How to open a shisha bar

how to open a shisha bar

Do you find yourself drawn in by the enticing aromas and laid-back atmosphere of shisha bars? If you know a thing or two about flavoured tobacco and have a head for business, you might even be planning to open your very own shisha bar.

There's no doubt that open up a shisha bar requires a lot of work, but with expert planning, you'll be well on your way to creating a successful business.

If you’re not sure how to open a shisha bar, then you’ve come to the right place - as this guide will give you a low down on all the major steps involved, from practical advice on how to conduct market research to drafting up a stellar business plan.

Carrying out market research on the shisha bar market

The very first step in opening a shisha bar is to carry out market research. Doing so will not only enable you to verify whether there's enough demand for you to successfully open your shisha bar in your target area, but also help you develop the best strategy for providing your service.

Market research will not be complete without an in-depth analysis of three key factors:

  • current industry trends
  • who your potential customers are and what they're looking for in a shisha bar
  • who your competitors are and how they're doing 

The shisha bar market

Originated in the Middle East, South East Asia and Northern Africa , shisha is tobacco that is smoked communally in a water pipe known as a hookah or narghile. In recent years, shisha bars have become increasingly popular in the UK - with a 2019 survey by ash finding that 11% of Brits have tried it at one point or another.

Often taking place in a cafe or restaurant setting and smoked in a group of people, shisha is considered a social activity in which people can catch up with family and friends. 

Shisha smoking is most popular amongst young people, with a 2013 study  indicating that shisha smoking was taken up by between 11% - 18% of all university students.

The sweet and fruity taste of shisha tends to mask its potential dangers. While shisha smoke is no more toxic than tobacco, its users inhale much more, with a 2015 World Health Organization study suggesting that during one 20-80 minute shisha session, a person can inhale as much smoke as they would have had they consumed around 100 cigarettes. 

Many shisha consumers appear to be unaware of the harms, with around 15% of people aged 25 - 35 (the most common users) believing shisha poses no health risks at all, and 44% considering it less dangerous than cigarettes.

The rules and regulations when opening a shisha bar

Open a shisha bar means entering a highly regulated sector, as you'll have to ensure your business complies with the legal requirements under the Health Act 2006 and the Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations 2006 .

Before opening your shisha premises, you'll likely need planning permission from your local council. For approval, you'll have to ensure that your proposed smoking area is not "substantially enclosed" (meaning that more than 50% of the walls are present). 

There are also several requirements you'll need to satisfy around healthy and safety, fire and environmental regulations. Before opening your shisha bar, you'll have to register the premises with your local authority's environmental health service at least 28 days before you start trading. 

It's important to note that this process doesn't cost any money. It simply involves allowing a local official to visit your premises to check out the space to ensure it's safe and hygienic. Click here to register for a visit from your local authority.

When it comes to trading, you should also be aware that it's illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone under the age of 18 and ensure your business takes steps to prevent this from happening - by putting suitable signage in place and refusing minors where necessary. Any products containing tobacco must also be clearly labelled as such.

Finally, if you wish to sell alcohol, you'll need to apply for a premises license when opening your shisha bar. This will also enable you to play live and recorded music and serve hot food and drinks after 11 pm. For more information on how to obtain the licenses above, you can visit the Gov.uk license finder .

In the US, you will be required to register for a business license. You can visit the SBA website for more details on how to obtain this.

You will also need a liquor license for serving alcohol. Each state has its own Alcohol Beverage Control Board that regulates the serving of alcohol. To obtain a liquor license, you must contact your state's ABC board. You can find a national directory of ABC boards here .

Scoping out the perfect location to open a shisha bar

Once the market research stage is completed, you need to pick a location to open your shisha bar. Where it's based will have a considerable influence on how many customers it attracts, and consequently, its turnover and profitability - so this decision is crucial.

We recommend choosing a location regularly frequented by your target market. If you'd like to attract students, for example, you'd be best placed to open within walking distance of a university. If you're visualising a broader customer base, setting up in a lively, downtown street is always an option worth looking into.

Finally, you can also choose to take over an existing shisha bar. This will allow you to benefit from an already established base and an existing flow of loyal customers. 

Choosing the legal structure of your shisha bar

To open a shisha bar is also to give life to a new company with a legal entity. 

You must really focus when choosing the best legal status for your shisha bar because, among other things, it will impact:

  • How much your business is taxed
  • Your taxation at a personal level
  • Your responsibility for the company's debts in the event of bankruptcy

To help you make your choice, you can find more detailed information on the different legal forms available to you on the gov.uk guide for UK business owners and SBA guide for those of you based in the US.

The equipment and staffing requirements of a shisha bar

Once you have chosen the concept to open your shisha bar, settled on a location, and figured out its legal structure, it's time to look at the financial forecast of your business. 

The first step will be to kit out your premises while respecting the health and safety regulations in force. The main investment here will be furniture, alongside the hookahs, stock of products (such as tobacco, teas, coffees and snacks) and all the resources required for the smooth management of your shisha bar, including accounting and payroll management software. 

Also think about marketing investments (including your menus, restaurant sign and website) and legal investments such as employment contracts and licensing costs. 

Staff recruitment is not neglected either: the atmosphere of your shisha bar strongly depends on your employees' ability to make guests feel welcome. When drawing up your recruitment plan, estimate the number of people you'll need for each position, whether it be front-of-house or bar staff, and then recruit enthusiastic, friendly people with the right qualifications. 

Opening a shisha bar also requires you to take out insurance to make sure you're covered in the event of any on-site incidents. Depending on the size of your bar, you may also want to enlist help from specialists such as a chartered accountant or marketing agency, so make sure you factor these costs into your financial forecast, too.

Setting out the marketing plan for a shisha bar

The next step in our guide on how to open a shisha bar is to put an effective marketing strategy in place to help you attract and retain customers. Many means of communication are at your disposal, so it's up to you to identify the most relevant to your business.

Taking to the streets to hand out flyers and advertising in your local newspaper is a surefire way to make yourself known to any potential customers living nearby.

Schemes and promotions (such as a 5 pm - 7 pm happy hour) can be also used as a lever to build customer loyalty.

Finally, you should seriously consider setting up a website when opening a shisha bar, or, at the very least, using social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook to keep your customers up to date with how the business is running. You might also want to make sure that you've been added as a point of reference on Google Maps.

Writing the business plan of a shisha bar

Before the very last step, you need to develop the business plan for your shisha bar.

The business plan is the document with which you will present your business idea and try to secure financing from your bank or potential investors, so you need to make it impeccable. 

If you are not used to writing business plans, a good solution would be to use online business plan software .

There are several advantages to using specialized software:

  • You are guided through the writing process by detailed instructions and examples for each part of the plan.
  • You can be inspired by already written business plan templates
  • You can easily make your financial forecast by letting the software take care of the financial aspects for you.
  • You get a professional document, formatted and ready to be sent to your bank.

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Securing funding to open a shisha bar

Once your shisha bar business plan has been written, you can start looking for financing.

The amount of investment required will depend on the size of your premises, the renovation work to be done and the furniture to be purchased.

There are many ways to raise the capital required to launch your dream shisha bar.

First of all, it's highly recommended that you make a personal contribution to the company's equity, by dipping into your savings.

You can then turn to banks and credit institutions to obtain a loan to finance part of the start-up costs. 

Finally, also think about state aid for business creators. This may enable you to benefit from a low-interest or interest-free loan, for example. 

Now you know everything there is to know about how to open a shisha bar. We hope you found this article useful. If you have any questions or queries at all please do not hesitate to contact our team.

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Shisha lounges are popular with customers, but not necessarily so with planning departments. At Kingsley Smith Solicitors, we have extensive experience of shisha lounge planning law applications and appeals. We can also work with you to overturn enforcement notices.

If you’re planning to open a shisha lounge and are concerned about the planning rules around these then we can help. Maybe you’ve already opened a shisha café and have received an enforcement notice from your local planning authority.       

If you’d like advice about shisha lounge planning permission and what this entails, get in touch with our friendly and experienced team today. Give us a call on 01634 811118, drop us an email at [email protected] or make a  quick online enquiry .

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At Kingsley Smith Solicitors, our planning expert Nicholas Kingsley-Smith uses his many years of experience to find out-of-the-box solutions to even the most complex problems. We have expertise surrounding the following:

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Shisha café regulations in the UK vary from area to area, but the rules around waterpipes are very similar throughout.

Due to smoke-free legislation that targets all buildings, the way you build your lounge is important. Certain designs may fall foul of smoking regulations brought in to reduce the impact of passive smoking.

Shisha can be smoked in the open air where there is no roof or ceiling above the smoker. Where there is a roof or ceiling, at least 50% of the walls of the structure must be permanently open. Some shelters created for Shisha smoking may need planning permission or may be breaching the smoking shelter legislation , so it’s crucial to get expert advice.

Get in touch with us today to find out more about Shisha lounge planning permission. Call us on 01634 811118 or drop us an email on [email protected] .

How to open a Shisha lounge in the UK

If you’re thinking of opening a shisha lounge, or have recently set up a Shisha business, there are laws around smoking, building planning, health and safety and trading standards to satisfy.

There are many different legal aspects you need to be aware of. We’ve outlined a few of these below.

For example, you must ensure:

  • That your premises have a valid fire and safety certificate
  • That noise, light, smoke infiltration is kept to a minimum
  • That your premises are not be enclosed That fire exits are kept unlocked
  • That there is enough ventilation to avoid a carbon monoxide build up.
  • That mouth pieces between customer uses are kept clean and disinfected
  • That hot coals are disposed of correctly

It’s also important to be aware that you may be granted planning permission, but this does not imply that you are compliant with the Health Act 2006 (the act which introduced the strict regulations around smoking).

You should also bear in mind, if you’re suppling hot drinks and food, you need to comply with the appropriate laws and regulations.

We appreciate the difficulty that shisha lounge proprietors have with some planning authorities. With our planning expertise, we can help you overcome any legal barriers, so you can run your Shisha lounge successfully.

For expert advice around Shisha lounge planning law, get in touch with our friendly and experienced team today. Give us a call on 01634 811118, drop us an email at [email protected] or make a  quick online enquiry .

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WINTER 2022 SHISHA LOUNGES SHISHA: STAY WITHIN THE LAW The popularity of shisha lounges is growing and more premises are opening up across the UK. But there are strict rules to follow for those running shisha lounges, to ensure they are safe and operating lawfully The practice of shisha smoking has been slowly spreading across Europe and shisha lounges are springing up right across the UK. It is becoming an increasingly popular social pastime, particularly among young people. For the owners of shisha lounges, there are strict regulations in place. Here we take look at them, to help you ensure you are compliant: Waterpipes can only be smoked in the open air. Where a smoking shelter is provided, it must be at least 50 per cent open at all times. Planning permission: if you change the use of a building, make physical changes to the building, or are erecting a smoking shelter, you are likely to need planning permission. If you are erecting any new structure or changing existing buildings you may also be required to make a Building Regulations application. Fire safety: The business owner must make sure a written fire risk assessment is undertaken. There must be means of tackling a fire for example, fire extinguishers staff trained to use them, and an adequate way of raising the alarm in the event of fire. All furnishings and drapes must meet the required standards so as not to ignite easily. Fire exits must be unlocked and have clear and proper signage. Licences: If you are providing alcohol, certain types of entertainment or refreshments after 11pm you are required to apply for a premises licence. The product: Shisha containing tobacco must have been notified to Public Health England. The list of products that require notification will soon be updated. If you make your own, you must make this notification, for which a fee is payable. Make sure you have receipts for any purchases of shisha and ensure the duty and VAT have been paid. Warnings on the shisha: Packaging for tobacco shisha must have the three-part health warning on the two largest surfaces. Herbal non-tobacco shisha must have the warning Smoking this product damages your health covering 30 per cent of the two largest surfaces. Products must be kept in the original packaging for traceability and to prove their origin. No flavour indication is permitted on the packaging of hand-rolling tobacco products, either in written or pictorial format. This#includes the pipe on supply to the customer. Display and prices: Shisha containing tobacco must not be visible to customers and should be in a separate area, out of public view. It is an offence for under-18s to have tobacco products or prices displayed to them. Price lists cannot be on display and can only be shown to a customer over 18 when requested. It must use wording with characters that are no higher than 4mm, which roughly equates to a 14-point font, and Helvetica font must be used. It may contain colour pictures of the actual tobacco product as packaged for sale, as long as each picture does not exceed 50cm2 in size. It must not contain pictures of individual cigarettes or any other unpackaged tobacco products. A sign stating It is illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone under the age of 18 must be displayed. Further detailed guidance is available. Advertising: You are not permitted to advertise shisha when it contains tobacco. Make sure leaflets, posters or other signs do not promote brands of the shisha or the actual products. Train staff to prevent underage sales. Keep a record of this training. Keep a record of any sales you have had to refuse. You should have systems in place to prevent sales to anyone younger than 18. CCTV is recommended. The Khan Review: an independent review into smoke-free 2030 policies has been published. Recommendations cover: Credit: Andrew Tandy, Trading Standards officer Image: iStock / InkkStudios n Investing 125m per year in interventions to reach smoke-free by 2030 n Raising the age of the sale of tobacco by one year, every year n Offering vaping as a substitute for smoking, alongside accurate information on the benefits of switching, including to healthcare professionals n The NHS prioritising prevention, with further action to stop people smoking, providing support and treatment across all its services, including primary care. For further information, please contact your local Trading Standards Service For up-to-date news stories and information, follow us on Anonymous Hotline 0300 303 2636 Is your sector being undermined by unscrupulous traders operating outside the law? Report them via Trading Standards Anonymous Hotline or online and help level the playing field for honest businesses.

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Is Shisha covered by the smokefree legislation? Yes. The Smokefree (Premises & Enforcement) Regulations 2007 prohibit the use of shisha pipes in all enclosed public places and workplaces. The law prohibits the smoking of tobacco and anything that contains tobacco and any other substance. Therefore it applies to all manufactured cigarettes, hand- rolled cigarettes, cigars, herbal cigarettes and pipes, including hookah water pipes, whether or not the particular product being smoked is tobacco or not. Anything that can be smoked is prohibited by this legislation, not just tobacco.

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Shisha lounges require planning permission, whether you are adding to an existing use such as a restaurant or creating a lounge as the main attraction, planning permission will be required..

We can help you to determine whether the premises you have found are going to be suitable in planning terms. We have advised scores of clients about Shisha lounges and obtained planning permission for shisha lounges in different council areas. Some of the key issues that need to be addressed with shisha lounges is noise disturbance, increased comings and goings, traffic generation and odours.

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Shishka Lounge Mayakovskaya

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I mean if you want to take your Hookah/Shisha experience to the next level this is where you want to be. They told me this was the best place in Moscow so I had to see for myself and it was an amazing experience puts... USA lounges to shame. I mean just come see for yourself and you will thank me later. I will miss this place and it’s atmosphere. More

Highest quality Shisha I've tried in Moscow. We visited several Shisha lounges in Moscow and this was by far the best. Seating is very comfortable, service is very very good. The Shisha masters here really care about making sure they get your taste's right. If... you want the best shisha, come here. More

Those guys are real alchemists and magicians! They will mix you a shisha like you’ve never had before and make you a brand new one in an hour if you decide to stay even if yours is still smoking nicely. Service is super friendly! Prices... are extremely affordable More

I'm always trying to shishas in different parts of the world.This place is not the best place for smoking shisha in Moscow. *You can just sit for an hour which doesn't make any sense.if you want to sit you need to pay more money *Tea... is not so delicious and expensive *Music is so loud,you can't communicate easily with your friend *Huqqa is not so good *You can't pay with your card So this is not the place you can enjoy your huqqa More

I came and shocked with that decoration and the test of the Sheesha. You can rent out the table with Sheesha for 1000 rub even they have some good selection of green tea . Good value of money and very very friendly staff .

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Thanks a lot for such a wonderful review! We are happy to try for you!

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  1. How to open a shisha bar

    The sweet and fruity taste of shisha tends to mask its potential dangers. While shisha smoke is no more toxic than tobacco, its users inhale much more, with a 2015 World Health Organization study suggesting that during one 20-80 minute shisha session, a person can inhale as much smoke as they would have had they consumed around 100 cigarettes.

  2. Shisha Lounge

    Shisha Lounges require planning permission, whether you are adding to an existing use such as a restaurant or creating a lounge as the main attraction, planning permission will be required. We can help you to determine whether the premises you have found are going to be suitable in planning terms.

  3. Shisha Lounge Planning Permission

    With our planning expertise, we can help you overcome any legal barriers, so you can run your Shisha lounge successfully. For expert advice around Shisha lounge planning law, get in touch with our friendly and experienced team today. Give us a call on 01634 811118, drop us an email at [email protected] or make a quick online enquiry.

  4. PDF Planning, Design and Access Statement

    Cheltenham Road. The planning statement is in support of a retrospective planning application for the change of use of 217 Cheltenham Road, for a mixed-use restaurant/café (A3) and Shisha lounge (Sui Generis) to the rear of the premises. 1.2 This application has been submitted to Bristol City Council Planning Department for the following

  5. Do I need planning permission for a shisha lounge?

    HAD & CO is the 'UK's leading provider of shisha bar design and has had a string of succesful planning applications throughout the country. We have a dedicted team with over 10 years of experience working on shisha lounge architecture and planning. Planning permission is required to for a Shisha Lounge as it involves a material change of use.

  6. Appeal Decision

    the unauthorised change of use to a Shisha Lounge (use class sui generis). • The requirements of the notice are: 1. Cease operating the premises as to Shisha Lounge (use class sui generis). ... an application for planning permission is deemed to have been made under section 177(5) of the Act. Decision 1. The enforcement notice is quashed. ...

  7. Shisha Lounge granted planning permission after successful appeal in

    The shisha lounge proposes to accommodate 15 people at any one time, which introduces a more controlled environment. The Inspector concluded that the proposal would not lead to an intensification of the use of the existing beer garden, allowing the appeal and granting full planning permission.

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    Shisha Lounge Planning Permission HAD are the UKs leading Shisha bar designers, we have been commissioned to work on planning applications, building regulations for shisha bars and enforcement notices, along with planning appeal applications.

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    Shisha Lounge - A Planning permission Guide Are you thinking of opening a Shisha Lounge or adding it to your existing A3 use? You need to read our...

  10. Shisha: Stay Within the Law

    WINTER 2022 SHISHA LOUNGES SHISHA: STAY WITHIN THE LAW The popularity of shisha lounges is growing and more premises are opening up across the UK. ... you are likely to need planning permission. If you are erecting any new structure or changing existing buildings you may also be required to make a Building Regulations application. Fire safety ...

  11. Appeal Decision

    restaurant to a restaurant/shisha lounge (sui generis). 8. However, when an enforcement notice is issued under section 171A(1)(b) to allege that there has been a breach of one or more conditions imposed on a planning permission, the deemed planning application is to carry out the

  12. Appeal Decision

    • The breach of planning control as alleged in the notice is: Without planning permission, the change of use of the first floor to a mixed use comprising a restaurant, shisha lounge and bar together with the construction of a timber framed first floor rear extension and external staircase. • The requirements of the notice are:

  13. Shisha Lounge Architecture London

    Project on "Metropolitan Open Land" MOL - Designation used only within London. MOL is afforded the same level of protection as Metropolitan Green 020 3633 0810 The project consisted of an existing pub, change of use application planning application to restaurant and an extension to the rear of the public house. Externally we built pod structures around a central bar, the pods comply with the ...

  14. Plan for shisha bar in listed Bradford building is blocked

    Earlier this year, Sarko Kurda applied for a "certificate of lawfulness" to open a shisha lounge, café and restaurant on the building's third floor, along with a rooftop terrace. He argued the current use of the building as an events venue would mean a full planning application was not needed - as shisha bars fell into the same ...

  15. Planning applications

    After you make a planning application. Search planning records. Have your say on planning applications. Telecommunications planning. Planning decisions. Planning appeals. Planning inquiries. Planning enforcement. Thurrock Council is a unitary authority in the east of England.

  16. Shisha Lounge application in Tower Hamlets approved

    We commissioned a noise impact assessment and effectively argued that the proposal including changes to shopfront and retention of Shisha area to the rear would be wholly acceptable. Planning permission was granted. If you are thinking of opening a shisha lounge, get in touch today on 020 8995 7848 or send us an email to [email protected].

  17. Shisha Lounges

    Shisha Lounges require planning permission, whether you are adding to an existing use such as a restaurant or creating a lounge as the main attraction, planning permission will be required. We can help you to determine whether the premises you have found are going to be suitable in planning terms.

  18. Takeaway to expand with more seating and shisha lounge

    The application by Fellas Pizza was made in February as a proposed extension to the existing food establishment to provide seating area, and a covered shisha lounge.

  19. Appeal Decision

    • The breach of planning control as alleged in the notice is without planning permission, the material change of use of the land from café/restaurant (use class A3) to an unauthorised mixed composite use comprising a shisha lounge and café (Sui Generis). • The requirements of the notice are 1. Cease the use of the land as a shisha lounge

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  21. SHISHKA LOUNGE MAYAKOVSKAYA, Moscow

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  23. Appeal Decision

    2. I have omitted the words "(retrospective application)" from the agreed description of development in the decision notice and have considered the appeal as seeking planning permission for the building, as constructed and shown on the submitted plans, and for its use as a shisha lounge. 3.

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