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October 20, 2016

Soho launch in Bath city centre

Colston & Colston have let the former Lush store on Union Street to Soho Coffee at a rent of ¬£175,000pa. The premises were under offer soon after our instruction but when they curbed their expansion programme due to world affairs, the Soho coffee chain were quick to pounce on the opportunity. They are fitting out […]

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August 23, 2016

2 Prior Park, Widcombe – new letting

Colston & Colston LLP have let 2 Prior Park, previously occupied by the well loved Round-a-bout clothes store to a new care in the home consultancy, Sentinel Independent Living. We were able to arrange a surrender and grant of a new lease, releasing our client from their liability as guarantor to the lease, and giving […]

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August 18, 2016

Sale of mixed use central Bath freehold investment

34 Monmouth Street completed earlier this month in a back drop of negative sentiment in national press, with ‘Brexit’ being¬†confirmed only days before the exchange. The property went under offer after a period of less than 3 weeks marketing and at the asking price. Colston & Colston LLP were asked to market the premises having […]

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January 22, 2016

New shop brings the flavours of the Carribean to Bath

The Caribbean Spot, is a unique offer within Bath; a family business built from the love of Caribbean cuisine offering a variety of edible goods for the creative cook. The store supplies authentic African Caribbean foods with the ambition of promoting the cuisine to a new audience. If you always wanted to know how to […]

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July 7, 2015

Significant office acquisition completed

Colston & Colston acting for a retained client have acquired the leasehold interest in one of Bath’s most prominent office buildings, Plymouth House. After a period of negotiations we were able to secure terms offering our clients a basis for occupation that both secured an appropriate future for their occupation requirements, which were immediate, but […]

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