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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Whybrow Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants are delighted to announce the successful letting of 14 Short Wyre Street to Jacqueline’s Tea Rooms. A new five year full repairing and insuring lease has been entered into and the property was advertised at an asking rent of £15,000 per annum exclusive.

The property is situated on the eastern edge of Colchester’s town centre close to the junction with Long Wyre Street and Eld Lane and within the heart of the proposed St Botolphs Regeneration area.

The property comprises a ground floor shop with further first floor ancillary accommodation with rear servicing via Queen Street. The accommodation extends to 695 sq.ft. on the ground floor and 745 sq.ft. on the first floor. Major occupiers in the vicinity include Sue Ryder, Argos and Greggs. 


DP World Networking Event for Essex Businesses

DP World London Gateway hosted an event in the offices of its 1,000 acre logistics facility to celebrate and launch the completion of a new office development.

Over 50 guests from a wide range of businesses and organisations across Essex attended and were able to view the three berths of the state-of-the-art, semi-automated deep sea container terminal, while also viewing the significant progress in the development of the Logistics Park.


A new off-dock 5 Acre empty container storage yard is to be opened at DP World London Gateway Port.