Land to rentCatering Rights, Kings Quay, Brixham Harbour, Brixham, Devon, TQ5
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TDA on behalf of Torbay Council invites tenders from parties interested in entering into Lease for a term of up to 5 years for catering rights at Kings Quay, Brixham Harbour
Kings Quay at Brixham Harbour is close to the beach and Breakwater Car Park, and is popular with dog walkers and those using the harbour for recreational uses.
The catering rights offered consist of the ability to locate a kiosk on site the site for the service of hot and cold beverages and snacks.
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