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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. 


Witham Industrial Investment Changes Hands

A circa 90,000 sq ft (8,361 sq m) single let industrial commercial investment has changed Landlords just in time for the New Year, Whybrow confirm.

Period Commercial Buildings Sold In Hadleigh

An attractive period office building in the centre of the attractive market town of Hadleigh, Suffolk has been sold by Whybrow.


Formerly owned and occupied by the founding partner of the long established engineering and building consultancy, Richard Jackson Partnership, read more about this completed sale just in time for Christmas trading.