Shropshire Cat Rescue Take Shop in Mardol, Shrewsbury
We are pleased to announce the letting of 69 Mardol, Shrewsbury to Shropshire Cat Rescue who have relocated from close by on Roushill Bank.
At a time when some of the national charity shops are closing, we are pleased to see this locally based charity expanding into larger more prominent premises. The shop is now open following the Tenant’s fit-out.
Toby Shaw of Towler Shaw Roberts acted for us in securing the shop letting, following our works to convert the upper floors into two separate self-contained residential apartments.
Office Let in Shoplatch, Shrewsbury
Following the relocation of Shropshire Lettings to Vanguard Park, we are delighted to have re-let 11 Shoplatch to Monks Estate Agents. Monks already occupied the adjacent property, 10a Shoplatch, and have taken 11 Shoplatch as part of their expansion program, in what has become the new “estate agents row” in Shrewsbury Town Centre. At a time when some companies are being cautious, others are seizing the moment to take advantage of the post covid increase in business which we are all hoping for. The property will provide much needed additional office and administrative space for their sales and lettings departments.
Assignment at Ubique Buisiness Park
Marshall & Marshall Ltd are pleased to announce the letting of Unit 3 Ubique Business Park to Berwick Care Equipment Ltd. An assignment of the lease was taken from Northern Vehicles Group Ltd, in a deal completed by Towler Shaw Roberts surveyors. The property is one of four commercial/industrial units on the Park and benefits from double roller shutter doors and useful internal offices, kitchen and WCs, together with a large forecourt. It was offered by way of assignment at a passing rent of £21,000 per annum. Berwick Care Equipment Ltd are a local, established, company who supply care interiors, furniture and equipment, and care and hygiene disposables.
Single Office Let in Shrewsbury Town Centre
We are pleased to announce the letting of a First Floor Office at 9 College Hill, Shrewsbury, to J Ffrench Ltd.
Lizzy McNally of Cooper Green Pooks, who handled the letting, said; "We were delighted to have managed to agree the letting to co-inside with the vacation of the previous tenant, in order that there was no void period for the Landlord. The office is centrally located with attractive views towards the river and was let on an all-inclusive basis. J Ffrench Ltd are an established national civil engineering and plant hire company who have taken the office as part of their expansion programme."
Marshall & Marshall Complete Triple Town Centre Property Transaction
Marshall & Marshall Ltd are pleased to announce their recent purchase of 12 Shoplatch, Shrewsbury. The property was offered for sale by James Evans of Halls Commercial with vacant possession following the recent relocation of the tenant, Monks estate agents, into 10a Shoplatch.
Craig Henn, Property Director at Marshall & Marshall Ltd said “Having purchased 18 Market Street, 10 Shoplatch and 10a Shoplatch a few years ago, and then 11 Shoplatch more recently, we were keen to purchase 12 Shoplatch in order to complete the block”.
The second part of the transaction involved the relocation of DB Roberts & Partners estate agents, who have occupied one of our other properties close by at 3 Market Street for many years. We were aware that they ideally wanted to have a roadside prominence and be amongst the other estate agents on Shoplatch/Barker Street, and so we agreed a surrender of their current lease together with a simultaneous new lease to them at 12 Shoplatch. We undertook improvement works to the property and they relocated within a matter of just weeks.
The third part of the transaction involved re-letting 3 Market Street to national gaming retailer Games Workshop (trading as Warhammer) who will be moving from premises close by, as soon as DB Roberts have relocated into Shoplatch. We quickly agreed terms with their retained agent, Iain Mills of Johnson Fellows, and are delighted to have them as a tenant.
Severn Hospice Take Shop at Monkmoor, Shrewsbury
We are delighted to have agreed a new letting of shop premises at the Telford Estate Shopping Centre, Monkmoor, Shrewsbury to Severn Hospice.
We had originally let the premises to another party, who for personal reasons were then unable to occupy the premises. Severn Hospice had expressed interest in the parade previously, but were unable to proceed at the time due to them taking their first ever superstore in Beacalls Lane, Shrewsbury. This time, everything slotted into place perfectly and, with the help of their retained agent, Simon Beedles of Barbers Commercial, we were able to agree terms within in a very short space of time.
The large free customer car park at the rear of the premises is ideal for people wanting to drop off clothes, accessories, shoes, toys, books and furniture. Severn Hospice recruited staff quickly and underook their fit-out within a short space of time before opening to the public.
Letting at Shoplatch in Shrewsbury
Marshall & Marshall Ltd are pleased to announce the letting of first floor offices at 10b Shoplatch, Shrewsbury to Radfield Home Care Franchising Ltd.
Radfield Home Care Franchising has grown from the first Radfield Home Care branch set up in Frankwell, Shrewsbury ten years ago by brother and sister team Alex Green and Dr Hannah MacKechnie. The home care service provides bespoke care packages uniquely tailored to enhance quality of life and to support independent living within the home environment. The Radfield ethos is centred in family values, providing care with quality at it’s heart, delivered with kindness, dedication and respect.
Alessio Dyfnallt, Commercial Director of Cooper Green Pooks, who completed the letting said “10b Shoplatch offers 1,500sqft of clean, bright and secure offices situated in a convenient location above the recently opened Abakhan Fabrics. This was a relocation of Radfield Home Care’s head office from Stafford to Shrewsbury, which is good news for the town”
Monks Estate Agents Expand Into 10a Shoplatch, Shrewsbury
Following the relocation of Zaza Johnson & Bath to St Johns Hill, we are delighted to announce the successful letting of 10a Shoplatch to Monks Estate & Letting Agents.
Monks, who have existing offices close by at 12 Shoplatch, have taken the additional space for their New Homes Office from which they will be showcasing new homes from local developers throughout the county.
The property went under offer as soon as Zaza’s relocated and the lease was agreed very quickly.
18 Market Street Shrewsbury Re-let Within Just Weeks!
Following the recent closure of Maplin Electronics, we are delighted to announce the successful letting of 18 Market Street to Michael Abakhan Ltd. In light of the number of large retailers recently announcing the closure of stores across the UK, this comes as welcomed news for Shrewsbury town centre.
Abakhan provide knitting, sewing, embroidery and crochet products and have a passion for providing great customer service. They are also looking to employ local staff for the store and have already spoken with some of the ex-Maplin staff. Abakhan have been trading for almost 60 years and have 9 other stores. The company is still headed by family members.
The property is prominently situated and comprises 7,000sqft of retail sales plus 4,000sqft of storage. The asking rent was £80,000 per annum. The property attracted considerable interest from a number of retailers, restaurant and bar operators, with the premises going “under offer” in a matter of a few weeks. Hugh Ockleston acted as letting agent, with David Raymont of FBC Manby Bowdler completing the lease for us within just 3 weeks.
New Doughnut Business Opens Shop in Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury
Marshall & Marshall Ltd are pleased to report the recent letting of Shop 3, Scott Mansions, 24 Claremont Hill, Shrewsbury to Planet Doughnut.
Planet Doughnut is an independent business run by husband & wife team, Duncan and Sam McGregor who handcraft fresh doughnuts daily at their store, featuring classic and internationally inspired flavours. While in their garage, they operated through social media, catering, and event pop ups and gained quite a following.
Duncan commented “In May 2018, we got the keys to our first brick and mortar store on Claremont Hill in Shrewsbury town centre and are now serving up 20 varieties of doughnuts 5 days a week along with speciality coffee, tea, hot chocolate and more”.
Craig Henn, Property Director at Marshall & Marshall Ltd said “The shop forms part of an attractive town centre period building and provides a front sales area with rear stores/kitchen. We were impressed at the way in which the business has grown in such a short time and the fantastic reviews that they receive on social media. We wish Duncan and Sam all the very best with their new premises”.
Second Letting at Ubique Business Park in Shrewsbury
Marshall & Marshall Ltd are pleased to announce the successful letting of Unit 2b to Shrewsbury Gymnastics Academy Ltd within only a couple of weeks of agreeing a letting of Unit 3 on the same estate.
The letting of Unit 2b was an assignment of the existing lease from Listers (UK) Ltd who have relocated their storage and office facility to Chester. The new Tenant, Shrewsbury Gymnastics Academy Ltd, have been operating from a local sports hall and Lilleshall National Sports Centre and have taken the premises at Ubique Business Park as part of an expansion of their business which had been established almost twenty years ago and will be moving all classes to the new location.
Craig Henn, Property Director at Marshall & Marshall Ltd commented “We were delighted to assist with the Tenant’s planning application, which received an excellent level of support, and we are sure that this will prove to be an excellent location for their business”.
Shrewsbury Gymnastics Academy Ltd added “The property will be fitted out with world class equipment from British and international event supplier, GYMNOVA. We are using every inch of the space to create the best environment for our members and it will include a full sized sprung floor, four beams, two sets of competition bars, a single u-pit bar, competition bars over pit, a sprung tumble track into pit, a trampoline into pit, vaulting station into pit, and specialist conditioning area ! We hope to be moving into our new facility at the end of May and will be rolling out some new classes, with even more coming in September”. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Marshall & Marshall Complete Their Purchase of The Pound Inn
Marshall & Marshall Ltd have completed their purchase of The Pound Inn at Leetbotwood.
The property was purchased through Sidney Phillips with vacant possession after only a few weeks of marketing.
We are delighted to have agreed a simultaneous letting of the property to Jonathan and Adam Jay, who also run The Green Dragon in Little Stretton and The Catch bistro in Church Stretton.
The Pound Inn is a delightful 15th Century thatched public house and resturant with over 60 covers and has the benefit of a large car park for some 50 cars as well as a beer garden and disabled access/facilities. Its position fronting the A49, just north of Church Stretton, should prove popular with locals and passing trade.
The Jay brothers intend to re-open as The Pound Tap House & Eatery in January 2018
Dutch Living Take Shop in Castle Street, Shrewsbury
Were delighted to have let premises of just under 2,500sqft at 32, 33 & 34 Castle Street in Shrewsbury town centre to Dutch Living.
They will be selling bespoke handmade tables and furniture made from the finest reclaimed aged oak, using wood sourced from old barns around Europe, together with quirky home accessories and feature lighting. The products are inspired from the Netherlands and the operators have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the furniture trade.
The premises are well situated, opposite H&M and Marks & Spencer, and have a history of furniture sales having previously been occupied by Multiyork Furniture. Back in the 1960’s people may remember No. 32 being occupied by Henry Fields (Ladieswear) and No. 33 Castle Street being Wildings who had a large open staircase leading down to a basement area with booths where you could listen to records before purchasing them.
We wish Anna, Rob, Kirstie and the team at Dutch Living all the very best with the new business.