England. 

The landmark Grade II-listed building is located near attractions include Jorvik Viking Centre, the historic Shambles and the National Railway Museum as well as having views over York Minster.

The 40-bedroom site will begin trading immediately under The Inn Collection Group’s flagship ‘Eat, Drink, Sleep and Explore’ trading brand.   

The undisclosed deal takes The Inn Collection Group’s total site count to 25 and is its fifth Yorkshire venue, as the group looks to expand its market base further across the county with further acquisitions in the pipeline.

Managing director of The Inn Collection Group Sean Donkin said: “The Dean Court Hotel is an extraordinary site. We are absolutely delighted to be adding this spectacular venue and its team into our collection. 

“It matches our pubs with rooms blueprint in every way, offering our expanding customer base an unrivalled location with a phenomenal USP in its proximity to York Minster. 



Lunar Pub Company confirms opening date for open second site 

The Lunar Pub Company will open its a second site – Ganymede – in Belgravia on 7 September. Located on Ebury Street, the 2, 500 square foot site designed by NOVO Design House is split between a 30-cover bar and a 55-cover dining room.

Trading seven days-a-week for lunch and dinner, including Saturday brunch and Sunday roasts, Ganymede will offer refined and innovative British food. The menu has been created by Oliver Marlowe and newly appointed head chef Daniel Mertl, who has previously held positions at renowned restaurants such as Chez Bruce, Noize and Michelin-starred The Glasshouse. 

The 55-cover dining room will serve a daily changing menu while a 30-cover bar area will play host to an extensive wine list and signature cocktails, alongside a range of top shelf spirits, as well as lagers and real ales.

Owner and director, Hubert Beatson-Hird said: “With life reopening and the appetite for unforgettable dining and drinking experiences greater than ever, Ganymede couldn’t be launching at a better time.

“I can’t wait to show people what we’ve been working on behind the scenes for the past 18-months, and I’m confident Ganymede will be a stellar addition to Ebury Street.” 

Ganymede [2]

Sixes expands outside London

Sixes the immersive cricket experience is opening its third site in Manchester this month (August). 

The brand founded by Calum Mackinnon and Andy Waugh, from London’s Mac & Wild restaurants, will be bringing the social cricket and Great British BBQ experience to the city’s Corn Exchange on Cathedral Street.

As well as a champagne bar, the venue boasts 70-seater bar and dining space and an open kitchen with Robata Grill. 

“This is an incredibly exciting phase in the growth of the Sixes community”, said Mackinnon. 

“The opening of a Clubhouse in Manchester – a vibrant city famous for its love of sport – is the perfect next step, and we can’t wait for the people of Manchester to experience Sixes, explore our delicious menu, cocktails and Champagne Bar.” 

“Cricket has a rare, unifying quality, capable of connecting people from all backgrounds. Sixes is no different. We’re combining our love of sport with a passion for quality food and drink, creating a welcoming and relaxed experience where anyone can enjoy the game we love.”



Peckham Levels reopens after revamp 

Peckham Levels, the destination venue in the heart of SE15, has reopened following a full revamp. 

The venue’s bars, Near & Far ​and Lady Godiva​, are back open and ready to serve a wide-array of ice-cold cocktails, wine, craft beers, spirits and more. 

The new revamp has seen the addition of seven street food traders, exciting retailers and new, streamlined spaces for eating, drinking and socialising. 

Each bar is also set to play host to a variety of events later in the year. 

New to Peckham Levels this year is Old Spike Roastery, a very special coffee roastery and social enterprise, which donates 65% of its profits to support people experiencing homelessness. 


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