22-24 Queen Square, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 1TQ
Guide Price* : £900,000
Retail investment with residential development potential
- City Centre Retail Investment
- Planning permission granted for residential conversion to upper floors
- Currently receiving an income of £55,000 per annum
- Guide price reflects an attractive NIY of 6.96%
The property comprises a mixed use investment/development property arranged over basement, ground, and three upper floors.
The ground floor is currently divided into two units with two separate leases in place, one to Intelligent Foods Central Limited, trading as Subway and one to Pink Pussycat Limited, trading as Bogarts. The Subway space has traded from the location in excess of 10 years and has a late night license, therefore capitalising on city centre night-life, as well as the nearby Football Club and University. Bogarts signed a new lease in late 2019 and commenced perparing the unit for trading, however the Covid-19 pandemic has put the fit-out plans on hold.
The three upper floors have outline planning approval for conversion to provide 10 flats. The upper floors have been stripped out and are ready for works to commence.
The property is located in a prominent position on Queens Square In Wolverhampton town centre.
There are a number of bus stops located on the adjoining Darlington Street. Wolverhampton Grand Station is located 0.4 miles to the east of the property providing rail connections to Birmingham, Liverpool and London.
Other notable occupiers in the vicinity include McDonald's, Natwest and House of Fraser.
Planning permission was granted in 2019 for conversion of the existing offices comprising the upper parts into 10 residential flats, more information is available under reference: 19/00146/FUL. The upper parts have already been stripped out in anticipation of this conversion.
The property receives an income of £55,000 per annum from the two tenancies in place.
Intelligent Foods Central Limited trading as Subway are in occupation of part basement and part ground floor on a Full Repairing and Insuring lease expiring April 2028. The space commands a rent of £30,000 per annum and is subject to five yearly open market rent reviews, the next review is due in 2023.
Pink Pussycat Limited trading as Bogarts are in occupation of part basement and part ground floor. The space is let on a Full Repairing and Insuring lease expiring September 2034, with a break in October 2024. The space receives a rent of £25,000 per annum and is subject to five yearly open market rent reviews, the next review is due in 2024.
City of Wolverhampton Council - www.wolverhampton.gov.uk
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- Existing Floorplan - Ground Floor
- Approved Floorplan - First Floor
- Approved Floorplan - Second Floor
- Approved Floorplan - Third Floor
- Approved Elevations - Front
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