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Charles Street, Worcester, WR1

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£110.53 per sq. ft.

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Centrick Commercial, Birmingham
2,669 sq. ft.
(248 sq. m.)
Commercial development for sale

Key features

  • Exciting development opportunity, subject to planning
  • Two retail units benefiting from A1 consent
  • Total site area 2,669 sq. ft. (248 sq. m.)
  • Located in thriving city centre

Property description

Exciting city centre development opportunity.

The premises front Charles Street in Worcester city centre, close to the junctions with Pump Street and City Walls Road, with nearby occupiers including Cafe Rouge, Hotel Chocolat and Next. The property comprises two adjoining freehold units, offering an interesting development opportunity. Site area 2,669 sq. ft.

The property forms part of Worcester City Centre, fronts onto Charles Street and lies close to the junctions with Pump Street and with City Walls Road. The property is situated amongst numerous local and national operators including Café Rouge, Hotel Chocolat and Next. Worcester is a thriving riverside city that has recently benefitted from the Cathedral Square development and the Worcester Parkway Railway station.

The property comprises two adjoining freehold singe storey retail units that offer an interesting development opportunity, subject to securing statutory consents.

Approximate internal dimensions and areas are detailed below:

Site Area 248 sq m 2,669 sq ft
1-3 Charles Street NIA – 77.3 sq m 831 sq ft
5 Charles Street NIA – 123.44 sq m 1,328 sq ft

We have been instructed to secure offers in respect of our client’s freehold interest.

The existing premises benefit from planning consent for Use Class A1 under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987. Interested parties should contact Worcester City Council regarding potential alternative uses.

We understand that the properties have the following Rateable Values:

1-3 Charles Street - £10,000
5 Charles Street - £13,500

Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction.

The Energy Performance Certificates are available upon request.

Proof of funding will be required before solicitors are instructed.

We understand that VAT is not applicable, however interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in this regard.

In accordance with current legislation, we will be required to carry out Anti-Money Laundering checks on all successful applicants.


Charles Street, Worcester, WR1


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Worcester Foregate Street Station0.4 miles
  • Worcester Shrub Hill Station0.4 miles
  • Worcestershire Parkway Station3.4 miles

About Centrick Commercial, Birmingham

2nd Floor, The Exchange, 17-19 Newhall Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 3PJ

Centrick Property's dedicated and professional team deal with sales and lettings of high quality Commercial property in Central Birmingham and surrounding areas. Centrick specialises in offering innovative, proactive and flexible sales or lettings solutions that meet and adapt market demand - in short, we have the right solution for your business.

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