The subjects comprise an industrial unit of steel portal frame construction with profile metal sheeting surmounted by a mono pitched roof.
Internally the unit provides a large open plan workshop with roller shutter access and separate pedestrian access. To the rear of the unit there are kitchen facilities and a w.c.
Externally the unit benefits from a small yard area providing secure off street parking.
Lease from £19,950 per annum for a new FRI lease.
From sizes taken during our inspection we calculate the subject property, measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Measurement Practice (second edition, January 2018) to extend to the following approximate gross internal area (GIA):
All queries in relation to redevelopment/ reconfiguration of the subjects should be addressed to Falkirk Council Planning Department.
A closing date may be set and all interested parties should make a note of interest at the offices of the Sole Agent. We reserve the right to let the property without setting a closing date and we are not obliged to accept the highest or indeed any offer for the lease of the property.
Rateable value £11,500.
A copy of the EPC will be available upon request.
All prices, premiums and rents quoted are exclusive of VAT.
Abbots Works, Bankside, Falkirk, FK2 7XY
- LEASE FROM £19,950 PER ANNUM
- 2,100 FT2
- 100% RATES RELIEF (SUBJECT TO QUALIFICATION)
- GOOD EAVES CLEARANCE
- SECURE PRIVATE PARKING
- EASY ACCESS TO MOTORWAY NETWORKS
- DEDICATED SECURE YARD
Falkirk is a large town in the Central Lowlands of Scotland, It lies in the Forth Valley, 23.3 miles (37.5 km) northwest of Edinburgh and 20.5 miles (33.0 km) northeast of Glasgow.
Falkirk has a resident population of 34,570 according to the 2008 census. The population of the town has risen over the past decade, making it the 20th most populous settlement in Scotland. Falkirk is the main town and administrative centre of the Falkirk council area, which has an overall population of 156,800 and inholds the nearby towns of Grangemouth, Bo’ness, Denny, Larbert and Stenhousemuir.
Attractions in and around Falkirk include the Falkirk Wheel, The Helix, The Kelpies, Callendar House and Park and remnants of the Antonine Wall. In a 2011 poll conducted by STV, it was voted as Scotland’s most beautiful town, ahead of Perth and Stirling in 2nd and 3rd place respectively.
The subjects are located on the North side of Bankside.