48 Market Place, Middleton, Manchester, Lancashire, M24 6AF
2pm - Monday 4th December 2017.
Summary: The property occupies a prominent position in the town, close to the main Asheton Road roundabout and fronting the new Middleton Arena
Miles: Rochdale 5 miles, Manchester 5 miles
Roads: A576, A6045, A664, M60, M62
Rail: Manchester Victoria, Mills Hill
Nearby Occupiers: Middleton Arena, Tesco Extra
The property comprises a two storey building of brick construction, beneath a pitched slate roof. The accommodation is arranged as a ground floor retail unit and a first floor nail salon. Externally there is an advertising hoarding on the flank wall and a customer car park. The building was substantially rebuilt, renovated and extended to accommodate Domino's in 2012. The existing rear wall was removed to provide a new customer car park. The ground floor unit has A5 consent (Ref :12/D55168).
Leasehold for a term of 999 years from 25/03/1851 at a ground rent of £4.28 per annum
Rochdale Borough Council (01706 647 474) www.rochdale.gov.uk.
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
|Address||Tenant||Floor||Use||Sq M||Sq Ft||Lease Terms||Rent £ pa|
|48 Market Place||DP Reality Ltd (1)||Ground||Retail||111.48||1,200||20 years from 21/06/2012||£16,000|
|Individual t/a Posh Nailz (2)||First||Retail||88.26||950||6 years from 01/08/2017||£4,500|
|DP Reality Ltd (1)||Flank Wall||Advertising||Single panel||20 years from 21/06/2012||£2,000|
(1) DP Reality Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Domino's Pizza UK & IRL Plc and for the year ending 25/12/2016 reported a turnover of £22.48 million, a pre-tax profit of 2.13 million & shareholders' funds of £3.36 million (source: Graydon). The lease has a break in the 11th year
(2) The lease has a guaranteed uplift to £5,000 per annum and a tenant break option in the third year.
DTM Legal LLP
0151 230 1218
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