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This flexible space within Inverclyde Community Development Trust's Hub in Port Glasgow is available to let and is a former embroidery and spray room. The unit is priced as the ideal starter or development space for business use.
The subject unit is shared as part of the wider building which boasts a wide range of other tenants, including trade, manufacturing, offices and training rooms.
Entry is from the front of the building at Muirshiel Road, with external parking available for staff and guests. The front of the unit has roller shutters to retain security and the room can be used 24/7 with 365 access.
The subjects are to the right of the entrance, with shared welfare and kitchen facilities. The room is laid out with workstations and the printing machinery is available to lease as well.
There is a generous spray room to the rear of the unit, perfect for finishing touches to someone manufacturing or having an Etsy or online business.
The space has internal carpet tile decoration, and our client is happy for improvements to be made to the property and will negotiate a rent-free period to do this if required.
Fairly priced, this unit is likely to appeal to a wide range of manufacturers, with further additional costs including a contribution towards the electricity and insurance of the building.
This is a fantastic space for a business to position itself and develop itself with limited overheads.
Viewings can be arranged by appointment with Bowman Rebecchi.
ICDT has been a staple for more than 30 years within Inverclyde, helping the local community by providing work, training services and opportunities to get involved in improving life for its citizens.
The Trust exists to build opportunities with communities to empower and improve lives and wellbeing. Its overall purpose is to empower people and communities to realise their potential by creating opportunities to improve lives.
A VIBRANT LOCATION
The subjects are accessed from Dubbs Road as part of Port Glasgow Industrial Estate in Devol. There is easy access to Port Glasgow Town Centre and the A8/M8 via Clune Brae.
Port Glasgow’s population is approximately 16,617 and has undergone a regenerative transformation over the past decade to become a vibrant town on the banks of the River Clyde, within the authority of Inverclyde Council.
With a rich heritage within the shipbuilding industry, the town continues to build ships at the nearby Ferguson Shipyard, nationalised by the Scottish Government in 2019.
The town is reaping the benefits of having a large retail park constructed adjacent to the subjects by Ediston, with tenants including Tesco, M&S, Next, B&Q, B&M, Aldi and McDonald’s.
Port Glasgow benefits from excellent road and rail links and is accessed via junction 31 of the M8 motorway with direct links to Paisley and Largs via the A8 and A78.
The on-site measurements, measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th Edition), calculate the subjects extend as follows:
Total - 33 sq m / 356 sq ft
Rates - A contribution to the rates is included within the rental price.
EPC - A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is attached above and available upon request.
Entry - Early entry is available.
Rental - The property is available by way of a new lease at a guide rent of £4,800 per annum, excluding VAT which is not applicable, with terms to be agreed upon.
Anti-Money Laundering - To comply with anti-money laundering legislation, the successful tenant will be required to provide certain identification documents.
Terms - The subjects are available to lease on internal repairing and insuring terms. Each party is to be responsible for its legal costs and outlays, including VAT incurred.
For further information concerning the quoting rents and likely incentives, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.