High Bay Warehouse
Royston Gateway is a multi-million pound development on a 30 acre site between the A505 and the established Royston Business Estate. A 30,000 sq ft food store is shortly to be constructed at the front of the park adjacent to the A505. Royston Gateway is to the north of the town centre which accommodates a successful business community including leading names such as Johnson Matthey, Royal Mail, The Automation Partnership, Hamleys and Safeline. Situated only 10 miles from Cambridge and 8 miles from the A1 (M), Royston is superbly located within the Cambridge sub region. The town is situated on the A505 / A10 which provides easy access to the A1 (M) and M11 motorways. By rail, the direct link to London Kings Cross is 38 minutes and to Cambridge it is 14 minutes. Stansted and Luton international airports are just 30 minutes away.
The property will comprise a brand new industrial / warehouse unit of steel portal frame construction with insulated profile metal sheet clad elevations and roof. Key features will include:
15m eaves height to the underside of the haunch
4 dock level loading doors plus one surface level door
Power floated concrete floor with 50 KN / sq m floor loading
Site area of 3.41 acres
62 parking spaces
A detailed planning consent has recently been granted for the erection of an industrial warehouse building for the purposes within use class B8 (Storage or distribution) with offices and ancillary facilities. (North Hertfordshire District Council planning reference 14/01809/1).Accommodation
The property has been measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition) to provide the following:
| Description | sq ft | sq m |
| Ground Floor | 66,790 | 6,205 |
| First Floor Offices | 3,207 | 298 |
| Security Hut | 527 | 49 |
| Total | 70,525 | 6,552 |
The accommodation is available by way of a new lease on the whole or floor by floor or by way of a freehold sale.
The property has yet to be assessed for business rates. Further information is available on request.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs.