To Let - Under OfferProminent Ground Floor Retail Premises

14/15, Wrawby Street, Brigg, North Lincolnshire, DN20 8JJ

Description

The property comprises an attractive double fronted ground floor retail premises. The ground floor sales area is open plan with ample storage, kitchen and WC facilities to the rear.

LOCATION

The property is situated on Wrawby Street, Brigg’s prime retailing location. The town benefits from a strong mix of national and local independent retailers, including Boots, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Wilko, Lloyds and Barclays banks.

Brigg has a population of approximately 5,600 people with a wider catchment encompassing the surrounding villages around North Lincolnshire. The town centre benefits from 2 hours free car parking and holds weekly markets every Thursday and Saturday.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING

The current use of the property falls within Class A1 (Shop) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended). 

In the agents opinion, the property may also be suitable for a variety of alternative uses.

The changes to the Use Classes Order to be introduced on 1st September 2020, will mean the unit can be used for a variety of A2 and A3 uses without the need to secure a new planning permission. Further details available on request.

RATES

Charging Authority: North Lincolnshire District Council
Description: Shop and Premises
Rateable value: £11,750
UBR: 0.512
Period: 2020-2021

Multiplying the Rateable Value figure with the UBR multiplier gives the annual rates payable, excluding any transitional arrangements which may be applicable. For further information, please contact the Charging Authority.

It is understood that qualifying small businesses will benefit from up to 100% Small Business Rates Relief. Any prospective tenant is advised to check with the Local Charging Authority.

TENURE

The property is available To Let by way of an effective Full Repairing and Insuring lease, for a flexible term to be agreed.

VAT

VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.

LEGAL COSTS

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.