|Property Type||Retail & Leisure / Other / Retail & Leisure|
|Size||7,685 to 17,211 sq ft|
|Business Rates||Upon Enquiry|
|Energy Performance Rating||Upon enquiry|
The properties comprise 3 separate sites. Please see the attached indicative site plans.
This site, formerly occupied by Valentino’s restaurant, comprises a concrete slab (where the former building was located) surrounded by a mixture of additional concrete hardstanding, grass and landscaped areas.
We understand the site benefits from a 3 phase electricity supply and separate gas supply that has been disconnected and made safe.
Approx. 1,600 sq m
FORMER KEYSTONE HOUSE:
This comprises the site formerly occupied by Keystone House which has been demolished. The site is currently secured with hoarding and comprises a reasonably flat concrete hard standing (which is the part of the site that is available). The remaining part of this land (which is not included) comprises rubble and materials from the demolition, understood now to be acting as a temporary retaining wall.
Approx. 714 sq m
EXETER ROAD, PERMIT HOLDERS CAR PARK:
This site is located at the top of Exeter Road with a frontage to the BIC roundabout and comprises a car park that was formerly the permit/season ticket holders car park for Keystone House. The site is level with a self-contained vehicular access from Exeter Road and currently has c. 25 marked car parking spaces.
Approx. 775 sq m
The three sites front Exeter Road in Bournemouth Town Centre.
Exeter Road is located between The Square and the Bournemouth International Centre/seafront and features a range of commercial occupiers including Hilton Bournemouth and the BH2 Leisure Scheme which includes a multiscreen Odeon cinema, Nandos, Brewdog, Five Guys, Prezzo, Ask Italian, Pizza Express & TGI Fridays (amongst others).
The Winter Gardens town centre car park is located directly to the rear.
The sites are available either individually or as a whole, on the basis of a new 5 year lease, with a mutual rolling break option after 3 years (on 6 months notice).
Planning consent will be required for any temporary occupation of these sites, which is to be the responsibility of any incoming tenant. The Landlord accepts that proposed lettings can be conditional upon achieving planning consent.
Business rates will likely become payable upon commercial occupation. The level of rates will depend upon the type of occupation. Interested parties are encouraged to contact the Valuation Office Agency, should they have any specific queries regarding business rates.
Expressions of interest are being sought and interested parties are encouraged to make contact and confirm details of their proposed use. Of particular interest will be ideas for hospitality, retail and leisure uses.
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