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To Let: Lock Up Retail Unit In Brighton Square

19 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB

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Meeting House Lane is irrefutably one of Brighton's busiest pedestrian thoroughfares located in the heart of the city and renown for is vibrant atmosphere and mix of retail, restaurant and unique shops with residential accommodation over. Popular to both local residents and tourists alike throughout the year, day and night, who may choose to dine at nationally regarded venues such as Donatello's, Coppa Club, Riddle & Finn and Casa don Carlos or shop at a number of bespoke jewellers within the famous Lanes and the new Hannington's Lane adjacent.


  • Prime Meeting House Lane Location
  • Recently Refurbished
  • Reduced Rent
  • High Pedestrian Footfall

A chance to acquire this prominent retail unit in the busy shopping thoroughfare of the sought-after Meeting House Lane.

The retail unit benefits from being newly refurbished throughout with a large display window frontage, break out area and rear w/c facility, and is ideally suited to a variety of A1 (shops) users. A new lease is available and no premium requested.


Ground Floor 383 sq ft (35.58 m2)


Total Accommodation - 383 sq ft (35.58 m2)

Ground Floor To Let: £27,000 pa


A new Lease for a term to be agreed.

Rent - £27,000 pax.

Rent Review

By way of negotiation.

Repairing Liability

Effective Full Repairing and Insuring, by way of a Service Charge.



Business Rates

Billing Authority: Brighton & Hove Description: Shop and premises Rateable Value: £21,750 Rates Payable: £10,180 Valid from 01 April 2017 (current)


The property may be elected for VAT and therefore VAT may be applicable on the terms quoted.

Legal Fees

Each party to pay their own legal fees.

Viewing Arrangements

Strictly via prior appointment through Agents Graves Jenkins


Oliver Graves MBA

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.