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Former Barclays Bank in Great Shelford let to angli-EAR Hearing & Tinnitus Solutions

Monday, 28 September 2020

Former Barclays Bank in Great Shelford let to angli-EAR Hearing & Tinnitus Solutions

Cambridge-based PAI member, Cheffins, has let a former bank in the centre of Great Shelford to angli-EAR Hearing & Tinnitus Solutions, an independently run audiology clinic.  

Previously home to Barclays bank, the property is set over two storeys, encompassing 4,191 sqft in total. The building is in the centre of Great Shelford and benefits from 18 car parking spaces. 

Mark Drummond, Associate at Cheffins said: “The property presented is a rare opportunity to rent an attractive and well-located commercial building in this popular Cambridgeshire village. Being only five miles from the centre of Cambridge, commercial property in Great Shelford generally sees high demand and this building was no different. The layout lends itself to a variety of uses such as offices, retail or restaurant uses, which ensured it saw interest from a variety of local businesses. Angli-EAR hearing is relocating from its current premises in Mill Court, also in Great Shelford, and plans to be fully-operational from this new location within the next few months.”

Sarah Chapman, Director at angli-EAR comments:"We are delighted to be moving to the new clinic in Woollard's Lane, Great Shelford in November. The larger premises gives angli-EAR Hearing an increased presence in the heart of the Shelford community, with more clinic space and a wider range of audiology and ear wax removal services for clients.  It's good news for the High Street too, repurposing the old Barclay's building which has been closed and boarded up for a few years. The clinic's adjacent private car park will also bring an increase in footfall to the local shops from visiting clients."

The rent has been agreed at £86,000 per annum.

For more information contact Mark Drummond at Cheffins, mark.drummond@cheffins.co.uk