- Business Unit
- TO LET
- Suitable for offices or a variety of business uses (subject to planning)
- Approximately 129.30 sq m (1392 sq ft) Net Internal Area
- New Lease: terms to be agreed
- Quoting rent: £10,000 per annum
A ground floor office suite, located next to the Devizes Wharf and within a small community of local businesses in the central Wiltshire town of Devizes. Our Ref: 2263
The premises are located within a five minute walk from the centre of Devizes on Couch Lane (one way traffic) connecting New Park Street with Commercial Road and the Kennet & Avon Canal. Car parking to the rear may be accessed from New Park Street via Wharf Street and the Wharf car park.
Devizes is situated in the centre of Wiltshire, approximately 20 miles due South of Swindon and 24 miles due North of Salisbury. The nearest access to the M4 motorway is at Swindon (junctions 15 and 16) and Chippenham (junction 17). Mainline railway stations are at Pewsey, Chippenham and Trowbridge. Devizes has an urban population of 11,715 people within the total population for Wiltshire of 650,745 people (2011 Census).
The premises comprise the ground floor of a 1980s business development and would suit a wide variety of potential uses including offices, community uses, health clinics and leisure uses (subject to planning).
All measurements are approximate and areas are given on a Net Internal basis, in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice, 6th Edition. The measurements of the premises, recorded on net internal basis, are given below.
Net Internal Area
Main room/reception 39.63 sq m/426 sq ft
Disabled WC - -
Wet room 10.92 sq m/118 sq ft
Small side office 13.28 sq m/143 sq ft
Larger side office with adjoining 32.72 sq m/293 sq ft
Male and female WCs - -
Staff room 19.66 sq m/212 sq ft
Kitchen 13.09 sq m/141 sq ft
TOTAL NIA 129.30 sq m/1392 sq ft
The premises are secured by means of an entry code lock on the front door and a burglar alarm.
There are allocated parking spaces immediately to the rear of the unit and there is free parking along New Park Street (up to two hours).