£22,050.00 pa < Back to search results
Brockeridge Park is a highly successful business park located just outside the village of Twyning near Tewkesbury. Junction 1 of the M50 is immediately adjacent to the park providing direct access to the M5 via Junction 8 one mile away and west towards Wales via the M50.
The business park was constructed about ten years ago. It provides a prestigious and thoroughly modern working environment in a lovely rural setting, and comprises four individually styled courtyards, each with its own approach, which border a landscaped central access road.
Brockeridge park offers a rare combination of high quality office space, first rate surroundings and a location which is at the heart of the motorway network.
4 distinct Courtyards, each comprising of 4 units.
Unit 3 Bredon Court is self-contained having the benefit of it’s own dedicated access, entrance hall, kitchen and WC facilities.
7 allocated parking spaces and ample visitor parking on site.
Approximate Net Internal Floor Areas
Unit Floor sq ft (nia) sq m (nia)
Bredon 2 Ground 980 91.04
Bredon 2 First 490 45.52
Total 1,470 136.56
Access to Brockeridge Park is via powered gates opening automatically at 7am and closing at 6 pm. All buildings are connected to mains drainage via a pumping station. Communal lighting to all external areas.
Brockeridge Park is able to offer up to 100 mbs uncontested upload and download speeds through its own leased fibre optic connection (subject to availability and terms of supply).
The Landlord actively manages being based on site.
Subject to Contract
Available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease, for a period of years to be agreed, and incorporating periodic upward only rent reviews. A rent deposit may be required, and the ingoing Tenant is to provide a bank reference and two trade references for consideration.
Proposals are invited based on a guide rent of £22,050 per annum exclusive of outgoings.
A service charge is payable in respect of maintenance of external and common areas of the estate, and the Tenant will be responsible for reimbursing the Landlord a fair proportion of the estates annual buildings insurance premium.
It is understood that the property is elected for VAT, and therefore VAT will be chargeable on rent and other property related charges