The property is prominently situated on the corner of Rough Hey Road and Longridge Road (B6243) with approximately 100 m frontage. The M6 motorway lies approximately 1 mile to the west at junction 31a and thus provides easy access to the M55, M61 and M65 motorways all being within a short distance. Immediate occupiers include EH Booths headquarter office and distribution centre and James Hall (Spar) headquarter office and distribution centre.
The property comprises a predominantly single storey, part 2 storey industrial/office facility being of concrete frame construction with full height brick walls beneath steel truss metal clad roof including roof lights. The offices have recently undergone an extensive refurbishment programme being finished to a high standard. The main warehouse offers predominantly clear span accommodation with a height of 5.6 m to the underside of the roof truss rising to circa 9 m at the apex. A loading canopy is located at the rear together with adjoining steel frame building requiring cladding. Furthermore there is a 4 bay open fronted store. The offices have recently been refurbished including suspended ceilings, LED lighting, raised data flooring, air-conditioning and full height glazed
paneling in part. Externally the predominantly concrete surfaced site is secured with palisade fencing with the wider site extending to circa 1.295 hectares (3.2 acres). Separate parking is also locate at the front of the offices.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are available to the premises. The property benefits from its own substation and we believe a potential 800 KVA / 2,000 amp capacity. Interested parties are advised to satisfy themselves in this regard.
We have estimated the Gross Internal Area as follows:
Ground Floor Offices 264 2,837
First Floor Offices 361 3,890
Main Warehouse 2,303 24,790
Side Unit 1,243 13,380
Rear Canopy 282 3,036
Open Storage Bays 751 8,084
Total 5,204 56,017
A gross site area extends to approximately 1.295 hectares (3.2 acres).
The premises have a Rateable Value of £146,000. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with Preston City Council. (www.preston.gov.uk/businessrates).
The premises have been previously used as a waste transfer facility predominantly handling paper, card, plastics, glass, tins and aluminium although we understand the premises would suit uses subject to planning generally within Class B2 & B8 of the Town & Country (Use Classes) Order (as amended). Interested parties are, however, recommended to make their own separate enquiries via the local planning authority, Preston City Council.
The premises are available by way of a new Full Repairing and Insuring lease for a term of years to be agreed.
Upon application, subject to deal structure and specification.
The Landlord either proposes to undertake works to refurbish the balance of the property or offer in going Tenants incentives of an equivalent amount subject to terms and specification.
We understand that the rent will be subject to VAT at the standard rate.
Each party to be responsible for their own costs incurred in this transaction.