Commercial Property for saleMidland Road, Luton
Retail (A1/A2), Restaurant/Takeaway (A3/A4/A5), Investment, Development Opportunities.
756 Square Feet
The triangular shaped site is very prominently located at the junction of High Town Road and Midland Road, opposite the pedestrian route to Luton central train station.
The site has for many years been used by advertising hoarding companies, as a vehicle workshop and store.
Planning consent has been obtained (Ref. 18/00154/FUL) to demolish the current premises and erect 2 single storey retail units.
Unit 1 – A1 planning consent totalling 25 sq m/269 sq ft.
Unit 2 – A2 planning consent totalling 37 sq m/398.12 sq ft.
The freehold interest is available in the sum of £160,000.00.
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