Opposite Waitrose/adjoining Sedero Lounge – available immediately
Pedestrianised setting in Wokingham town centre
Busy location – with a touch of nature!
24’6”ft internal width x 23’ ft deep
515 square feet plus toilet/kitchenette - 570 square feet gross internal
Ground floor lock up shop – the best setting in Wokingham?
Available on a new lease – terms to be agreed
LOCATION Probably the busiest part of Wokingham – immediately adjoining Waitrose and Sedero Lounge and fronting a bold pedestrianised area linking Broad Street/Waitrose (with its car park)/Rose Street – leading to the town centre regeneration area.
DESCRIPTION A brand new retail unit with an individual identity and architectural expression to break up and add variety to the street scene, with mainly brickwork elevations beneath a pitched roof. This shop has a central door and two windows for display purposes on the front elevation and a personal door to one side. The back right hand corner includes a kitchenette with toilet beyond. Suitable for a range of occupiers – subject to references and Landlord’s approval.
TERMS The shop is available on a new lease with terms to be agreed. This is a prime location – a good covenant/guarantors will be required.
RENT £19,750 per annum exclusive
VAT will be charged additionally on the rent
RATEABLE VALUE To be assessed
PLANNING The property is within the administrative area of Wokingham Borough Council. The proposal to redevelop and extend Bailey’s House was first referred to in Planning Application F/2009/2435. The planning permission anticipated A1 use for this building but now permitted development is available for A2, A3, B1 and C3. Apart from change to A2 use, the permitted development is subject to prior approval. The current owners however would not consider a change of use to C3.
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