New retail unit to let on Bakers Quay Gloucester Docks
New retail unit to let - High Orchard Street, Gloucester, UK
- 24 hr Access
- Café / Restaurant Use
- Retail Use
- Self contained premises
The new retail unit to let on Bakers Quay Gloucester Docks within the Downings Warehouse.
New retail unit to let These units will provide good, modern space with external space overlooking the canal the first stop-off point as people come into the Docks from under the bridge.
The new retail unit to let on Bakers Quay Gloucester Docks have A3 planning consent and the terraced areas in front are available on licence, subject to conditions.
Bakers Quay is strategically located between the canal, the new Next Superstore (Easter 2019), Peel Retail Park, Gloucester Quays Outlet, Premier Inn, Travelodge, Beefeater, Cineworld and numerous visitor attractions. Enhanced by being adjacent to the main entrance to the area's multi-storey car park, the units benefit from combinations of outside seating, canal views, a good degree of sunlight and quirky features.
Gloucester is very accessible, being just over two and a quarter hours from London and 74 minutes from Birmingham by car. The city has a more than adequate provision of good accomodation, ranging from budget to quality boutique hotels.
Gloucester Docks is the finest extant 18th century trading port in the country
Over 5,000,000 people visit Gloucester Quays every year
The spectacular Tall Ships Festival is enjoyed by over 150,000 people
A 10-screen Cineworld is right next door to the Bakers Quay site
Over 150,000 people attend the summer Food Festival every year
A working dry docks, where craftsmen can be seen using traditional skills to maintain tall ships
Winter events include a magical ice rink in Orchard Square and a Victorian Christmas Market
SULA lightship has been moored opposite Bakers Quay since 2010
The new retail unit to let on Bakers Quay Gloucester Docks is in Gloucester which is one of the top 10 historic destinations in the United Kingdom
The 10th fastest growing city in the UK by population in 2014/2015, at 1.3% compared to 1.0% for the whole of the UK
39% of the city's population is under 30, while 25% are under 20 - the highest in the South West
The highest average wage of all cities in the south west
Over 58% of the immediate population falls within the ABC1 socio-demographic group
4th highest employment rate at 80%, compared to 74.2% for the UK
Above average number of 'wealthy executives', 'affluent greys', 'flourishing families' and 'secure families' within the core catchment area
Growing business clusters include aerospace, nuclear, creative, finance and insurance and ICT
'An expanding urban hub with a young and affluent profile'