Warehouse/Workshop Premises with Front Car Park and Yard
- Warehouse / workshop premises
- Front car park and yard
- Gross internal area – 1229.93 m2 (13,239 ft2)
- Offers of £80,000 per annum invited
The subjects are situated on the eastern side of Abbots Road, in close proximity to its principal junction with the A9, lying on the northeastern outskirts of Falkirk’s Bankside Industrial Estate.
The premises occupy an excellent position in terms of road communication links with the A9 providing direct access to junction 6 of the M9 which lies approximately 1 mile to the southeast.
Bankside Industrial Estate comprises one of Falkirk’s principle commercial areas which provides a range of commercial and industrial accommodation for various national and local occupiers. Operators within the immediate vicinity include Barenbrug UK, Dulux Decorator Centre, GAP Hire Solutions and Veolia Environmental
Falkirk itself comprises an important town within Central Scotland lying midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow forming the main administrative centre for the surrounding district. As such, the town provides extensive retail, leisure and local government facilities and benefits from excellent motorway and rail communication links
The subjects comprise industrial warehouse/workshop premises contained within an end terraced unit which is of traditional steel frame construction, having a range of brick and insulated profile metal infill walls. The unit is contained under a pitched roof which is similarly clad in insulated profile metal sheeting.
Vehicular access to the subjects is by means of an up and over entrance door situated in the main frontage. Pedestrian access is similarly from the main frontage by means of a typical pass door.
Internally a two storey office section has been formed to the front of the building within its main shell providing appropriate office, reception and ancillary areas with the main workshop lying to the rear.
The unit provides front eaves height of 5.2 metres while the rear eaves height is 6.2 metres.
Artificial lighting throughout the subjects is by means of sodium fitments. Space heating within the office/ancillary areas is by means of wall mounted radiators, served from a gas fired boiler. Space heating within the workshop sections is by high level Ambirads