Derby

This is a substantial property trading as a department store and comprising two identifiably different but interlinked buildings on basement, ground, first, second and part third floors.

The building is well served by a large multi storey car park and a surface car park to the rear.

The property is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter and other nearby occupiers include the Standing Order and The Thomas Reaper Pubs, Pizza Express, Ladbrokes, Betfred and George Brigden Menswear.

 

Location

Derby is a major commercial centre in the East Midlands situated approximately 17 miles west of Nottingham, 33 miles north of Leicester, 36 miles east of Stoke and 40 miles north of Birmingham. The resident population is approximately 246,000 and the weighted retail catchment population is estimated to be in excess of 800,000.

The City is strategically located at the junction of the A6, A38 and A52 trunk roads which provide direct links to the M42, M6 and M1 motorways. Rail communications are excellent with frequent services to London Kings Cross and St Pancras.

Situation

The property is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter and other nearby occupiers include the Standing Order and The Thomas Reaper Pubs, Pizza Express, Ladbrokes, Betfred and George Brigden Menswear.