* FORMER HEALTH CENTRE OF JUST OVER 6000 SQ FT
* THE BUILDING HAS D1 CONSENT, IS FREEHOLD AND VACANT
* LOCATED IN A BUSY SHOPPING PRECINCT WITH A VARIETY OF SHOPS AND FACILITIES
* ACCOMMODATION OVER 2 FLOORS AND PLEASANT ASPECT ADJACENT TO THE LAKE
former health centre of just over 6000 sq ft situated in a busy shopping precinct. The unit has building has D1 consent (non-residential institutions, and assembly and leisure uses), is Freehold and available with vacant possession. It offer the buyer a variety of potential future uses such as clinics, health centres, day nurseries, day centres, libraries, halls, places of worship, church halls, plus non residential education and training centres. For any future change of use the buyer must seek advice regarding planning permissions and consents required. Accommodation is over 2 floors, pleasant aspect adjacent to the lake, off road parking directly to the rear of the building and plenty of communal off road parking to the precinct.
The unit is located within The Viewley Centre and is surrounded by a variety of complimentary shops and businesses and therefore a very high volume of footfall. Hemlington is located within the town of Middlesbrough. There are a range of local amenities including a recreational centre, which offers various activities, a nine acre artificial lake and library. The precinct is well served by public transport with bus stops within easy walking distance of the business. The nearest railway station is approximately 4½ miles away and the unit is well served by the A-roads, linking to motorway networks. Middlesbrough town centre is just over 5 miles away and Stockton-On-Tees is 7½ miles away.
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