Tapas, Cocktails & Rooftop views!

Published: 30 December 2020

Tapas, Cocktails & Rooftop views!

Princes Risborough Town Council has agreed final terms and negotiations for a 20year lease on their commercial premises and has announced that their new tenant is hospitality business “The Manor” who already own a successful Restaurant, Cocktail Bar & Roof Terrace in the heart of Aylesbury.

The council-owned building, a former NatWest Bank on Princes Risborough high street has already undergone interior refurbishment works by the Town Council and the installation of a new shop frontage.  The premises were the subject of a lengthy planning application which has resulted in the approval and addition of a rooftop terrace area with panoramic views to the existing 1369 sq. ft building.

The Manor’s spokesperson/Owner Peter Lee said “We are delighted to be expanding and coming to Princes Risborough and contributing to the local economy.  We expect to open by May 2021 and will serve both delicious brunches and tapas alongside an extensive range of alluring cocktails”.

The Town Council is one of the first in the country to invest in commercial property and is confident that the new addition to the High Street, will enhance the town's night-time economy as well as offer the best financial return and long-term viability for tax-payers' money.

Town Mayor & Chairman Cllr, Matthew Walsh said,  “We very much look forward to welcoming The Manor to Princes Risborough and subsequently introducing a new offering to the town which will benefit both residents and visitors alike”.    



Information for Editors:
About Princes Risborough Town Council
The Princes Risborough Town Council is a Quality Gold standard holding council; amongst the top 7% of all local councils in England. It has an elected body of 13 unpaid councillors who have statutory responsibilities for certain aspects of the town, including street lights, public parks, grass cutting, and maintaining some of the town’s listed buildings. The council is also involved in economic regeneration, local planning for residents and commercial development, and providing a community voice to the new Buckinghamshire Council.

Photo credits: The Manor Aylesbury
Photo captions:  
Interior of The Manor Aylesbury,  
The Manor Roof Terrace, Aylesbury  
The Manor Signage
For more information please contact:   either the Deputy Clerk Kirsty Pope on 01844 275912 kirsty@princesrisboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk or the Princes Risborough Town Council’s external PR / Comms consultant, Annabelle Denbury on adenbury@gmail.com or 07377890879