1,019 sq.ft ( 94.67 m2 )
The Property is situated on the east side of Billericay High Street (B1007), approximately 150m to the south of its junction with Chapel Street. Billericay Railway Station is approximately 500m to the north. It occupies a prime trading position within the main retail thoroughfare. Other retailers include W H Smith, Boots Chemist, Costa Coffee, Superdrug, Holland & Barrett, TUI and numerous high street banks and a number of restaurant chains. Billericay has a population of approximately 36,300 (2011 Census). It is a commuter town approximately 45km east of Central London, falling within the district of Basildon. The Town Centre offers a wide selection of national and local retailers serving the local community.
The property comprises a prominent ground floor retail unit with the following floor area and includes a small store and WC. There is a shared rear access.
|Ground Floor Sales and stores||1,019 sq.ft ( 94.67 m2 )|
The premises are to be offered on new lease terms to be agreed.
£37,500 per annum exclusive of service charge, rates, utilities, building insurance and VAT. Rent is payable quarterly in advance on the usual quarter days.
A service charge may be applicable in respect of the rear access area which is shared with the adjoining property at no 80.
The premises fall with Class E of the general Use Class Order (Amended Sept 2020) therefore potentially suitable for retail, restaurant, leisure, medical and office uses as permitted by Class E.
|Please note the above rateable value includes the first floor which will no longer apply.Prospective tenants are advised to contact Basildon District Council for clarification of their business rates liabilities.|
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
Value added tax is applicable.
Contact sole letting agents Mass & Co:
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