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To Let: Secure Yard/Site - Available on short term lease

Western Site,, Crawley, RH11 7SU

Interested in this property? Call our Crawley Office : 01293 40 10 40

The site is situated in Metcalf Way, off County Oak Way, just beyond County Oak Retail Park. The site is within 250 ms of the A23 which provides excellent access to London Gatwick Airport, approximately 5 kms to the north and Crawley town centre, approximately 3.5 kms to the south.

KEY FEATURES

  • 0.267 acres
  • New short term lease - immediately available
  • Good road communication to M23/M25 & Gatwick Airport
  • Gated, level secure site

The site comprises a secure, gated and concreted yard situated just beyond the County Oak Retail Park, off London Road, just to the north of Crawley town centre and to the south of Gatwick Airport.

On the instruction of Crawley Borough Council

PROPERTY DETAILS

Site

ACCOMMODATION

The site extends to approximately 0.267 acres (1,080 m2).

RENT

£35,000 per annum exclusive

TERMS

Available on a new lease for a term to be agreed. The lease is to be contracted out of the security provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 (as amended) but otherwise drafted on the basis of the Council's standard form for a property of this nature.

Site To Let: £35,000 pa

Business Rates

Rateable Value: £10,500
Rates Payable: £5,155 (2019/20)

Qualifying businesses will benefit from small business rate relief reducing the total bill payable to nil. For further information we recommend interested parties contact Crawley Borough Council on Tel: 01293 438000 or www.crawley.gov.uk to verify this information.

VAT

VAT will be applicable.

Legal Fees

Each party to bear their own legal costs.

Viewing Arrangements

Via prior appointment through Sole Agents Graves Jenkins

CONTACT

David Bessant MRICS
[email protected]


These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed. They do not form any part of any contract. You should be aware that the Code of Practice on Commercial Leases in England and Wales strongly recommends you seek professional advice from a qualified surveyor, solicitor or licensed conveyancer before agreeing or signing a business tenancy agreement.