1 Phoenix Place,
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Retail and Leisure
The premises is located on the south-west corner of the junction of Albion Street with Phoenix Place. The site is close to primary transport nodes within the city (700m from Brighton Mainline Railway Station). There are also several bus stops servicing routes both into the City Centre, and destinations to the north of the city and beyond.
Former pub/Community Centre in Brighton
The property comprises a two storey historic detached building. The ground floor was fitted out as a public house but has most recently been used for community uses. It is predominantly open plan with welfare facilities to the rear. There is also a lower ground and first floor.
The lower ground floor can only be used for storage, with a restricted head height. The first floor is split into various sections with good eaves and natural light throughout.
The property is in need of a refurbishment throughout.
A new Use Classes Order (UCO) came into effect on 1st September 2020. Under the new UCO a new Use Class E was introduced to cover commercial, business and service uses. Use Class E encompasses A1, A2, A3, B1 and some D1 and D2 uses under the former UCO. We therefore understand that the premises benefit from Class E 'Commercial Business and Service' use within the Use Classes Order 2020.
Interested parties should make their own planning enquiries and satisfy themselves in this regard.
Rents and prices are quoted exclusive of, but may be subject to VAT.
Each party to bear their own legal costs incurred.
The property is available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed at a rent of £65,000 per annum exclusive of all other outgoings.
Rateable Value / Council Tax Band
Rateable Value 2023: £TBC