The property comprises a substantial, modern industrial unit with a steel portal frame, part block walls and profile metal sheet outer cladding. The roof is also of corrugated profile cladding, with Perspex roof light sections. Internally the property is across the ground, first and second floor.
The Clearways Business Centre is located on the north side of West Kingsdown, with excellent transport links to the M20 and M25. The estate also benefits from its close proximity to areas such as Sevenoaks (5.5 miles), Orpington (7.5 miles), Dartford (9 miles). Eynsford railway station is nearby and provides services to London Blackfriars.
The property comprises a mid terraced, steel portal framed warehouse unit providing full height roller shutter access with concrete block walls. There are two storey offices to the front elevation with a maximum eaves height of 4.5m.
This industrial/warehouse premises is located on Weston Lane in Tyseley. Weston Lane links to the A41 Warwick Road leading to Birmingham and Solihull.
Tyseley is a long established commercial location, 3 miles south east of Birmingham city centre.
The property comprises a detached warehouse/manufacturing facility of steel portal frame construction with a mixture of brick and profiled sheet clad elevations.
The property is located fronting Mount Pleasant Street to the east of Oldham town centre.
Castlewood Business Park has been planned and located to suit all types and sizes of company. Ideally placed at J28 of the M1, it offers easy access to labour and markets for local, regional and national businesses.
ZORRO is a new warehouse / industrial building of steel portal frame construction with profiled sheet cladding adjacent to Junction 13 of the A42 (M42) which benefits from the following:
¦ 18 dock loading doors
¦ 2 level access doors
¦ 50kN/m2 floor loading
¦ Up to 74m deep gated yard
¦ 171 car parking spaces
¦ 12% rooflights to...
The property comprises a steel portal frame construction with brick elevations arranged over a single storey warehouse and production facility, together with three storey offices to the front of the property. The building was constructed in 1996.
The building has previously been used as a lock-up store/workshop. Planning consent has been granted for demolition and construction of B1 (office) building.
Located to the rear of 36 London Road set back from Apsley High Street and is accessed via White Lion Road. The M25 and M1 motorways are close by as is the A41 dual carriageway.