- TO LET - 3,650 sq ft / 340 sq. m.
- Modern Industrial / Trade Counter Unit
- Highly accessible location
- Secure court yard setting
- Excellent parking and loading
- Flexible lease terms
Situated in a highly accessible location opposite the successful Carrs Industrial Estate just off the A56 Haslingden Bypass. Occupiers include Howden Joinery, Switch to Switch and Wolseley Centres Ltd.
The A56 links with the M66/M60 to the south and the M65 to the north, enabling easy access to the national motorway network.
A series of modern industrial/trade counter units, of steel portal frame construction with uninterrupted manufacturing/warehouse space.
Externally the units are clad with profile PVC coated metal sheeting, and loading is via a 4.5 metre high loading door.
The property benefits from excellent parking and loading facilities, and quality features include:
- mezzanine storage
- double glazed aluminium windows
- minimum eaves height 6 metres
- three-phase power
- security provision
- secure courtyard setting
|Unit||Size (sq. ft.)||Rent per annum|
|15||3,650 sq. ft.||£32,500 + VAT p.a.|
See availability schedule
The units are available to lease on flexible tenancy agreements, which are specifically designed to assist the small business user.
The tenancy agreement provides for:
- initial three-year term
- tenant responsible for all business and water rates and other outgoings
- no solicitors required.
A service charge will be levied in respect of the upkeep and management of the common areas of the estate. The service charge for 21/22 is 0.45p per sq. ft..
As published on VOA website online, the property has a rateable value of £12,500.
All mains services are available, including three-phase power.
It will be the ingoing tenant's responsibility to supply their own heating to the premises.
EPCs are available for the individual units
Any uses within Classes B1, B2 and B8 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 will be permitted.
It is however the ingoing tenant's responsibility to verify that their intended use is acceptable to the local planning authority.
STRICTLY THROUGH AGENTS