The building comprises a three-storey, self-contained office building with generous on-site car parking. The accommodation will benefit from open-plan floor plates, carpeted floors, in-floor trunking with floor boxes and suspended ceilings. Externally, the site is accessed by a gated entrance and is fenced by palisade fencing.
Linley Point is a two-storey, modern, self-contained office building of steel portal frame construction with brick elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof. Built in 1992, Linley Point provides two floors of high quality flexible office accommodation. Each floor comprises circa 16,000 sq ft with a mixture of open plan and partitioned office space serviced from a central core. The premises could potentially be adapted for alternative uses, such as residential care/nursing home, subject to the necessary planning permission. An EPC is available on request - the building has an EPC rating of 'D'.
G Park in Stoke comprises 2 units for distribution/industrial purposes.
Located within an established commercial area, G-Park Stoke 275 will be available for occupation in December 2018. The speculatively built warehouse will benefit from a best-in-class specification, including 50 metre service yard, 15 metres clear internal height, 28 dock levellers and four level access doors, 38 HGV parking spaces, 168 car parking spaces, a gatehouse and three storey offices. Junction 15 of the M6 (7 miles) to the west provides road links to the North West and West Midlands, and Junction 24 of the M1 to the east provides road links to London and the North East.
The site is situated on Williamson Street linking onto the A50 which is a busy arterial road.
The site is situated on Williamson Street linking into the A50. The A50 benefits from a busy arterial road running through the heart of Tunstall. The site benefits from a prominent position and has excellent visuals.
Prominently situated prestige office suite on Staffordshire Technology Park
Lakhpur Court is situated on the Staffordshire Technology Park at Beaconside approximately one mile north-east from the town centre and linked to Junction 14 of the M6 Motorway about four miles distant via the A513 eastern distributor road. Stafford also benefits from its rail connection links providing intercity services throughout the national network. The Staffordshire Technology Park is the town’s principal office development and is home to a number of major occupiers including the Staffordshire Police Authority, Defra, the National Probation Service, Stafford and Rural Homes, British Red Cross, The Football Association and Handelsbanken.
Lakhpur Court is a high quality development of two-storey brick and tile construction consisting of three imposing office buildings grouped to front an extensive forecourt car parking area. Dalton House is detached and provides accommodation accessed through an entrance lobby leading to four suites on the ground and first floors with a passenger lift linking each level and with each suite enjoying the benefit of its own male, female and disabled W.C. facilities and kitchen. Suite No. 4, which is on the first floor, has been partitioned to provide a meeting room and two offices and fitted features include a raised access floor, dado trunking, suspended ceiling with recessed Category II lighting, comfort cooling and heating, carpeting, coded entry systems to the main doors and intruder alarm protection of the common areas. The availability of the premises provides an ideal opportunity for a potential user to acquire flexible, cost effective and practical working space on a prestige development.
Strictly by arrangements with the joint sole agents, Vicki Burnett at JLL - 0121 214 9938 or Kevin Millar at Millar Sandy - 01785 244 400