All Posts in Category: Plymouth Office

Plymouth City Centre Retail Acquisition

Stratton Creber Commercials Plymouth office are delighted to announce the acquisition of 8/10 Old Town Street Plymouth on behalf of a private investment company. The investment comprised of two ground floor retail units and seperate upper floor office accommodation. The two retail units were let to the Cooperative Bank Plc, Salt Rock Surfware Limited and offices to […] Read more

Opportunity to Invest in Totnes

An attractive investment property in Totnes is now on the market. The premises at 6 Fore Street are home to the Age UK retail unit and are prominently situated on the south side of the main shopping pitch in the popular South Hams market town. The property comprises a self-contained ground floor retail unit and […] Read more

New Wolseley Road Opportunity

An attractive investment property in Wolseley Road, Plymouth, has come to the market. The freehold ground floor investment premises – home to the ‘Herr Kutz’ retail unit – are situated in the busy secondary retailing area, approximately half a mile from the city centre. The property comprises a ground floor retail unit which is currently […] Read more

Millbay – Plymouth’s Coastal Quarter

The simple name Millbay hardly does justice to the history, importance to the city and importance to its future, represented by the 15 acres surrounding the historic dock, west of the Hoe and east of the Tamar. The medieval mills, built by the Abbey of Plympton, but rented by Sir Francis Drake, were tidal mills […] Read more

Investment in Commercial Property Proving Popular

As we all have been made aware the London Property Market has become increasingly heated with high levels of investment, in particular from international purchasers. It has been reported that investment in central London’s commercial property market reached £20.5 billion in 2014, marginally below the last investment peak in 2007 when £20.6 billion was traded […] Read more

PACT – An Under Used Resource

As a consequence of the shortening length of leases granted following the credit crunch, we are now at a point in the economic cycle where both leases granted at the peak of the market and those granted in less buoyant conditions are falling for renewal at the same time. With the market itself having started […] Read more

Solar Gains – Solar shines as Wind blown off course

As most people are fully aware, solar farms now dominate large swathes of the South West’s countryside and now form an ever increasing share of the UK’s energy supply. Across the UK in 2014 almost 2,000 renewable energy projects with construction contracts worth £5.2 billion were awarded of which solar contributed £1.7bn, a record amount. […] Read more

Minimum Energy Efficient Standard Regulations – Energy Act 2011

The system of obtaining an EPC rating for commercial property when a property is either sold or let is now well established. The Government has now published its response to a recent consultation and whilst it is still waiting for parliamentary approval, the guidance for the future is now clearer. Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) […] Read more

Notional Rent – Don’t Be Complacent

It is common knowledge that all aspects of the property market have been affected by the economic downturn, and it is all too easy to assume that this is the case for Notional Rents on surgery premises. However Stratton Creber Commercial has recognised, through continued success in negotiating increases in Current Market Rents throughout the […] Read more

Planning Reform

The Government has attempted to simplify planning and deliver growth through changes to the planning system and publication of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) plus 2 sets of planning reform measures as well as consultation on a third potential set of changes. David Cameron identified the planning system required reform in March 2011 by […] Read more