NEW – 43A HIGH STREET, SWADLINCOTE

Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing 43A High Street, Swadlincote.
The property comprises a single storey retail unit which is available ‘For Sale’ subject to the existing lease which commenced on 1 September 2012 for a term of 10 years.
For further information, contact our office on 01283 517747.
 
 
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NEW INSTRUCTION – FORGE BARN, BOROUGH HILL FARM, CATTON ROAD, WALTON ON TRENT

Rushton Hickman have commenced marketing Forge Barn, Wheelton Farming Ltd, Borough Hill Farm, Catton Road, Walton on Trent.
The farm and office development area is set on a historic site overlooking the River Trent.  Forge Barn is a single storey self contained office unit totalling 716 sq ft (66.6 sq m) with excellent green credentials ...

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NEW – UNIT 4 PHASE 2 STRETTON BUSINESS PARK, BRUNEL DRIVE, BURTON UPON TRENT

Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing Unit 4 Phase 2 Stretton Business Park, Brunel Drive, Burton upon Trent.
Unit 4 is at the end of a terrace of units which comprise part of Phase 2 of the Stretton Business Park Development situated off Brunel Drive in Stretton two miles from the town centre of Burton upon Trent.
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NEW – 20-21 HIGH STREET, BURTON UPON TRENT

Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing 20-21 High Street in Burton upon Trent.
This 3-storey investment property is situated in the town centre and comprises two ground floor retail units with an upper floor hair/beauty salon.
The property is let to 3 tenants and the current rental income is around £40,000 per annum.
Offers are invited ...

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LETTING AGREED

A letting has been agreed with a substantial Burton Upon Trent company for 55,470 sq ft of offices at 107 Station Street, Burton upon Trent. They will be taking occupation during March 2017.
Further space is available from 5,000 to 73,553 sq ft. There is a 40,000 sq ft office floor plate available on the ...

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Important Changes to EPC Regulations Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England & Wales) Regulations 2015

In 2016, new regulations are being brought in to ensure that all properties being rented, both domestic and non-domestic, meet a minimum energy efficiency rating.

 
What does this mean?
For domestic and non-domestic properties, a landlord will not be able to grant a tenancy, or extend an existing tenancy, if the rental property does not ...

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