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Leicestershire Special Report Hq Offices Available to Let in Ashby News in Brief


Accor, the leading augmented hospitality group, recently announced that two new- ly built hotels in Leicester, Novotel Leices- ter and Adagio Leicester Aparthotel have opened in January 2020. The new properties, under midscale Novotel and Aparthotel Adagio brands, are owned by Charles Street Buildings Group and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Aimbridge Hospitality’s International Division. Interstate is an ex- isting Accor partner with multiple hotels across the UK and Europe.


An outstanding office premises with prime urban links and premium facilities has be- come available for sale with vacant posses- sion or to let just north of Leicester, though joint commercial property agents Ma- ther Jamie and Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH). The purpose-built property is a sleek, two-storey detached glass and steel struc- ture occupying a highly prominent location within Charnwood Edge Business Park on Syston Road, Cossington. A key advantage of the site is the fast access it affords to the A46, Junction 21 of the M1 and the Leicester west- ern bypass, with Leicester itself just six miles to the south, Loughborough eight miles north and Nottingham 20 miles to the north.


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A modern, purpose-built office premises with exceptional transport connections is available to let at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, though joint agents Mather Jamie and CBRE UK.


The detached offices, which span two storeys and total just over 10,200ft², are conveniently situated on the established office base of Charter Point Way, on the outskirts of the town.


With direct links to the A511 and the A42/M42 via Junction 13, the property is just minutes from one of country’s major road networks


– and, being within 25 miles of Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Birmingham, it is ideally placed for connections throughout the East and West Midlands, as well as Birmingham and East Midlands Airports.


Internally, the offices’ high-quality specification includes open-plan and private office space and meeting rooms; male,


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female and disabled WC facilities; and fitted kitchen and break-out areas, all on both floors. Comfort cooling, raised access floors and double glazing will add to the occupants’ comfort, whilst 38 dedicated car parking spaces provide extra convenience.


Alex Reid, Director at Mather Jamie, said: “In addition to its on-site benefits, what gives this premises real appeal is its close proximity to several key urban centres across the wider Midlands, as well as two international airports”.


For further details of commercial property opportunities across the East Midlands, please contact Alex Reid


(“UKCM” or the “Company”) (FTSE 250, LSE: UKCM), which is managed and advised by Ab- erdeen Standard Investments* and owns a di- versified portfolio of high quality income-pro- ducing UK commercial property, announces that it has completed a lease renewal with Currys DSG on a 14,518 sq ft retail unit at St George’s Retail Park in Leicester. DSG, the parent company of several electronics retail- ers including Currys and PC World, signed the 10 year lease renewal at a rent in line with ERV, with a fixed uplift following the expiry of the previous lease in November 2019. Currys join Costa Coffee, which opened a coffee conveni- ence pod on a 10 year lease in March 2019, in addition to Aldi, Iceland, Pets at Home, Laura Ashley, Tapi, and Home Bargains.


PLANS to create four new retail units on the former Ram Jam Inn site in Greetham, Rut- land have been resubmitted for planning approval. The updated planning submission was prepared after the previous scheme was refused in October 2018. Godwin de- velopments purchased the site in 2018.


By working with Nicol Thomas architects, Rutland County Council and key stakehold- ers from the local community, the new pro- posed development plans have addressed concerns raised and have strived to be more in keeping with the local vernacular.


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