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Beckley Point, Armada Way/Mayflower Street

Armada Way/mayflower Street
PL1 1LD Plymouth

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Size1,302-4,112 ft² / 121-382 m² (approx. 12-38 desks)

Description

Ground floor accommodation with independent access for offices/retail use in 24 storey tower student residence.

Description

Beckley Point is a new Student residence comprising some 534 bed spaces in a 22 storey tower. 
The ground floor to Cobourg Street and Mayflower Street are available to let with independent access. The unit on Mayflower Street has a mezzanine floor.
Planning consent for A2, A3, B1, D1 & D2 uses being offices, restaurant, medical and leisure.  A1 retail uses should be permissible subject to planning.

Energy rating

Energy rating B

Location and Transport

Beckley Point is located in the centre of Plymouth opposite North Cross Roundabout and Plymouth University in a recognised office and student location. The Drake Circus shopping centre and Armada Way are nearby. It is a short walk from the main railway station with rail services to London Paddington. There are various public car parks located nearby including the Mayflower Car Park to the rear.

Planning consent for A2, A3, B1, D1 and D2.

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