Over the past few weeks, there have been many Leisure & Hospitality award ceremonies, showcasing and awarding outstanding concepts across the country and in some cases, the world.

The Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund has been investing and growing Leisure & Hospitality concepts for the past 5 years. Amongst these concepts, are award winners.

The former bank turned bar and events space, Six Storeys on Soho has had a very a good few weeks. This Camm & Hooper venture, housed in a tall (thus the name) 18th Century townhouse overlooking Soho Square, won a bronze award for ‘Best New or Refurbished Venue’ at the London Venue Awards.

Following their bronze win, the decadently decorated drinking and dining venue picked up the gold award for ‘Best Private Dining Venue’ at the HireSpace awards. To top it off,  the Camm and Hooper group were awarded ‘Best Venue Portfolio Marketing’ at the Hirespace awards too.


Also riding high after a busy award-filled few weeks is No. 29 Power Station West.  The riverside bar and restaurant located in Battersea Power Station scooped two awards at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards. Outshining the competition, they were awarded ‘Best Pub’ and ‘Best Overall UK Bar’.

Taking the top spot in both, this Darwin and Wallace-owned neighbourhood bar has shown its offering is just as impressive as its location.

No. 29 Power Station West

Six Storeys and No. 29 Power Station West are just two of the London-based bar/restaurants launched thanks to the Imbiba Leisure EIS Fund. 

Both Darwin & Wallace and Camm & Hooper received their first investment in 2012. Since then, both groups have gone on to grow a portfolio of unique spaces across central London.

Darwin & Wallace is developing contemporary bars and restaurants, with a focus on affluent London ‘Villages’. The company has now opened six sites in the capital located in No.11 (Chelsea), No.32 (Clapham), No.197 (Chiswick), No.1 Duke Street (Richmond), No.29 Power Station West (in the iconic redevelopment of Battersea Power Station), No. 601 in Wimbledon, No 17 Dickens Yard, and is due to open a seventh site in Ealing is opening in November 2018.

Camm & Hooper is seeking to revolutionise event spaces in iconic London buildings with a focus on innovation and quality and aims to exceed expectations at all levels. The company now has five sites in Central London which cater to several markets. Its flagship site, Banking Hall, has a capacity for 800 people and has hosted events for companies such as the Financial Times, Bloomberg and Rothschilds. Tanner & Co, located in Bermondsey provides bar/restaurant facilities and its “Tanner Warehouse” event space.  The Victorian Bath House provides a distinctive, intimate space for 150 people close to Liverpool Street Station. There most recent site Six Storeys on Soho combines a bar/restaurant on the ground and first floor with flexible event space over the next four floors. The fifth site, Grace Hall, opened opposite the Lloyds Building in November 2017.

If you’d like to speak to us about any of our open investment opportunities, email: info@enterprise-ip.com or call today on 020 7843 0470.


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