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The Portman Estate appoints Bruce Gillingham Pollard to advise on its independent retail portfolio, Portman Marylebone

Charlotte Roberts


The Portman Estate has appointed Bruce Gillingham Pollard as advisers for retail, restaurant and leisure property on its 110-acre estate in London’s Marylebone. The instruction encompasses leasing agency and also lease consultancy across the Estate’s Portman Marylebone retail portfolio.

Bruce Gillingham Pollard Director, Charlotte Roberts, commented: “The Portman Estate already provides one of the most interesting variety of places to shop, eat and drink in London. From the increasingly stylish offering on Chiltern Street through to the network of streets and mews around Portman Square, new developments and initiatives being brought forward by the Estate continue to set Marylebone apart as a leading destination for independent retail and unique consumer experiences.

“We’re enormously excited about working with The Portman Estate to further elevate the location through introducing new brands and raising awareness of all that it has to offer.”

The Portman Estate recently became the first Estate to gain B CORP™ certification joining the global movement of trailblazing businesses who meet the highest standards of corporate social responsibility and make a positive contribution to people, communities and the environment. The certification is a designation that a business is meeting excellent standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency on factors from employee benefits and charitable giving to supply chain practices and input materials.

Tom Knight, Portfolio Director at The Portman Estate, added: “We are committed to proactively curating the retail and leisure offering across The Portman Estate to further establish Marylebone as a vibrant destination of choice for all.

“We are looking forward to working with BGP to further evolve the personality and quality of our independent retail and leisure partners across Portman Marylebone.”

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