Unit 7B, Phase II, Littlecombe Business Park, Lister Road, Dursley
Littlecombe Business Park is a modern development of industrial/warehouse units.
The unit is of steel portal frame construction and the elevations are a combination of brick and profile metal cladding. Externally, each unit has a designated area for loading/unloading and allocated car parking.
The unit is finished to a shell, ready for an occupiers fit out.
- Minimum eaves height of 6m
- Electronically operated vehicular door
- Power floated concrete floor
- Powder coated double glazed aluminium windows and doors
- Landscaped environment
- Allocated parking
- High quality composite panels
- All mains services including 3 phase electricity
Littlecombe Business Park is a new development situated in Dursley, Gloucestershire.
It comprises part of a mixed-use regeneration scheme which will provide residential, retail, community facilities, public house and other commercial opportunities on approximately 92 acres.
Access to the M5 Motorway is available at either Junction 13 or Junction 14 via the A4135 and the A38. Gloucester is 13 miles and Bristol 20 miles.
Approximate gross internal area
331 sq m (3,563 sq ft)
The adjacent unit, No. 7a (5,085 sq ft) is also available enabling requirements up to 8,646 sq ft to be accommodated.
The entry appearing on the Valuation Office Agency website is as follows:
Rateable Value: £18,500
Rate in £ 2018/2019: 0.493
Prospective occupiers should check with the Local Authority to establish any transitional relief that may be applicable.
Light Industrial or Storage which fall within Classes B1 and B8 of the Use Classes Order 1987.
The property is offered by way of a new lease for a term to be agreed.
The property is elected for VAT.
A charge will be levied to cover the costs associated with the upkeep and maintenance of the common areas.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.
Simon McKeag: 07737 691453
Harry Pontifex: 01242 255242
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