51 High Street, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29

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A high profile town centre retail unit, the property is understood to fall within Use Class E of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (amendment) (England) Regulations 2020, which has both retail and leisure uses such as restaurants and bars and is therefore considered suitable for a range of potential uses. Interested parties should make their own enquiries of Huntingdonshire District Council Planning Department.

The property has most recently been used as a showroom/retail unit with anciliary areas. The unit benefits from a front showroom with extensive rear stockroom, office and staff facilities with a rear access and yard area accessed via Princes’ Street. On the first floor is additional stockroom, storage area.

Consideration will be given to dividing the unit to meet occupiers requirements.

324 Lincoln Road, Peterborough, PE1

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The property comprises a semi-detached two storey building of brick construction under a pitched tiled roof, with parking area to the rear. The property has been subdivided to provide a self contained retail unit at ground floor, and cellular office space at first floor level. In addition there is a separate entrance from the front of the building leading to the first floor offices, and from there a further staircase to the second floor (converted roof space) which provides open plan accommodation with restricted head height in places.

4 Lawson Place , Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32

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The property provides modern brick built retail unit with a return frontage, arranged over ground floor. The accommodation benefits from laminate flooring, plastered and painted walls, air conditioning, kitchen and WC. The unit is currently partitioned to provide an open plan retail / reception area with a number of individual treatment rooms / offices to the rear. The property may be suitable for a variety of different uses (subject to planning).

Broadway, Yaxley, Peterborough , PE7

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New showroom/trade counter/leisure/warehouse scheme with good road frontage. It is envisaged that trade counter / leisure units will be made available towards the front of the site with industrial / warehouse design and build opportunities to the rear. Units can be constructed from 2-25,000 sq ft on plots from 0.24 to 2 acres. Bespoke units can be constructed to suit occupiers requirements. Demolition of all existing buildings on site will commence end February 2020 and first occupation likely around Easter 2021. nearby occupiers include Screwfix.

Unit 2 14 Bury Street, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14

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Prominent town centre retail unit with glazed double frontage providing open plan retail accommodation. The property benefits from suspended ceilings, laminate floor coverings, disabled access, kitchen, WC and partitioned changing room. There is frontage onto both Bury Street and Union Street pay and display car park, and is accessed from the Union Street side.

35 High Street, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 9JN

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A traditional mid terrace retail unit fronting March High Street comprising a substantial ground floor retail area accessed by way of an arcaded entrance, with stockroom and staff room areas to the rear. In addition, there is a substantial open plan retail area on both the first floor and within the basement. The basement also includes a staff room/kitchen, wc facility and additional storage.

Unit 5 Holborn Avenue, Mildenhall, Bury St Edmunds

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Modern retail unit constructed in 2013 to provide a beauty/hair salon with associated treatment rooms. The property is currently fitted out as such and to a good high, facilities also include kitchen, male and female WCs and the specification includes tiled floors, suspended ceiling, plastered walls and oil-fired central heating. Externally there is parking to the rear.

41 Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1

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Self contained lock up shop in a prominent position on Bridge Street in the heart of Peterborough City Centre. The ground floor provides a sales area with small office to the rear. In addition there is a large full height and dry basement which is currently used for staff facilities and storage. Currently has consent for A1 retail use, but considered suitable for other uses subject to planning consent being obtained.

40-42 Museum Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1

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Attractive town centre office/A2 retail with potential for conversion (STP). The property is arranged over ground, first and second floors and benefits from comfort cooling, gas central heating, lift access to first floor, a large kitchen, basement storage, fire and intruder alarm systems. WCs are located throughout the building and there is a fire escape to the rear.

7-9 High Street, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8

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A ground floor retail unit located on Royston High Street, surrounded by a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The property is currently being cleared to create a more open plan and flexible space, making it easier for the incoming tenant to design the trading area to suit their needs.

The property is immediately available on a new effective Full Repairing and Insuring (FRI) lease for a term by negotiation. The property is also available on a long leasehold basis of c.125 years (virtual freehold).