This property is a retail unit with accommodation over 2 floors within the Wheatsheaf Walks shopping parade close to the town centre of Ormskirk. The premises have been used in recent years as a cafe.
The ground floor accommodation is 49.5 sq m (532 sq ft) and extends to a sales area and disabled WC with a small kitchen area. The first floor is 28.4 sq m (306 sq ft) and has a large sales area, a store/private meeting room and a WC.
The unit is to let on an internal repairing lease with external repairs and decoration being the responsibility of the Landlord and rechargeable via the service charge. The Landlords will insure the premises and recharge the premium to the tenant.
There is a service charge payable which represents a proportionate charge properly and fairly attributable to the premises. The service charge presently covers common parts expenditure, all cleaning, lighting and maintenance and including the Landlord's external repairing and decorating liabilities.
Prospective tenants will be expected to contribute towards the cost of the preparation and completion of the leases and counterpart.
All prices, outgoings and rentals are quoted free of, but maybe liable to VAT. Legal Costs Prospective tenants will be expected to contribute towards the cost of the preparation and completion of the leases and counterpart.
The occupier will be responsible for all business rates payable.
Business Rateable Value (2017): £12,000
Multiplier Standard: 49.7p
Business Rates Payable (2017/18): £5748
£13,950 per annum, exclusive of all other outgoings.
Strictly by appointment with the Council's Estates team. Contact details are in the panel on the right of this page.
The premises are situated on Burscough Street which is one of the main shopping streets within the pedestrianised area in the centre of Ormskirk by the clock tower. Ormskirk is a busy market town in West Lancashire serving the villages in the surrounding areas. It is approx. 3 miles from J3 of M58 motorway providing excellent links to the regional motorway network connecting with Junction J26 of the M6 to the east and the M57 to the west.
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