Burntwood Welcomes New Micro Pub
Burntwood Welcomes New Micro Pub



Lambourne House, Bridge Cross Road, Burntwood - Welcomes New Micro Pub

Burley Browne are delighted to confirm the completion of the letting of Unit 1 Lambourne House, Bridge Cross Road, Burntwood to a new Micro Pub "Sankeys Tap Room". 

Extending to 1,086 sq ft offering ground and first floor accommodation, the property occupies an end of terrace position within a popular local parade offering car park to the rear. 

The letting concluded following the granting of planning permission for a change of use to A4 (Drinking Establishments).

Ben Nicholson, Associate Director of Burley Browne comments "the opening of Sankeys Tap Room follows on from our successful involvement with the sale of Lambourne House and this letting reinforces the attraction of the building and its location.  Micro Pubs are increasingly popular and this letting continues the trend.  We are pleased that we have successfully reached this outcome and wish Paul and his team all the best in their new property".

Burley Browne will be happy to discuss any commercial property requirements you may have and remain very active in North Birmingham and South Staffs areas.  Should you require any further information or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us on 0121 321 3441 or alternatively you can follow us on twitter@burleybrowne

Kingston CPC acted as joint agents in the letting of this property.

Published on Tuesday, 02 May 2017

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