Bicentennial House, Southern Gate, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8EZ
|Size||1,500 sq ft|
|Rent||£22,425 per annum exclusive|
|Service Charge||Service charge includes gas, electricity and water charges in addition to the usual services. Estimated at approximately £5.50 per sq ft.|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as 45 B|
Chichester, the county town of West Sussex and a historic Cathedral City, is an important regional centre situated midway between Southampton and Brighton (30 miles) and between Portsmouth and Worthing (18 miles).
The City is linked by the main A27 dual carriageway to the M27 to the west giving access to Southampton Airport and the ferry terminals at Portsmouth. Frequent rail services along the coast and to London operate from Chichester station (100 mins).
The Building is located to the rear of John Wiley & Sons HQ at Southern Gate on Stockbridge Road and accessed from Terminus Road/Southern Gate. Chichester Railway Station and City centre and main Bus Terminus are less than 5 mins walk.
Suite 2 - Description
Bicentennial Building is a modern office building constructed to a high specification over three floors with an adjacent private car park.
Suite 2 is a ground floor suite at the rear of the building. The suite has the following features and benefits;
The accomodation is in offered in very good decorative condition.The Suite is currently arranged as predominantly open plan with the addition of three glazed partition rooms providing private office or meeting room facilities.A fitted kitchen/break out area and server cupboard are also provided;
Allocated spaces for 3 cars on-site;
An assignment of an FRI lease expiring July 2022 with breaks at July 2020 & July 2021. Full lease details on request.Lease copy available to view;
£22,425 + vat pax to be reviewed in July 2020 with reference to RPI;
A rent deposit or other form of guarantee may be required dependant on tenant status;
Currently (approximately) £5.50 per sq ft.Payable quarterly. The charge includes heating, electrical and water charges as awell as the usual building commonality charges. The charge will rise annually in line with the Retail Price Index;
Each party to pay their own costs incurred;