Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 7BZ
|Size||907 sq ft|
|Rent||Rent on application|
|Energy Performance Rating||Upon enquiry|
Swindon is the largest urban area in Wiltshire with a current population in the order of 210,000. The town benefits from a mainline railway station offering access to London, Reading and Bristol. The M4 Motorway is the principal road access to the town with two Junctions linking it to the South West and South East.
The Wichelstowe development is located to the north of the M4 between Junction 16 and Croft Road.
Wichelstowe will include three neighbourhoods: East Wichel, Middle and West Wichel. Together they will include up to 4,500 homes, employment space, public open space, including a country park, shopping and community facilities for residents and schools.
East Wichelstowe comprises 880 new homes, a primary school, public house and nearby Waitrose. The first new homes were occupied in 2009. Development is expected to continue until around 2025, depending on market conditions.
The parade comprises 5 ground floor retail units situated prominently on the main estate road thoroughfare.
Unit E (3,500 sq ft) is occupied by the Co-Op, Unit A has been let to a dentist, Unit C has been let to a cafe and Unit D has been let to Wichelstowe Fish Bar. The remaining unit is finished to a shell specification, with concrete floor, fair faced blockwork and plasterboard ceiling. Services are capped at the property and separate bin store facilities are provided. Teh unit has a minimum 4m glazed frontage, with shop front provided.