The Tramshed, Shoreditch

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John Lovell of Capital Allowance specialists Lovell Consulting, acquired the beautiful 1905 former generating station for the Shoreditch trams with a
view to redevelopment. During the gestation period en route to becoming HIX at the Tramshed, John formed a successful alliance with venue managers
industri management. The characterful building's life as an event venue for short-term hire proved so successful, its operational period was extended.


Lovell Consulting won Best Tax Firm in the World Finance Legal Awards 2012. Recognised as an industry leader in the provision of independent capital
allowances expertise, Lovell Consulting advises across industries. In 15 years all work has been agreed with HMRC. Visit Lovell Consulting.

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In 2009, industri management began representing the vacant Tramshed building. By 2012, industri had developed The Tramshed into one of the most popular event venues and locations in the Shoreditch Triangle. Some clients included BBC TV, catwalk shows for Lyle & Scott and cutting edge Swedish label ACNE, Sony Bravia, Smoothie, London Fashion Week, London Week of Design, Frieze Art Fair to name only a few.


If you are interested for industri to represent your property, industri can help you to develop new and rewarding revenue streams. Find out more by contacting industri management today. Available for event hire or location hire: beautiful 1886 building, Farringdon Street, 9,205ft2. Click here.

Click here to visit HIX at the Tramshed

HIX at the Tramshed is now in residence at 14 Garden Walk, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EQ. In May 2012, celebrated chef, restauranteur and food writer Mark Hix launched his new restaurant HIX at the Tramshed, bringing the redevelopment of the landmark Shoreditch industrial building to a magnificent conclusion.

The 150-seat main dining room uses Douglas fir, leather and stainless steel to set off the Edwardian glazed brick interiors while "Cock and Bull" by Damien Hirst is suspended above the room, a talking point and permanent reminder of the marbled sirloin on the classic Mark Hix menu. Find out more about the new Tramshed Restaurant and book here.