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PRIME POSITIONED HOT FOOD / RETAIL COMMERCIAL UNITS WITH PRIVATE PARKING IN DYCE, ABERDEEN

To rent: ROA|1523 Sq Ft|Residential, Mixed use, Retail - High Street, Retail - Out of Town, Restaurant/Cafes, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Retail

PROPERTY DETAILS

TO RENTROA
SIZE1523 Sq Ft
ADDRESSThe Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, Burnside Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB21 0HZ
TYPEResidential, Mixed use, Retail - High Street, Retail - Out of Town, Restaurant/Cafes, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Retail
TENURETo Let
POSTED ON19th May 2020

DESCRIPTION

SITUATED WITHIN MIXED USE AREA
ADJACENT TO 283 NEW FLATS
1,529sq ft & 1,523sq ft
Hot Food Consent
Private Parking
From £26,000p.a.x

Location

The property is situated on the south side of Burnside Road at its junction with Wellheads Road, accessible from Riverview Drive within the town of Dyce in Aberdeen.
The property locale benefits from being within a mixed use area with 283 new residential apartments being developed nearby along with being close to Aberdeen International Airport and B.P. North Sea H.Q.

Aberdeen is located approximately 180 km (125 miles) north of Edinburgh and 210 km (145 miles) north east of Glasgow. The city benefits from excellent road communications with the A90 and A96 offering direct links to Dundee and Inverness. In addition, the city is connected to the national rail network with direct services to London Kings Cross. Aberdeen International Airport is approximately 9.6 km (6 miles) north-west of the city centre and is used by around 3 million passengers a year for scheduled and charter holiday flights.

Aberdeen City & Shire is the third largest city region in Scotland and home to almost 0.5 million people of which 230,000 live in Aberdeen. Aberdeen is one of the world's top five energy cities and has been ranked as one of the UK's most competitive cities with innovative industries, excellent academic and research capabilities and a highly skilled workforce. Alongside continued investment in energy, life sciences, tourism and hospitability, food, drink and agriculture, digital and the creative sectors are industries
on the rise (Source: Aberdeen City Council).

The Aberdeen economy continues to bounce back from the effects of the recent downturn in the oil and gas industry. Latest evidence of an upturn comes from a new report revealing the Granite City has taken second place for growth across 45 of the country's largest cities.

Property

The property itself comprises a single storey former bank of traditional construction surmounted by a flat roof with private parking for approx 19 no. vehicles.

Following sub-division, the units will offer large glazed display windows to the front elevation with access via single door entry. 1 unit has been granted planning consent for hot food take away with the other benefitting form Class 1 & 3 (food & drink) consent.

Area

The units have been calculated from architects plans to offer the following floor areas;

Unit 1: 141sqm (1,529sq ft) - Hot Food Take Away
Unit 2: 140sqm (1,523sq ft) - Class 1 & 3 (Food & Drink)

NAV/RV

The property has yet to be reassessed following sub-division, more information can be sought by contacting Grampian Valuation Joint Board.

Rent

Our client is offering the units on new full repairing and insuring head leases for negotiable terms for the following rents:

Unit 1: £28,00p.a.x
Unit 2: £26,000p.a.x

V.A.T

Prices quoted are exclusive of V.A.T

E.P.C

Available on request

Legal

Each party shall bear their own legal costs incurred in the transaction

Viewing

By appointment only

LOCATION

Location: The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc, Burnside Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB21 0HZ

Aberdeen (1.0 miles)

Dyce (5.0 miles)

Portlethen (5.6 miles)

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