Nexus 36 provides a new high specification unit, including good quality office accomodation over two floors.
The specification includes 12 dock level loading doors with an additional 2 ground level loading doors, 1000Kva power supply and internal eaves height of 14m.
Externally the unit benefits from a security gatehouse to staff and visitor parking and a secure yard with HGV parking.
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The buildings occupy a site of approximately 3.7 acres benefiting from high levels of car parking, close proximity to Gloucester train station and excellent road communications to the inner ring road (A417) and outer ring road (A40) which in turn leads to junctions 11 and 11a of the M5 motorway.
The property is currently multi-let with the majority of the let space being occupied by Arjo, the UK division of a Swedish medical supplies company.
Letting enquiries to Simon Everett on tel: 0114 245 5559 or email: email@example.com
Construction work has started with practical completion expected September 2007.
The property complements the Groups other investments in the South Yorkshire area and confirms Mountcity’s strategy of seeking out opportunities to add value to the portfolio through not only traditional Industrial investments but through development partnerships with local companies.
Ashroyd Business Park is located less than 1.5 miles from J36 of the M1, South of Barnsley approximately 4 miles from Thorncliffe and Provincial Park on the new Dearne Valley Parkway (A1/M1 link).1db9 ]]>
The A41 Black Country Spine Road, which forms the northern boundary of the site provides dual carriageway access to junction 10 of the M6 motorway some 4 miles to the southeast and Birmingham City Centre beyond.
Unit 1 – A single story steel portal framed unit with metal clad roof and brick elevations. The unit has high intensity lighting and two ceiling mounted gas fired radiant heaters and is accessed via a single roller shutter door to the front. The working height to the underside of haunch is 2.25 m. A hard standing forecourt provides parking to the front of the unit.
Units 2 – 6 A 6 bay single story building with corrugated asbestos sheet roof on light steel trusses with Georgian wired glazed lighting panels. The walls are brick construction with part corrugated asbestos sheet cladding and part corrugated metal cladding. Access is available to the unit via a series of electrically operated roller shutter doors with heating provided by way of gas radiant heaters and gas warm air blowers. Working heights to the underside of haunch range from 5.96m to 6.37m. A number of gantry cranes are also available within the unit up to a maximum capacity of 3.2 tons. Car parking is available to the front and side of the unit on the hard standing forecourt.
The building comprises a series of single story industrial bays having a combination of brick, corrugated asbestos clad and profile metal clad elevations with corrugated asbestos and corrugated metal clad roofs on light steel trusses. Access to the building is through a number of roller shutter doors and gantry cranes are available in the majority of bays up to a maximum capacity of 8 ton. Heating is provided throughout by way of gas fired blowers and gas radiant heaters with lighting provided by way of high intensity fittings.
Some bays incorporate a change in floor level but most bays provide high bay accommodation on a single level. Working heights throughout the building range from 3.87m up to 8.94m.]]>
The property comprises a collection of single story industrial buildings located on either side of Engine Lane. The property on the western side of Engine Lane comprises a traditional single story factory/warehouse with side extension and various buildings. The factory/warehouse is constructed in a single bay with eaves of 26 ft 10 ins/ 8.17m (approx) surmounted by a pitched steel trussed roof. The property on the eastern side of Engine Lane comprises a modern single story factory/warehouse building and a detached three story office building.
The office is of three story full height brick construction and fitted to a good standard with carpeting, suspended ceilings, recessed lighting, central heating and part air conditioning.]]>
The site consists of a former steel and stockholding unit, a manufacturing unit comprising a number of interconnected units with office accommodation and a separate office block of 1960s construction.
The site is accessed via two separate entrances, one being on Rufford Street and the other on Engine Lane. The Ruffed Street floor area is approximately 54,240 sq. ft. and the Engine Lane floor area is approximately 70,912 sq .ft. The whole site area is approximately 6.737 acres.
The Engine Lane site is let entirely to one company, and the 3 story offices are let to Corus.]]>