To LetTown Centre Retail Premises

Unit 2, 14/15 Wrawby Street, Brigg, Lincolnshire, DN20 8JJ


The property comprises an attractive bay fronted ground floor retail premises.

The ground floor sales area is open-plan.


The property is situated just off 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.


We understand that mains services including water, electricity and drainage are available and connected to the property.

These have not been tested and interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the relevant utility service providers.


We understand the property has consent for a number of uses, falling within Class E (Commercial, Business & Service Uses) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).


Charging Authority: North Lincolnshire District Council
Description: Shop and Premises
Rateable value: £2,650
UBR: 0.512
Period: 2021-2022

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.


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


£4,500 per annum exclusive (£86.50 per week)


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


A service charge is payable by all the occupiers to cover the upkeep and maintenance of the common parts.


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