Premises which for many years traded as a Subway outlet, and more recently as The Cake Shop, sold food for either consumption on the premises or to be taken away. An A3 planning consent has been confirmed although alternately, the premises could be used as offices or general retail. The unit, which is part of a listed building, has a frontage to King Street and also benefits from a return frontage looking along Nott Square.
In addition to the ground floor is basement storage.
Not only is Carmarthen a focal point for administration throughout West Wales but it is also the main town centre retail destination for the area. Town centre occupiers include the likes of Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, WH Smith and Boots as well as a wide range of local traders.
We have not yet been able to measure the premises but understand that they are approximately 1,250 sq ft (116.17 sq m) on the ground floor and approximately 500 sq ft (46.46 sq m) at basement level.
According to the Gov.uk website the rateable value of the premises is £12,000 which would make the rates payable for the whole of the 2021 / 2022 financial year approximately £6,420.However, there is currently relief from rates for traders until March 2022.
The premises are available on a new lease on an internal repairing and insuring terms for a term of years to be agreed. The tenant will be responsible for the payment of local authority rates, utility costs and other usual outgoings.
£13,000 per annum reviewable at three yearly intervals.
Upon completion of legal formalities.
Please contact David Cochlin in our Commercial Department on 01834 861810 or via email to email@example.com