Situated a short walk from Cirencester’s busy town centre, Units 7, 8 & 9 are located on a development of light industrial units known as Querns Business Centre. The premises benefit from fluorescent strip lighting, 3 phase electrics, additional mezzanine floors and ample car parking.
Constructed from a steel portal frame with concrete block elevations under a pitched plasticised corrugated sheet roof the units are prominently located on the junction of Whitworth Road and Querns Road, with frontage onto Whitworth Road. The premises comprise 2 good quality open- plan terraced light industrial units. Units 8 & 9 form one large unit located to the right-hand side, with Unit 7 currently interconnected via an internal pedestrian door to the left of the terrace. Both units benefit from roller shutter doors providing vehicular access to the front, with additional pedestrian doors. Toilet and shower facilities are provided in Units 8 & 9 and the premises benefit from fluorescent strip lighting and 3 phase electrics. Additional mezzanine floors are provided in each building. To the front of the buildings is a concrete hard standing providing ample car parking.
Located approximately 500 metres south of Cirencester town centre, Units 7, 8 & 9 are situated on a development of light industrial units known as Querns Business Centre. Other occupiers in the area include Moore Contracting, Catch Energy, Peppermint Print and Pegasus Planning. The Business Centre is ideally situated within easy walking distance of Cirencester’s town centre which provides a variety of shops, cafes, national banks and a Post Office. The estate also enjoys excellent access links to the town’s ring road and M4/M5 motorways. Cirencester is the ‘Capital of the Cotswolds’ and is by far the largest town in the Cotswold District, having a population of around 20,000 it is a thriving historic market town. Cirencester is located roughly mid-way between Swindon, 15 miles to the southeast, and Cheltenham & Gloucester to the Units 7, 8 & 9 Querns Business Centre £36,500 per annum exclusive north-west. The town is a major centre for the local road network, where 8 ‘A’ Class roads converge on the town, the most important of which, the A419/A417 trunk road, provides the link between the M4 and the M5.
Accommodation (May Let Separately)
Unit 7 – G.I.F.A. 1,030 sq.ft.
Workshop: 39’3” x 26’2”
Mezzanine: 23’9” x 14’9”max
Units 8 & 9 – G.I.F.A. 3,041 sq.ft.
Workshop: 62′ x 39’3”
Storerooms x 3
Mezzanine: 47’5”av x 13’2” & 39’3” x 15′
WC’s & Shower
Total G.I.F.A. approx. 4,072 sq.ft.
A new lease is available for a minimum term of 3 years, to be excluded from the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
£36,500.00 per annum exclusive, payable quarterly in advance.
Rent: £36,500.00 per annum exclusive, payable quarterly in advance.
Deposit: A 3 month deposit will be required.
Repairs: Full repairing, plus redecoration in the last 3 months of the term.
Insurance: Landlord insures the building, the tenant reimburses the cost.
VAT is payable.
A service charge of approximately £416.00 per annum will be payable to the Landlord, this being the Tenants contribution towards the cost of grass cutting, gardening and general maintenance of the external areas of the Business Centre.
The premises are currently rated as a whole. Rateable Value is £21,000.00.
Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester.
Tel: 01285 623000.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property has an EPC rating of TBC. A copy of the report is available on request.
Unit 7 and Units 8 & 9 may be let independently.
Unit 7 – £10,000 p.a.x.
Units 8 & 9 – £26,500 p.a.x.
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