Former Natwest Bank, 10 Grimshaw Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 2AS

vacant three storey town centre grade II listed former banking hall and offices approximately 591 sq m (6,356 sq ft)


The property is located at the intersection with Grimshaw Street and Nicholas Street. The area is predominantly a mixture of retail and office premises. Burnley Central train station is approximately 400 metres to the north.


Corner located town centre former banking hall offered with vacant possession.


We detail below the following accommodation and net internal areas: 
Ground Floor: 
Banking Hall, Offices  323 sq m  (3,473 sq ft)  
First Floor:   
Offices  26 sq m  (279 sq ft) 
Second Floor: 
Offices  118 sq m  (1,272 sq ft) 
Storage  124 sq m  (1,332 sq ft) 
Total:  591 sq m  (6,356 sq ft)  




The property is understood to benefit from use class A2 although it is considered suitable for a variety of uses subject to gaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Burnley, BB11 1JA. Tel: 01282 425011, Fax: 01282 438772.


Energy Performance Asset Rating = E


DLA Piper UK LLP, Princes Exchange, Princes Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4BY.
Tel: 0113 369 2481. E-mail:
Contact: Ms Cheryl Murray.

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