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Portsmouth City Council are searching for expressions of interest in a prominent disused building on Western Parade, Southsea Common. 

The empty building, formally used for changing room facilities, has been unused for more than 10 years. PCC are hoping to find a tenant interested in reviving the building — which is ideally located within easy walking distance of the seafront and several prominent tourist attractions — on a full repairing and insuring lease of up to 15 years.

In need of full renovation to any interested parties specification, the single storey building will need planning for commercial usage. PCC have specified that the potential usage should “increase the range and quality of leisure, culture and recreational facilities currently on offer at the seafront.”

PCC have also commented to say they will consider a variety of proposals to undertake beneficial redevelopment works on the property.

Interested parties have until Friday 5th December 2014 to declare any proposal for the building.

The net internal area of the building measures circa 100m2/ 1,075ft2.

More information can be sought via Jeremy Bulled at Portsmouth City Council Property Management section. 02392 834269 or [email protected]

 

 

 

 

One response to “Unique business opportunity for unused Southsea Common building”

  1. To run a cafe on the common would be great, I know someone who would love this chance, but would need it rent free to see if the business worked

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