WORKSHOP / STORAGE / INDUSTRIAL UNIT
Tenure: TO LET
Size: 5,268 sq ft (489.4 sq m)
Rent: £13,000 per annum plus VAT
- Total Gross Internal area of 5,268 sq ft (489.4 sq m)
- Capable of sub-division into two units
- Flexible lease terms
- Approximately three miles north east of Bury St Edmunds via A143
- Asking rent from only £2.25 per sq ft
The property forms part of a larger complex of industrial, workshop and storage buildings situated on the TBS Yard close to Barton Hamlet in the village of Great Barton, situated approximately 3 miles north east of Bury St Edmunds via the A143.
The property is of block work wall construction, clad with fibrous cement sheeting and translucent panels to the roof. Internally the premises benefits from a concrete floor, strip florescent lighting, three phase electricity and sliding timber loading doors.
Unit 8 has a kitchenette, office and toilet facilities as well as an insulated roof and both a wood burner heater and an oil fired hot air blower. The unit has a 2.8m eaves height.
There is on-site parking available
The property has the following approximate Gross Internal areas:
Unit 8 – 5,268 sq ft (489.4 sq m)
£13,000 per annum plus VAT.
A service charge to cover the cost of maintaining the common areas of the estate will be recovered from the tenant.
The property was included in the 2017 Ratings List under “workshop and premises” with a rateable value of £14,750.
Electricity and water charges are the responsibility of the tenant and sub meters shall be used to invoice the tenants separately.
The length of term is by agreement and any tenancy will be outside the protection provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954. The tenant will be required to maintain the unit in no worse condition than at the commencement of the lease.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The unit will need to be assessed for an EPC.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs on completion of this transaction. The ingoing tenant will be required to provide an undertaking to pay the Landlord’s abortive legal costs should they not proceed once solicitors are instructed.