Property details

** Phase 1, Plots 13,14,15 & 16 Available Autumn 2019 ** Waterside Business Village

Swindon, Wiltshire SN1 4RW

To Let / Office
1,647 Sq Ft
153.01 Sq M

A stylish new development in a tranquil waterside setting comprising 16 offices from 1,093 to 12,000 sq ft

Full Details

PHASE 1 - Plots 13, 14, 15 & 16.

Waterside Business Village will be a new exciting and unique development, in close proximity to Swindon's old town which is often described as the' 'heart of Swindon'. Never before has there been the opportunity for office occupiers to enjoy the benefits of an out of town business park environment combined with the ability to enjoy all of the facilities and character that the Old Town has to offer.

The Village is situated just 3 minutes from the heart of Old Town and 10 minutes from both of Swindon's M4 junctions. Waterside Business Village which sits alongside the Drove Veterinary Hospital, is accessed off the main Wichelstowe Road (B4006) in close proximity to its junction with Croft Road. The site enjoys good links to the town centre, both motorway junctions and the new Waitrose.

The development will offer brand new, self contained high quality offices to be built to an energy efficient and modern specification. Properties will be constructed to incorporate architectural glazing with brise soleil, brick and clad elevations under insulated metal profile roofs with photovoltaic panels. Internally finishes will include LED lighting, air conditioning and carpeting.

Waterside Business Village provides a rare opportunity for owner occupiers and tenants to have a bespoke office building of between 7,000 and 12,000 sq ft with high levels of car parking. The building can be developed and either leased or purchased on completion. There is also the opportunity for occupiers to purchase the site on a freehold basis and then undertake their own build.

Plot overview
PLOT 13 1,819 sq ft 169.0 sq m
PLOT 14 1,816 sq ft 168.7 sq m
PLOT 15 1,649 sq ft 153.2 sq m
PLOT 16 1,647 sq ft 153.0 sq m

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