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60 North Street Keighley BD21 3RY

To let prominent retail premises - Under Offer

Location

The property is prominently located, on North Street in central Keighley, nearby to Cavendish Street, and is highly visible to passing traffic on the A629. Nearby occupiers include Keighley Civic Centre, Town Hall, Library, Lloyds Bank and Barclays.

Accommodation 

The property is arranged over ground floor and basement. The premises comprise the following rooms and floor areas:

Ground Floor Sales: 211 sq. ft. / 19.61 sq. m.
Basement: 187 sq. ft. / 17.31 sq. m.
Total: 398 sq. ft. / 36.92 sq. m.

The property benefits from utility supplies including electricity and water. 

Tenure

The premises are available on an Effectively Full Repairing and Insuring basis, for a term to be agreed.

Use

We understand that the property falls within use Class E (Retail) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1987 (as amended).

EPC

An EPC will be made available upon request.

Rent

Offers over £6,000 per annum exclusive.

Rateable Value

We understand that the property will need to be reassessed for Business Rates purposes.

Costs

The ingoing tenant will be responsible for paying the Council’s costs of granting the lease in the sum of £1,500.00 + VAT.

Viewing and Further Details

For further information and an appointment to view, please telephone Lawrence McCourt on 07816 355 144.

Misrepresentation Act 1967 (May 94)

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council gives notice that

  1. These particulars are produced in good faith and are set out as a general guideline only and do not constitute, nor constitute any part of, an offer or a contract.
  2. All descriptions, dimensions and other details are believed to be correct but are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.
  3. Any intending purchasers or tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements in the
    particulars.
  4. All statements contained in these particulars are made without responsibility on the part of the Council.
  5. The Council does not make or give, nor does any person in its employment have any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty whatever
    in relation to this property.
  6. Where these particulars relate to the proposed sale of property, intending purchasers should note that the Sale Contract will contain a clause that the
    Buyer admits that s/he has not contracted to buy the property in reliance on any representation made by or on behalf of the Seller except a representation
    contained in the express words of the Contract or contained in written replies sent on behalf of the vendor to formal Enquiries before Contract made by
    the solicitor or licensed conveyancer acting for the Buyer.