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South Shields, 22 Fowler Street
South Shields, 22 Fowler Street
South Shields, 22 Fowler Street
South Shields, 22 Fowler Street
South Shields, 22 Fowler Street
South Shields, 22 Fowler Street

Rent: £Price on Application

Region: Tyne and Wear

Town/City: South Shields


The property is situated on the corner of Fowler Street and Keppel Street adjacent to the recently completed Bus and Metro Passenger Transport Interchange and close to King Street, South Shields’ principal retail thoroughfare.
ASDA, Next, River Island and B&M also trade close by adjacent to the Interchange.


Briefly the premises provide the following Gross Internal Areas and dimensions:-

Net frontage – Fowler Street 8.00 m 26’ 03”
Net frontage – Keppel Street 7.50 m 24’ 07”
Internal Width (max) 10.25 m 33’ 08”
Shop Depth 23.44 m 76’ 10”
Ground Floor 196.25 m² 2,113 sq ft
Basement 180.12 m² 1,939 sq ft
First Floor 193.15 m² 2,079 sq ft
Second Floor 201.08 m² 2,164 sq ft

There is an additional external area to the western elevation accessed by road and fronting Keppel
Street which could be made available for private car parking or alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary consents or licences.
A letting can be negotiated for the whole of the property or, subject to viability considerations, for individual floors.


Following completion of the refurbishment works the property has not been re assessed for rating


The property is suitable for a number of different uses including retail, office, restaurant and leisure under the new Class E. However, our client may also consider alternative uses such as Public House, boutique Hotel and residential use (for the upper floors) subject to the necessary consents.


Our client has a preference to retain the freehold interest of the property and is prepared to consider a long 125 year full repairing lease at a peppercorn rent and premium payment.
Alternatively, a lease for a term to be agreed on a full repairing basis and incorporating upward rent reviews at 5 yearly intervals can be negotiated at a rent to be agreed depending on the space taken.
The landlord will insure the building and recover the cost from the tenant(s).  For the avoidance of doubt the insurance of the glass shop front will be the responsibility of the
If the property is let to more than one occupier a service charge may be appropriate whereby the
landlord will undertake repairs to the structure and common parts and will recover a fair proportion of these costs from each of the tenants.


This will vary dependant on the extent of the demise taken and use proposed.  Interested parties should discuss their proposals with the agents.


Strictly by appointment with the Sole Letting Agent.  Please contact:-
Ian Thurlbeck
M: 07515 831417

Property type: Leisure, Retail

Rateable value: £TBC

Planning use: E

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