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Llanthony Warehouse is located in Gloucester Docks, an area that continues to see significant investment. A number of the former warehouses have been refurbished and new buildings created to provide a complimentary mix of shops, offices, apartments and tourist attractions including the National Waterways Museum which is situated also within the warehouse. This has undergone a recent refurbishment to include the provision of a new fully glazed entrance on the ground floor.
The location boasts a central position with excellent access to the adjacent amenities including Gloucester Quays, a development by Peel Properties that offers a speciality retail and leisure destination. Gloucester's road network is also in close proximity with the inner ring road, a short distance leading to the M5 at Junction 12 via the southwest by-pass or to the north at Junction 11 or 11a via the A417 or A40 trunk road.
As the name suggests, Llanthony Warehouse was conceived as a commercial building and built in 1873 of brick with a slate roof, wooden floors and cast iron columns. In 1988 it was transformed into the Waterways Museum on the lower 3 floors with office space above. The accommodation currently available is situated on the 4th and 5th floors and comprises high quality primarily open plan office space. A central core provides a communal area, passenger lift and WCs facilities. Each floor is self-contained with 2 entrances and its own separate kitchen facilities.
Partitioning is presently included but could be adapted to suit an occupier's requirements. Each floor is offered with 10 parking spaces. There are potential additional spaces to be included at a separate cost and further information is available from the agents.
The building as a whole has an energy performance certificate rated at C(61).