The community resource centres are under new management. In December 2021 the West Cheltenham Partnership took over management of the Hesters Way and Springbank Community Resource Centres.
For information about services, and activities at the centres or to book rooms please call 01242 575638 or email email@example.com
CHELTENHAM – CAFÉ, HESTERS WAY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE, GL51 7SU.
A premium is not being requested for the equipment. Available by way of a new lease for a term to be agreed. Net internal area – 70.49 sq m (759 sq ft). External seating area.
Rent from £12,000 PA (£15.81/sq. ft. pa)
The property is constructed of brick and blockwork with painted render and some external wooden cladding, the main part of the property is two storeys, whilst the warehouse/commercial units were constructed as single storey. It has a pitched profile cladding insulated roof. Two sets of photovoltaic cells have been installed on the south elevation of the roof and the windows are double glazed timber framed.
The café is self-contained but accessed through the communal entrance and there is a secondary access to the rear car park. The unit has a suspended ceiling with inset lighting, lino floor and it benefits from good levels of natural light.
The accommodation comprises the main seating area, a commercial kitchen with range of stainless-steel worktops, cooker/oven with extractor fan over, grill and sink. There is a sales counter, preparation and washing area and storage.
The café benefits from an external seating area.
The site is prominently located, fronting Princess Elizabeth Way with a return frontage to Cassin Drive and opposite the Gloucestershire College Campus. The surrounding area is predominantly residential with a mix of older style Council housing and newly constructed housing for both private sale and housing association use. The site is within a few hundred metres of the Coronation Square shopping area and within about ½ mile of the main entrance to the gchq Benhall site, adjacent to the roundabout intersection of Princess Elizabeth Way with the Gloucester Road.
The site is approximately 2½ miles south-west of Cheltenham town centre. View more