Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing 80 Horninglow Road, Burton upon Trent.
This property has a brand new shop front with electric roller shutter, a ground floor shop with first floor ancillary accommodation and is located in a parade of other retails users.
Rental only £600 per calendar month, exclusive of rates.
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Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing Units 1&2 Dale Street, Burton upon Trent.
The units are suitable for a variety of industrial, warehouse or trade counter uses and are available individually or combined.
Unit 1 – gross internal ground floor area of 2,624 sq ft (243.8 sq m) plus mezzanine of 557 sq ft (51.7 sq ...
Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing 23 Station Street, Burton upon Trent.
The accommodation is planned on both ground and first floor with a double fronted entrance leading to a retail area with staff facilities to the rear.
Rental offers invited in the region of £13,750 per annum exclusive of rates.
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Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing 38 High Street, Woodville.
The accommodation is all at ground floor and suitable for a variety of uses subject to consent where required.
Rental offers around £4,950 per annum exclusive of business rates.
For further information call us on 01283 517747.
Rushton Hickman has commenced marketing Unit 1 Faraday Court, Centrum 100, Burton upon Trent.
This two storey, modern, self-contained office suite has a net internal floor area of approximately 3,467 sq ft (332.09 sq m) together with allocated car parking.
Asking rent £34,670 plus VAT per annum exclusive of business rates.
Award-winning Anson Court is a diverse portfolio of unique properties ranging from offices, shops, restaurant, café and health and beauty salons and apartments.
Looking forward to celebrating its 30th anniversary, Anson Court is undergoing renewal and regeneration to prepare for business, living and lifestyle needs for the next 30 years.
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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 ...