The subjects comprise part of the second and third floors of surplus offices within our client’s 4 storey detached office building, completed in the early 1980’s. The external fabric of the building is consstructed with an insitu concrete frame and ground floor with pre-cast concrete upper floors, roof, and cladding panels. The front/ East elevation of the building is stepped back on a floor-by-floor level, whilst the rear/West elevation is vertical. The first floor projects beyond the front elevation of the ground floor, creating a canopy over the entrance. Full height enclosed stairwells project from the North and South elevations, giving access to all levels of the building. There is also a main central entrance, giving access to ground and first floors, with a lift providing access to the upper levels beyond. Each floor has its own kitchen together with male and female toilet facilities. Internally, the available office space has undergone an extensive refurbishment. There are carpet tiled floors, painted and/or papered walls, suspended tiled ceilings with integral LG7 lighting and good natural light via the perimeter double glazed windows. There is currently a mix of perimeter and column trunking. Heating is provided via ducted vents through the ceiling void, powered by an oil-fired boiler. The building benefits from a large tarmacadam surfaced car park to the front, with further car parking available to the rear of the building. There are approximately 226 spaces, including disabled spaces set within grass and shrub landscaped grounds. The boundary is secured with chain link fencing on metal posts and gate. The parking will be allocated on a pro-rata basis dependant on the extent of the accommodation occupied. An in-going occupier will benefit from use of a manned reception, shared meeting rooms and break out area all situated on the ground floor.