Suttons and Robertsons

M. Sutton was founded in 1770 by Mr Thomas Miller Sutton and moved to its present location in Victoria Street in 1800. It is the oldest pawnbroker in London. In 2006, T. M. Sutton’s joined together with Robertsons to become Suttons & Robertsons, and is now part of the largest pawnbroker firms in the UK today. M. Sutton’s is a registered member of the National Pawnbrokers Association.M. Sutton is regarded as the grandfather of the pawnbroking business, specialising in jewellery, gold, diamonds, watches, antiques & silver, and artwork. T. M. Sutton proudly continues to offer our valued customers the highest calibre security, discretion. The requirement for a new premises to accommodate the Suttons and Robertson’s brand was as a result of a compulsory purchase order on the existing Victoria Street branch. The story starts some two years ago when Vision Projects worked hand in hand with the client to develop a design concept which could be rolled out across the country and later internationally, but could also be applied to the existing store portfolio and also future acquisitions. Vision Projects were appointed to manage the design and delivery of the installation of the new branch positioned on the main colonnade on Victoria Street, just a stone’s throw from the existing location. The Victoria project would be the fifth branch Vision would undertake on behalf of the group and we drew on all our experience to transform the empty shell which was once two separate units, a birthday card retailer and a men’s wear shop into what would become the national flagship store for Suttons and Robertson’s brand. The installation comprises…
  • Mechanical works
  • Electrical works
  • Sprinkler system modifications
  • Floor screeding
  • Suspended ceiling
  • Seamless glazed partitions
  • Bespoke joinery works
  • Office furniture
  • Switch glass
  • Decoration
  • Vault installation
  • Wash room facilities
  • Staff welfare facilities
  • LOCATION Fleet Street London, St Albans, Victoria Street London, Manchester, Birmingham
  • VALUE £1,400,000+