Outset Studio – Booking agreement
“The Client” means any person or organisation dealing with the Studio or any agent, representative, servant, employee, or subcontractor of such person or organisation.
“The Equipment” means all fixtures and fittings and all equipment situated in or provided by The Studio.
“The Studio” means the location which is any of the following: Outset Studio, 164-180 Union St, Studio 205, London, SE1 0LH. or Outset Studio, Unit 5, Brickfields, 37 Cramer Street, E2 8HD.
“us” or “Outset Studio” means Outset Studio Group Ltd.
“Building” means the building in which the studio is situated.
The Studio agrees to provide the equipment in good working order but makes no special guarantees as to said Equipment’s functionality or suitability for The Client’s purposes. Any Equipment lost, damaged or stolen will be charged to The Client at its full replacement cost. The Client may not remove any Equipment from The Studio’s premises and all Equipment must be returned promptly at the end of the hire period and in the same condition that it was in at the start of the hire period. The Client is fully and solely responsible for any breakages or damage to supplied Equipment, and grants permission to Outset Studio Group Ltd. to charge The Client card for said damages.
The Client shall be responsible for all or any costs or expenses incurred by Outset Studio as a result of any damage by The Client to the fabric or contents (including furniture) of The Studio premises. No alterations decorations or additions to The Studio are permitted (unless agreed in advance with The Studio).
Health and safety
1. No smoking is allowed in the building, including The Studio.
2. Cooking & hot foods are not permitted in The Studio.
3. Prior to commencing work, Clients should familiarise themselves with the location of the clearly-marked fire exit in the building, the fire extinguishers provided both within The Studio or building.
Use of The Studio and equipment is at The CLIENT’S OWN RISK. The Client hereby waives rights to seek legal redress for mishaps, accidents, and/or loss while on our premises. The Client agrees to leave The Studio, building and the Car Park in the same condition as when The Client arrived. The Client is solely responsible for any legal infractions they or members of their party commit during the hire period, be they in The Studio or within the Building.
The Client agrees to be solely responsible for the conduct and welfare of all persons accompanying The Client whilst in the Studio.
The Client understands that if The Studio is of the view that dangerous or negligent practices or activities are being engaged in during the hire period, The Studio reserves the right to stop the session and require The Client and The Client’s party to leave immediately. The Client agrees to hold The Studio, its agents, representatives, and anyone acting on behalf of the Studio completely harmless from any action, legal or otherwise, that results from The Client’s conduct.
Save in respect of anything that cannot be excluded by Statute, neither the Manager nor The Studio takes responsibility for any loss or damages suffered by The Client, caused by, or arising from its use of The Studio or any Equipment. All equipment and valuables brought on to The Studio premises by The Client shall be at The Client’s own risk. It is in The Client’s best interests to make sure that they have sufficient insurance to cover themselves and their equipment.
The Client agrees to hold harmless The Studio, its owner, agents, representatives, and contractors acting on its behalf for any loss, accident, or injury to The Client’s self or anyone who accompanies The Client whilst on our premises.
Making a booking and reschedule/cancellation/refund policy:
Podcast / Recording Bookings:
Damaging any equipment:
Please do not:
By booking us you agree to abide by the terms set out in this booking agreement.
Thanks for your cooperation.
Effective from 10th December 2019
Last Update: 16th January 2021
These terms and conditions shall be read and construed in accordance with English Law.