Barnard Marcus Closing Two Chiswick Branches

Business relocating to new premises on the High Road

A visualisation of the new branch on Chiswick High Road
A visualisation of the new branch on Chiswick High Road


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Estate agent Barnard Marcus has confirmed that it is intending to consolidate its operation in Chiswick into a single branch.

This will mean that the firm, which is part of a nationwide chain, is to close its offices at 237 Chiswick High Road and 45 Turnham Green Terrace.

A new branch is currently being fitted out at 87-89 Chiswick High Road, which was most recently occupied by The Parent Hood, a café for parents with a creche and yoga studio and Peppermint a retailer of pushchairs.

The 1,590 sq ft site opposite the junction with Thornton Avenue was recently advertised for an annual rent of £52,000 per annum.

A spokesperson for the company said, “Barnard Marcus is merging its two existing branches in Chiswick (located on Turnham Green Terrace and Chiswick High Road), to serve the entire W4 area from one larger branch on Chiswick High Road. All staff will transfer into this new branch and there will be no redundancies. This move is aimed to provide a more convenient location for customers, as well as facilitating further expansion of the team while continuing to comply with Covid-secure measures.”

Rival estate agents had originally feared that the chain was potentially adopting ‘Starbucks-like’ business tactics by flooding the area with branches in the hope of driving out competition.

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June 27, 2021

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