Wiggins Lockett Thompson, in a continuing instruction received from the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust and other private investors in the area, have been asked to market and find new occupants for several existing period buildings in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
The buildings, all offices, are all occupation-ready being primarily and most significantly the former Wesleyan Chapel in Coalbrookdale, the first floor offices in the same building as Nick Tart overlooking the roundabout in Ironbridge and the building known as the Mosaic Shop which is located within the Tile Museum premises in Jackfield.
The Wesleyan Chapel comprises a substantial open plan office at first floor level with archive/workshop at lower ground floor level and is available on flexible terms and rent immediately. The premises provide an imposing and unique commercial property opportunity for the right business in the area.
The first floor offices at High Street, Ironbridge which are shortly due for renovation form part of a privately owned commercial premises occupied by Estate Agents Nick Tart and Wenlock Health & Safety at second floor. The premises are sub-divided into a number of small offices and are suitable for the majority of administrative users and have easy access to the facilities in Ironbridge.
The Mosaic Shop premises in Jackfield are available for Art & Craft and Creative occupiers having previously been occupied by a Marketing company and Sound Studio.
Anthony Wiggins already reports strong interest in the former Sound Studio premises and there is a small standalone office known as the West Wing immediately available for occupation. Anthony Wiggins added ‘The quality of working environment in The Gorge in Telford is second to none. We are delighted at the success we have had in letting commercial space in this area in the past and are pleased to be able to provide further opportunities for Telford businesses.’
For further information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Anthony Wiggins on 01952 603303.