The business occupies a retail unit within a small shopping parade located in a pleasant residential estate. Nearby occupiers include a Nisa Local convenience store with a pub and restaurant opposite the shopping parade. The shops have their own car park which is a major asset.
A hot food takeaway business was established from this vacant unit in early 2017 but closed recently for personal reasons. The business had a good local reputation and a 5* food hygiene rating.
The premises are in good order offering a service and public area to the front with a large kitchen area to the rear. Whilst the premises are currently set out as a traditional fish and chip shop, they would be suitable for other hot food takeaway and cuisine uses.
Comprises part of a single storey detached unit.
Service Area approx. 394.3 sq.ft. (36.63 sq.m.) non-slip flooring throughout, LED spot lighting, extraction system, 3 pan gas range, fish fridges and freezers.
Kitchen approx. 343.6 sq.ft. (31.92 sq.m.) with gas hob and oven, extraction system, worktops, chest freezers.
Rating - C.
Permitted to trade from 11am to 11pm
Gas, water and electric is supplied.
The premises are assessed as follows:
Rateable Value - £7,200
Rates free incentives subject to status.
The premises are will be offered on a new IRI lease at an asking rent of £650 per month (£7,800 per annum). Interested parties should seek legal confirmation of this.
The ingoing tenant will be responsible for the landlord’s legal costs in the preparation of the new lease.
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