End Terraced Industrial Unit with substantial shared yard and parking
Broxburn is located 12 miles (19 km) west of Edinburgh and is accessed via the A8 and A89 leading into the A899. It is situated approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) from Edinburgh Airport, and to the north of Livingston. Broxburn has established bus routes and other transport links. The nearest railway station is at Uphall Station providing links to Livingston, Bathgate, Airdrie, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The premises are situated next to Westerton House, on the north side of Westerton Road, within East Mains Industrial Estate, accessed just off Dunnet Way. Occupiers currently include Wheat Free Bakery, R&M Electrical with other nearby occupiers including Shanks and McConechy's.
Refurbishment works to be undertaken to put into FRI condition Offices have carpeted floors, plastered painted walls and suspended ceilings with recessed lighting and central heating Male and female WC’s accessed off the entrance lobby Minimum eaves height of 5.6m rising to 7.1m 3 phase (100amp per phase) power supply, and high bay fluorescent lighting. Connectivity to all mains services including gas, water, drainage and power. Manually operated roller shutter door. Mezzanine has some load-bearing capabilities
Strictly by appointment by the agents
Crichton House provides high quality open plan office accommodation in the attractive Holyrood area of Edinburgh's City Centre
Crichton House is located in the heart of the established Holyrood area of Edinburgh where major occupiers such as The Scottish Parliament, Rockstar, Citigroup, BBC, University of Edinburgh and the new Waverley Court, Headquarters building for the City of Edinburgh Council are situated. The area is well with wide range of bars, restaurants and cafés such as Pizza Express, Serenity Cafe, Starbucks and Hemma. This is set against the spectacular backdrop of Salisbury Crags and Holyrood Park. Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and Edinburgh City Centre Bus Station are both within walking distance from the property and Holyrood is well served by the city’s bus network.
Perimeter cable trunking Gas central heating Kitchen & WC Facilities Modern Lighting Lift Access (1st floor)
The subjects are available to let on new flexible FRI lease terms.
This prominent, mixed-use, roadside development opportunity is situated at the gateway to Queensferry One, offering up to 16 acres
Queensferry One comprises a new strategic development site, set at the entrance to Fife and just to the north of the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing – two key transport links between Fife and Edinburgh. Sits at Juntion 1b M90.
Local DemographicsLocal population within 10 mile radius – 190,000 (2016) Rosyth population – 13,780 (2016) Total workforce within 1 hour drive – 2.25 million Total workforce within 15km – 234,407 Total workforce within 5km – 46,44
Port Activities100 cruise liners per annum Scotland’s only freight ferry service to Europe 24/7 stevedoring support Handles 100,000 tonnes of bulk cargo a year Final assembly of the two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers
Traffic MovementsM90 two-way daily traffic flow of 64,000 vehicles per day* Buses to Edinburgh depart every 10 minutes. Ferrytoll Park & Ride, Inverkeithing – www.ferrytoll.org – 1,050 car spaces Information on The Forth Bridges – *Department for Transport Traffic Counts 2016 – count point 30851 (AADF)
Petrol Filling Station Motorway Services Drive Thru Restaurant & Coffee Restaurant Hotel Retail & Leisure
Plots of varying sizes are available to purchase, alternatively buildings and be leased on a design & build basis to an occupiers specification. There is a full design team in place to deliver bespoke opportunities.
Sugar Bond House is located in Leith, on the periphery of Edinburgh's City Centre. The property forms part of a larger development known as the Bonds, located off Bonnington Road. The Shore area of Leith is a short 10 minute walk away which provides a superb mix of bars, restaurants and shops. Current occupiers within the development include Pulsant, Caliber Interactive, Toshiba, and the NHS.
Sugar Bond House was originally built as a sugar refinery in the late 19th century. It has since been converted to provide high quality open plan office accommodation. The available space comprises the 6th floor, which benefits from the following specification: - High quality existing fit out - Self-contained WC facilities - Raised access floors - Gas fired central heating - 5 car parking spaces - Lift access - DDA compliant - Shower Facilities
According to www.saa.gov.uk the premises have a rateable value of £18,000. Based on the current rate poundage of 48.0p this will result in an estimated rates liability of £8,640 per annum.
40 Princes Street provides a landmark Grade A Office in a prime position adjacent to a major transport hub in central Edinburgh
The subject property is located on Princes Street which is one of the best known thoroughfares in Europe. 40 is the only substantial office development with a Princes Street address which enjoys panoramic views of one of the most celebrated skylines from The Balmoral Hotel to Edinburgh Castle. The building is surrounded by some of the city's most exciting developments with new nearby restaurants including Dishoom, The Ivy, Refinery and Gaucho. In addition, Gleneagles and Edinburgh Grande will shortly offer a private club and high end serviced apartments and Edinburgh St James will provide a new shopping destination.
Striking 5 storey glazed entrance atrium 2x 13 person glazed passenger lifts and 1x 13 person standard lift Floor loadings 4+1 KN/sq.m. 120mm metal raised access floor High quality metal suspended ceiling tiles with feature plasterboard surrounds Clear floor to ceiling heights ranging from 2.75-2.8m Full air conditioning
The 6th & 7th floors are available from 21st May 2019 on a new lease directly from the Landlord.