Unit 1, The Mills, Mill Bank, Stafford
- To Let
- £19,500 per annum
1,340 sq.ft. (124.49 sq.m.)
- Formerly used for newspaper office purposes with A2 consent
- Early availability
- Rear terrace feature overlooking the river
- Suitable for a variety of retail and non-retail trades subject to planning consent where appropriate
The premises are situated in Stafford town centre on the south side of Mill Bank between its junctions with Greengate Street, Bridge Street and South Walls. Adjacent to THE LITTLE DESSERT SHOP and close to a major branch of THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND and LADBROKES. The Mills is also positioned on the town's main leisure circuit with nationally known licensed operators including JD WETHERSPOON and REVOLUTION DE CUBA nearby.
A new leisure development is currently under construction in the vicinity and will provide a five screen multiplex cinema due to open in late 2018/early 2019 along with several restaurant operators, including NANDO'S, ZIZZI and FRANKIE & BENNY'S. The new Riverside shopping centre is also a short distance away and retailers with space there include PRIMARK, MARKS & SPENCER, GAP, H & M, VISION EXPRESS, ACCESSORIZE and OUTFIT among others.
The Mills is a three-storey brick and tile development providing two retail units on the ground floor with aluminium and glazed shop fronts fitted and separately accessed apartments on the upper levels.
Unit No. 1 has been used for a number of years as a local newspaper office but has now become surplus to operational requirements and would be suitable for a wide variety of alternative office or retail purposes or for another non-retail use subject to any required planning consent.
The premises are air-conditioned, have been partitioned internally to provide separate carpeted offices, have a suspended ceiling with recessed lighting fitted and include a refreshment point.
The availability of the unit offers an ideal opportunity for an office user needing a high profile presence and good public access or a retailer to acquire a town centre presence that has been boosted as a trading pitch by new retail and leisure schemes drawing interest to the southern end of the town centre.