7 Bell Yard, London, WC2A 2JR
Completion 30 business days
4.00pm - Wednesday 6th December 2017.
Summary: Prime freehold office building in heart of London's legal district, adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice
Miles: Covenant Garden 1 mile, Trafalgar Square 1 mile
Roads: The Strand, Fleet Street
Rail: Temple (Circle & District), Chancery Lane (Central Line), City Thames Rail, London Blackfriars
Nearby Occupiers: Royal Courts of Justice, Lincoln's Inn
The property comprises office accommodation over basement, ground, first, second, third and fourth floors totalling 2,129 sq ft (197.75 sq m). The property is part vacant and is located in a prime location, directly opposite The Royal Courts. Bell Yard is home to a number of Barristers Chambers and firms of solicitors, being in the heart of London's legal district. The building has potential for change of use to residential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
There may be potential to convert the property into residential use, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. For further information please contact Westminster City Council (0207 641 6000) www.westminster.gov.uk.
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
|Address||Tenant||Floor||Use||Sq M||Sq F||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa||Rent Review|
|7 Bell Yard||Vacant||Basement Ground First Part Third Fourth||Office Office Office Office Office||41.28 31.98 30.73 20.40 30.85||444 344 331 220 332||Vacant||£0|
|7 Bell Yard||New Road Dental Ltd (Dental Practise)||Second Part Third||Dental Surgery Reception||31.29 11.22||337 121||10 years from 01/07/2015||£15,500||Rent review 2020. Tenant break 2020|
BPE Solicitors LLP
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