- 737.37m² (4018.9ft²) business premises
- Located in the Barbican, Plymouth
- Consent for Class D1 Use (non-residential institution)
- Rent at £30,000 per annum
Located on Hoegate Street, Barbican 63 is in the heart of Plymouth's historic Barbican. With Mayflower 2020 on the horizon and all the activity that'll be associated with that, this is a great location for a business to be located.
The premises covers the ground floor of the building with a huge wall mural created by iconic Plymouth artist Robert Lenkiewicz, titled 'A Dance to the Music of Time'.
There is access to the building from both Southside Street and Hoegate Street and the building features 11 allocated parking spaces in a secure, basement car park.
The premises is comprised of a large number of ground floor rooms, including several offices, large reception/entrance areas as well as shower, kitchen and WC facilities. The basement features a storage and hall area.
The premises currently fall within Use Class D1 (Non-residential institution), but other uses may also be considered subject to planning consent and suitability. No use that impacts significantly on the existing businesses will be considered.
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Offers are invited in the region of £30,000 per annum.
PCH's legal costs (£875 incl. VAT) for the new lease are to be paid by the tenant.
We have been advised by the Local Authority's Business Rates section of the following:
Current Rateable Value is £18,000.00. Gross Charge is £8,609.38. Interested parties should contact Plymouth City Council Business Rates to verify the exact rates payable.
To arrange a viewing, call Phil Burgoyne on 01752 388315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject to Contract:
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