Fuller’s acquires two new riverside sites

By Lauren Houghton

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: London, Fuller, Greenwich

The Greenwich site is part of the New Capital Quay development
The Greenwich site is part of the New Capital Quay development
London brewer and pub company Fuller, Smith & Turner P.L.C. has bought two freehold sites by the Thames in Fulham Reach and Greenwich. 

The Fulham Reach site will be called The Tideway and will open before Christmas this year, while the Greenwich site will be known as The Sail Loft and will open in spring 2015.

The site in Fulham Reach site is part of a new development and will be the second Fuller’s pub along the Boat Race course, joining The Dove in Hammersmith. The Tideway will have a south-facing terrace which offers views of the Harrod’s Depository and the Hammersmith Bridge.

The Sail Loft will be Fuller’s second site in Greenwich and is located close to the Cutty Sark. It will also feature riverside terraces that offer views across the Thames to Canary Wharf.

Fuller’s are also opening One over the Ait on Kew Bridge later this year, which means they will have three new riverside pubs for the coming financial year. There will be a total of six Fuller’s pubs along the Thames between Greenwich and Kew by Spring 2015: The Sail Loft, The Banker, The Tideway, The Dove, The Bell & Crown and One over the Ait.

Fuller’s chief executive Simon Emeny said: “The Fuller’s acquisitions team has been doing a fantastic job. Combined with The Admiralty on Trafalgar Square which will open this autumn, London’s Pride at Heathrow Terminal 2 in June and One over the Ait, we have five very high profile sites opening this year.

“It’s an exciting time for Fuller’s and we will continue to seek out new acquisition opportunities in the coming months and years.”

Related topics: Business & Legislation, Openings, Pub & Bar

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