The Former Odeon Cinema And Kwiksave Supermarket, Freeman Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, DN32 7AP
Grimsby lies on the Humber Estuary on the north-east coast of England and is easily reached by road, rail, air or sea. Grismby is the main town in North East Lincolnshire and was the worlds largest fishing port in the 19 centrury. Toady the port is a major centre of food processing, specialising in the import of Danish and Norwegian products. Much of the town has seen recent development with pedestrian malls and good facilities. The A180 dual carriageway, a continuation of the M180, provides fast road access to the M18/A1 or via the Humber Bridge onto the M62. The property fronts Freeman Street, a busy thoroughfare within the town centre, being situated on the corner of Freeman Street with Duncan Street with nearby multiple retailers including Iceland, Noble Amusements and Rayners Furniture.
The property comprises a substantial 1930's style cinema with foyer, three auditoria, projection suite and ancillary together with a supermarket on the ground floor.
Site Frontage 46 m 495 ft Depth 27 m 291 ft Site Area (from plan) 1,220 sq m 13,132 sq ft Ground GIA (excluding supermarket) 592 sq m 6,372 sq ft First GIA 347 sq m 3,735 sq ft 939 sq m 10,107 sq ft
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, North East Lincolnshire District Council, Development Management Services × Planning, Origin 2, Origin Way, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN37 9TZ. Tel: 01472 326289
1. Energy Performance Certificate = G. 2. The property is not listed.
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