The 2,147 sq ft accommodation currently available comprises part of the ground floor of the building, having a direct frontage to Market Place, which until recently has been used as a banking hall and offices. Originally let in an open-plan format, the accommodation has been extensively fitted out by the previous occupiers to create a main banking area, including interview rooms, together with a general office area and strong rooms. Available for a maximum term ending September 2015. The city of Kingston-upon-Hull is recognized as the regional capital of East Yorkshire and the Humber region, with a population of around 250,000 people, but serving a significant catchment approaching 800,000 people. The local economy has developed rapidly over the last 10 years with strong inward investment and ongoing development, particularly around the City’s Old Town. The property is one of the City’s most striking buildings, being located on the east side of Market Place, close to the historic Holy Trinity Church. The complex is near to the Guildhall, Crown Court and Magistrates Court, and the Head Offices of many of the major banks, building societies and professional firms which create a busy and vibrant business community.