To Let - Ground Floor Retail Units - Immediately available
The premises are located on the established retail parade within Dronfield Civic Centre at the heart of the town and provides the only significant retail provision for Dronfield. The Civic Centre provides the large sports facilities and swimming pool, health centre, national & local occupiers with suitable car parking for 80 vehicles.
Dronfield is a busy affluent market town some 8 miles south of Sheffield and 6 miles north of Chesterfield. The local catchment population within 20km is c.967,000.
The accommodation comprises Unit 12 which has frontage to Dronfield Civic Centre and rear access to the service road. Internally the property has existing fixtures and fittings remaining from the previous cafe tenant.
DRONFIELD CIVIC CENTRE SCHEME
A full development scheme is in consultation to increase the flexibility of the retail parade including enhancing the public realm, creating a venue
The property is available by way of a new effectively full repairing and insuring lease on terms to be agreed at an asking rent of £20,000 per annum.
EPC RATING - E
A full copy of the EPC will be available to view via our website
The premises have a rateable value of £18,250
The amount payable is calculated using the appropriate UBR and applying for any reliefs. For further info please visit www.gov.uk/calculate-your-business-rates
Disclaimer - May 2022
These particulars are believed to be correct, however their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form any part of any contract.
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