LONDON (VIP NEWS) — UK Music promoter and venue operator DHP Family has put a call out to the property sector as it ramps up its search for suitable premises to grow its venue portfolio.
Following the success of its first London venue, Oslo in Hackney, DHP is actively looking for further opportunities to expand its live, club, food and bar operations.
The company, headquartered in Nottingham, owns the world-famous Rock City, celebrating its 35th anniversary at the beating heart of the region`s music scene, as well as six other venues across Nottingham, Bristol and London.
DHP is interested in properties from 7,000 to 15,000 square feet, in both established and emerging areas of London and Greater London as well major university towns nationwide.
The property can be over multiple floors as long as there is one main room and both trading business or new opportunities or change of use would be considered. A premises license and good proximity to transport links would also be preferred.
Club development director Bart Easter said: "All of our current iconic establishments have their own personality, driven by their own individual audience. Over the past 35 years we have grown to become a multiple award-winning name in the live music industry with a deserved reputation for our innovative and creative approach to our venues and events. We are currently operating seven venues nationally combined with both ticketing and promotional businesses, and are on the lookout for new opportunities in this area.
"Last year alone we promoted 1,000 shows across the UK, serving over a million customers at our venues and events. We aim to build upon this success year after year and urge anyone who may have a suitable property to get in touch."
–According to MusicWeek