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Marston Properties Celebrates 30 years of Ownership at Tideway Yard

Celebrate three decades of Marston Properties at Tideway Yard, in the renovated Victorian cobbled courtyard that forms part of the award-winning conversion by Marston Properties, the fourth-generation family-owned property management and development business which developed Tideway Yard and The Old Power Station 30 years ago. 

Built in 1901, Tideway Yard was formerly a stables, coach house and steam-engine shed for Barnes Council depot. Marston Properties has owned this property for 30 years and managed it for the last eight. Its most recent new tenants, Rick Stein’s Trading Ltd, took over The Depot Restaurant in October this year.

Caroline Marston, fourth-generation of Marston Properties, also celebrates her 30th anniversary working for the family owned business this year. Caroline says, ‘Tideway Yard has such historic symbolism within Barnes, our 30 years of stewarding the development deserves to be celebrated. Making use of the outdoor space at the venue, the 200 people working in the buildings will be served coffee and hot chocolate by The Rolling Bean and piping hot pie and mash from an Airstream van catered by ‘MyPie’. We hope that the event will buzz through Barnes, and we look forward to catching up with new and old friends and tenants. John Marston who signed the original development agreement with Richmond Borough Council in 1985 will be joining us as will Andrew and Jane Winch who started their internationally renowned business in The Old Power Station in 1986”

Located opposite the tip of the Chiswick peninsula, Tideway Yard is in a prime leafy riverside location, with high ceilings and a conservatory running the length of the restaurant, framing magnificent views of the Thames at the finishing line of the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races.

Marston Properties has been renovating and regenerating properties in London since 1895, enhancing the historic fabric of each building, and maintaining sensitivity to the surrounding areas with each project.

Originally stables and coach houses for Barnes Council, Tideway Yard was due for demolition, however, provides 29 Office Units ranging from 117 to 1,177 square feet. Many of the units have beautiful views of the Thames, with access to balconies or terraces overlooking the river. All units have their own or access to a communal WC and kitchen facilities. On-site parking spaces are available to rent and it’s just a five-minute walk to Barnes Bridge Station.