Commercial property
Sale or let
Sweet Briar Road, Norwich, Norfolk

Freehold / leasehold
21780 - 958320 sq ft
Summary
For Sale / To Let
Description
Norwich's geographical distance from major competing centres ensures that the city is the dominant commercial centre in Norfolk and East Anglia, with a primary retail catchment population of approximately one million people. The city has a
growing population of 132,200 in the Norwich City Council area and a Norwich Travel to Work Area of 376,500 people. Norwich is ranked 10th out of the
UK's top retail centres (CACI 2011) and has two major shopping centres, Chapelfield and Castle Mall, together with all of the country's principal
departments stores.

Norwich is home to two universities, the largest, the University of East Anglia, is located 2.5 miles away from the site and has a student population in excess
of 15,000 students.

Norwich also benefits from approximately 5 million tourist visitors annually due to its historic city centre, the Norfolk Broads and extensive coastline.
Location
Norwich is the administrative and commercial centre of East Anglia and Norfolk's principal city, located 110 miles to the north east of London, 60 miles north east
of Cambridge and 43 miles to the north of Ipswich.

The city benefits from excellent communication links, with the A11 providing dual carriageway access to Cambridge and London, via the M11. Other major trunk roads include the A47, linking Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Peterborough, whilst the A140 links directly to Ipswich.

Norwich benefits from direct train connections to London every 30 minutes, with a journey time of approximately one hour and fifty minutes. Norwich International Airport offers flights to both domestic and European destinations with daily flights to Schiphol, Aberdeen and Manchester Airports, which provides worldwide access. London's Stansted Airport is 85 miles to the south west and is the 4th
busiest airport in the UK.


The city is the administrative centre for the Anglian region and significant employers include Norfolk County Council, Norwich City Council, the University of East Anglia, Aviva, Briar Chemicals, Colmans and Marsh.
Terms / lease
Land is available on a freehold basis, with buildings available on either a freehold or leasehold basis. Price, rents and terms are available upon request.
Uses
Land
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