Retail Property (out of town) to rentDrayton Road, 86 Drayton Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3
10,000 sq. ft.
- 10,000 sq ft (929 sq m)
The property comprises a former petrol filling station which is currently used as a car sales site. It is intended to redevelop the site to provide retail/showroom accommodation. An initial scheme suggests that the site is capable of accommodating in the order of 10,000 sq ft, together with 31 car parking spaces, possibly capable of being divided into two units, subject to planning consent. Preliminary plans showing the intended layout and possible elevations are attached.
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- Norwich (1.4 mi)
- Salhouse (5.0 mi)
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