The available accommodation comprises a range of private offices and workshops within a modern multi-let building.
The offices are finished to a modern specification including carpeted floors, painted walls and ceilings, lighting and heating together with power and data connections.
The shelf specification workshops have external loading door access.
There is a shared reception with staff, WC, post room, meeting room and stores over ground and first floor level with both lift and stair access.
Externally there are ample communal car parking spaces.
We understand that our clients have measured the property in accordance with the prevailing RICS property measurement guidance and calculate that it has the following floor areas:
Offices range in size from 14 sq m (147 sq ft)
Workshops are from 46 sq m (498 sq ft)
A schedule of the current availability is available for consideration.
Mablethorpe Business Centre is situated on the popular Golf Road Industrial Estate to the north west of Mablethorpe town centre. The position provides quick access to major routes leading north, south and west.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
The various units have consent for use falling within Class B1 (Offices/Light Industrial) of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).
Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the Local Planning Authority.
The units are available To Let by way of flexible “easy-in/easy-out” licence agreements.
Available from £1,970 per annum
The rents are inclusive of heating, electricity (for the offices only), telephone system (only if centre phones are used), office waste disposal, postal sorting, common parts cleaning, building and grounds maintenance, buildings insurance, CCTV and other security (and fire monitoring).
The rental is exclusive of telephone call charges and line rental, business rates, electricity for the workshops, broadband connections, hire of the meeting rooms and office cleaning.
VAT will be charged in addition to the rental at the prevailing rate.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.