It is intended that a courtyard of high quality trade counter units will be erected along the Bishops Road frontage being of steel portal frame construction with brick/block walls surmounted by lined corrugated sheet cladding with similarly clad roofs incorporating translucent roof light panels, showroom windows and separate pedestrian/vehicular access doors.
Internally the units will be finished with an open plan workspace, minimum working height of 6m and allocated office/staff/wc facilities.
They will be allocated ample car parking, loading and circulation facilities within the communal yard area.
The land can also accommodate buildings of up to 100,000 sq ft on a design and build basis.
The exact specification of the accommodation will depend upon an occupier’s own requirements.
Units can be made available of between 372 sq m (4,000 sq ft) and 9,290 sq m (100,000 sq ft).
We have been advised by the Local Planning Authority that the site is allocated for employment purposes with an anticipation of planning consent for uses falling within Class B1 (Light Industrial), B2 (General Industrial), B8 (Warehouse and Distribution) and Sui Generis (Trade Counter) of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended). Interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the Local Planning Authority.
The development is situated fronting Bishops Road, a short distance from its junction with the busy Outer Circle Road. It is surrounded by a range of complementary trade counter operators including Jewson, Plumb Center, Howdens, Magnet and Topps Tiles.
The position is to the east of Lincoln City Centre and provides swift access to the A46 bypass, with accessibility to improve further over coming years with the construction of the Eastern Bypass extension.
The A46 provides links to major routes in and out of Lincoln including Newark/A1 (18 miles south west) and Scunthorpe/M180 (27 miles north).
The accommodation will be made available on a design and build basis either For Sale freehold or To Let on occupational lease terms.
To view the premises and for any additional information please contact the joint agents.
In the event of a freehold sale, each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction. In the event of a leasehold disposal, the ingoing lessee is to be responsible for both parties’ proper and reasonable costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
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