Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, with a primary catchment population of 1.86m people and is the third largest urban conurbation in the UK, contributing substantially to both the Scottish and UK economies. The city is situated on the River Clyde, some 67 km (42 miles) to the west of Edinburgh.
The subjects are arranged over the ground floor and basement of a standalone building of brick construction, and including a significant glazed frontage beneath a pitched slate covered roof. The basement is extensive and is currently used for staff welfare and storage. The property benefits from a private car park to the side providing approximately 10 parking spaces. Internally the property is subdivided to provide a customer area, meeting rooms and counter area to the front, with storage and toilets located to the rear. The basement provides staff accommodation and storage. Tenure Heritable interest. Rates The property is entered in the Valuation Roll as £9,500 Rateable Value / Rates Payable £4,427 per annum. Under existing legislation, an element of relief may be available under the Small Business Bonus Scheme (up to 100%).