Prince Philip Barracks, Budds Lane, Bordon, GU35 0JE, Hampshire, , South East
Whitehall and Bordon Enterprise Park, formerly Prince Philip Barracks, is currently home to DSEME - the Defence School of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering (Bordon), 10 Training Battalion REME (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers), and the HQ of 104 FS (Force Support) Battalion REME. The Barracks contains a number of buildings, large training areas, Single Living Accommodation and recreational facilities.
Stand alone industrial / warehouse unit
- Secure site
- Limited repairing obligation
- Flexible lease terms
Building 58 comprises a standalone warehouse together with ancillary office / welfare block. The building was constructed for the MOD in the 1950’s and is a combination if brick and clad elevations and roof beneath a pitched truss roof containing 20% translucent roof lights, There are high level single glazed windows running the length of the building which provide plenty of light.
The unit benefits from a single story brick build office block, which is divided into a mixture of cellular rooms. There are WCs within the office. Within the warehouse there is fluorescent strip lighting. 4 x high level 4 tonne gantry cranes and an extraction system. The warehouse is accessed via 8 loading doors on the northern and southern elevations and 4 at either end of the buildings on the eastern and western elevations.
Available on flexible terms with limited repairing obligations.
- 10 level access loading doors
- 7.86 m eaves clear height rising to 10.96 m at apex
- 3 phase power
- Overhead cranes in situ
- Fitted offices
- Can be split to accommodate smaller sizes if required
Each party to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the transaction
It is envisaged each property can benefit from B1, B2 and B8 consents. Planning will submitted on agreement of terms.
The accommodation is available by way of a new lease on flexible terms with limited repairing liabilities
£3.75 Per ft²
Average Weighted lease length
Leases up uo 9 years