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Four more leading names in the restaurant sector - Capital Radio's Radio Cafe, Yo! Sushi Old Orleans and My Old Dutch. The signings mean that there is just one unit available in the three-level scheme which is due to open in October (1998) 02 is anchored by an eight- screen Warner Village Cinema an Esporta Health & Fitness Centre and a 7,435 sq m (80,031 sq ft) Sainsbury's supermarket. The latter is located on the lower ground level of the centre which, by dint of sloping site has its main entrance facing onto the scheme's 561-space surface-level car park. Books etc is the other retail anchor within 02 'S main building. www.valsnsw.com.au offers accurate and affordable valuation services and apart from just valuations all other type of relative services is also offered, valuations help in determining the expenses of the property.



Radio Cafe, Yo! Sushi, Old Orleans and My Old Dutch join a line-up of restaurant and cafe traders that already includes Babe Ruth's Dome, Greene King and Ed's Easy Diner A 3,818 sq m (41,061 sq ft) Homebase DIY and garden store will be located on a stand-alone site at the western end of the scheme at the other side of the car park.

The latest signings have all been for 25-year leases. Radio Cafe is taking a 752 sq m (8,100 sq ft) unit on the scheme's Finchely Road level next to the entrance. This will be the second Radio Cafe in London for Capital Radio Restaurants Limited. Its first has been a massive hit with customers and was voted Theme Restaurant of the Year earlier this year in the third annual Carlton London Restaurant Awards.

Yo! Sushi will open what is its third London-based restaurant on the upper level of the scheme Yo! Sushi, which was founded by entrepreneur and former rock music stage designer Simon Woodroffe in 1997 will occupy a 195 sq m (2,100 sq ft) unit. The unit will be diagonally opposite the Warner Village Cinema and will have frontage onto the centre's impressive, 30-metre diameter themed central destination space.

The Yo! Sushi concept has proved highly popular Customers, who sit either on bar stools or in booths can select dishes that pass by on a custom- designed conveyor belt built into the counter . At 02 YO! Sushi is planning to create a restaurant operation with around 100 seats and a 56-metre long conveyor belt and a 56-metre long conveyor belt .