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The premises comprises of a purpose built 3/4 storey office block, which sits to the north eastern side of Riverside Office Park. The property occupies a prominent position within the development and is easily recognisable by the feature clock mounted on the lift shaft column above the main entrance.
There are feature, smoked glass, full height, and double glazed atriums to three sides above the entrance at these locations. The main entrance faces the central car park and consists of a steel framed porch constructed in curtain wall double glazing with a mono pitched slated roof dressed in red clay tiles. There is a concrete disabled ramp and access door to the rear of the property off the upper level car park. The accommodation has been sub divided into various office suites with the majority of the ground floor. The subject benefits from 104 designated car parking spaces located on site.
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