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  • Exceptional character office space in Hinckley town centre
  • Comprising a mixture of open plan and executive offices/meeting rooms
  • Flexible lease terms available
  • Reception services
  • 24/7 access
  • Private kitchen facilities
  • Pay & display car parking nearby
  • NIA - 2,675 sq ft (248.5 sq m)
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To Rent: £29,425 Per annum

2,675 Sq Ft (248.51 Sq M)

The Atkins Building is the former home of Atkins of Hinckley who established a presence in Hinckley in 1722 and produced hosiery until 1995, by which time it was the oldest existing and operating hosiery factory in the world. In September 1995 the Atkins business was taken over by Coates Viyella who manufactured hosiery until the factory's closure in 2002. In 2008 Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council purchased the Atkins building and renovated it in to a creative business centre which was opened in September 2010. The Atkins office and studio facilities have been designed to be modern, affordable and with community in mind. Individual spaces are available in sizes from 150 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft, catering for small and growing companies from many different business sectors and can accommodate a variety of needs. The serviced offices offer a modern, professional setting in keeping with the listed building. They are truly unique spaces, exclusive to Hinckley. Each area is equipped with its own kitchen with instant hot water. The Creative Business Centre staff are on hand to support you, receive your clients and handle your post. The office rental package comes with many features and benefits to ensure that your tenancy runs smoothly: Flexible tenancy terms, broadband/WiFi/telephone line rental, secure 24/7 access, intruder alarm, reception services, post handling, kitchen facilities, onsite café bar, IT/telephony support and nearby car parking (Pay-and-Display).
The Atkins Building is the former home of Atkins of Hinckley who established a presence in Hinckley in 1722 and produced hosiery until 1995, by which time it was the oldest existing and operating hosiery factory in the world. In September 1995 the Atkins business was taken over by Coates Viyella who manufactured hosiery until the factory's closure in 2002. In 2008 Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council purchased the Atkins building and renovated it in to a creative business centre which was opened in September 2010.

The Atkins Building is located in a highly prominent position on Lower Bond Street on the fringe of Hinckley town centre. There is a pay and display car park directly opposite the building. Hinckley railway station is located approximately 0.5 miles from the property and provides regular commuter services to Birmingham New Street and Leicester. Hinckley is a market town with a population in the order of 55,000 (Local Authority 112,000) lying approximately 13 miles to the south west of Leicester. The town enjoys good motorway communications with Junction 1 of the M69 Motorway being located on the south eastern fringe of the conurbation approximately 2 miles from the town centre. Hinckley town centre has seen significant investment in recent years with Hinckley's flagship retail/leisure complex, The Crescent, being completed in 2015 and benfiting from occupiers such as Wildwood, Prezzo, Loungers, TK Maxx, Superdrug and Sainsbury's.

The accommodation is available on flexible lease terms at a commencing rental of £29,425 (plus VAT) per annum exclusive.

EPC Rating: C(70)

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Harry Ward
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