The units are positioned at the end of the cul-de-sac known as Linkmel Close upon the Queens Drive Industrial Estate, with access from Crossgate Drive. Queens Drive (A453) is a key arterial route on the South West side of Nottingham linking the city's inner and outer ring roads. The A453 is the main link to J24 of the M1 Motorway some 10 miles to the South West of the property. Nearby occupiers include B&Q, Wickes, Travis Perkins, Screwfix and Toolstation.
The property comprises two semi-detached units combined to create a single premise. The units are of a steel portal frame with elevations of a brick and blockwork construction, surmounted by a profile cladding system up to the eaves. The roof is pitched, also of a steel profile construction and features translucent roof panels to approximately 10% cover. The floor is a concrete slab and the unit benefits from two connections linking the adjacent units. Key features include: Heating and Lighting 2 storey office and welfare facilities 2 level access loading doors (h5m x w4m) Concrete surfaced dedicated yard and parking areas