Former Victorian goods yard and associated warehousing
Extends to c.2,322 sq m (25,000 sq ft)
Expressions of interest sought
Price On Application
The property comprises of a number of Victorian brick built warehouses under pitched slate roofs focused around a central courtyard accessed off Chapel Lane. Currently used as a wholesale lighting retailer and associated businesses, the premises have become surplus to requirement due to relocation.
The majority of the premises are Grade II Listed and located within the Old Town Conservation Area.
c. 2,322 sq m (25,000 sq ft) of retail/warehousing accommodation.
Outside – There is a central courtyard for parking of approximately 9 vehicles.
The property offers an ideal opportunity for a developer/owner-occupier to acquire a substantial landholding within the Old Town of Hull. Guide price on application.
An application for planning permission for a change of use to A1 (retail) or A2 (financial and professional services) or A3 (restaurant or café) or B1 (offices) or B8 (storage and distribution) was approved on 17th December 2010 (but not implemented).
There are two assessments – one for a property described as “Showroom Premises” of £22,000 and another described as “Workshop & Premises” of £5,500 under the 2017 Rating List.