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• TO LET (MAY SELL)
• Fully Enclosed Secure Site Extending to 0.34 Acre (0.138 hectare)
• Good location close to motorway network
• Prominent main road position
• Suitable for haulage, compound, yard, etc
Price: Offers are invited for the clients interest.
Rental: £8,000 per annum.
The property is situated in a prominent main road position in the Hollin Bank/Mill Hill area of Blackburn.
Blackburn town centre is approximately one and a half miles from the site and Junction 4 of the M65 motorway is approximately two miles.
The property comprises a former commercial vehicle compound extending to 0.34 acre (0.138 hectare).
It is fully secure with large gated access off Hollin Bridge Street, into a concreted yard area.
We have calculated the site area to be 0.34 acre (0.138 hectare)
It is understood that all mains services are available to the site. However, it is the responsibility of the prospective tenant to establish that there are adequate services for their proposed use.
The site will require re-assessment upon occupation.
The site is available by way of a new lease for a minimum period of 12 months on full repairing and insuring terms. The rent is exclusive of the costs of occupation which would include business and water rates, electricity and gas.
The rent is to be paid quarterly in advance by standing order.
The landlord will require a minimum deposit of £2000 to be held for the duration of the lease. Full details on request.
Vat may be applicable to the rent quoted
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Please note we are now required to carry out customer due diligence on all purchasers once an offer is accepted, whereby we are required to obtain proof of identity and proof of address of the prospective purchaser
Offers are invited for the clients interest.
£8,000 per annum.
The ingoing tenant will be responsible for the landlord's reasonable legal costs.
The site has previously been used as a commercial vehicle compound. It is understood that other uses would be considered, including haulage, storage, etc. and interested parties are recommended to contact the local planning authority to discuss their proposed use in greater detail.
The Landlord is not interested in motor trade business use such as car sales, car wash, valeting etc
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