The Real Deal
Plymouth based law firm, Gill Akaster LLP, has helped a local couple to achieve their ambition to establish an environmentally friendly cafe within Sutton Harbour.
Gill Akaster dealt with the lease of the site at Quay Point, between the Mayflower Steps and the Glassblowing House restaurant, where Phil Hague and Katie Easter will set up the real food kitchen.
The new cafe will look across the harbour and offer food made from locally sourced ingredients, aiming to introduce sustainable al fresco dining to the Sutton Harbour waterfront.
The main structure was built off site and has now been transported to Quay Point where the final pieces are being put in place. It is anticipated to be up and running as soon as the end of this week.
Commercial property solicitor, Tony Dupreez, dealt with the instruction on behalf of Gill Akaster and feels that this will be a fantastic addition to the area: “Phil and Katie have some great ideas to make this a truly sustainable venture. It is a prime location and I have been delighted to work with them throughout this project and wish them the very best of luck in taking it forward.”
Katie Easter, co-owner of the Real Food Kitchen, commented: “We are very excited to get the cafe up and running and would like to thank Tony and the team for the hard work they have put in. Being able to trust our legal team has allowed us to really concentrate on getting this enterprise off the ground and ready to launch!”
Gill Akaster boasts a sizeable commercial property team and currently employs 65 members of staff across seven specialist departments: commercial; residential conveyancing; employment; dispute resolution; personal injury; family and wills, trusts and taxes.