The British Horseracing Authority is moving its headquarters to O&H Properties’ 75 High Holborn in London’s Midtown.
The governing body for horseracing has taken six floors at the building, which totals 18,000 sq ft with a 3,000 sq ft basement floor. It has taken the basement, first to fourth floors inclusive, and the sixth floor. It is moving from Shaftesbury Avenue.
The regulatory body and race course operator The Jockey Club has also taken the fifth floor at the building.
Tracy Collins, head of Savills West End agency, which advised landlord O&H, said: ‘This is a significant letting for London’s Midtown market and illustrates the fact that it is a key destination for UK headquarters.’
The rental income from the two lettings totals around £830,000 a year. The lease term is 11 years.
Savills and Farebrother are joint letting agents at 75 High Holborn. King Sturge advised the Jockey Club and Farebrother advised the British Horseracing Authority.