The premises are situated in the commercial pedestrianised heart of Nuneaton, which is the largest town in the borough of Nuneaton and Bedworth with a population of 71,000 (Census 2001) and a catchment extending to around 120,000. The property is situated amongst a number of predominantly national concerns and close to the Abbeygate Shopping Centre entrance. The premises are also well located for all other town centre amenities (including bus and railway stations) and public car parking facilities.
The premises comprise a three storey town centre building forming part of a parade and comprising a ground floor shop unit with self-contained offices (with their own ground floor entrance) arranged on first and second floors. The shop has until recently traded as Cashino Gaming (understood to be a sui generis use ie other activities are likely to require planning permission for change of use) and the offices were previously occupied by a recruitment company. Both are considered suitable for a variety of other uses, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. Prospective occupiers should rely on their own enquiries with the Planning Authority as to whether planning permission is necessary for their proposed use. Note: the current owners will not entertain a sale for use as a gaming centre and would seek to include a covenant in any contract prohibiting the future use of the building for these purposes.