Acting on behalf of the John Cheatle Group, Alder King Property Consultants sublet 45 Regent Street to Helen and Douglas House. The lease on the 1,066 sq ft shop runs until May 2018. It is now trading with a ground floor sales area and a basement bookshop.
Helen and Douglas House cares for children and young adults with life shortening conditions and offers support to their families. The charity runs two hospice houses in Oxford which offer specialist symptom and pain management, medically-supported short breaks and end-of-life care, as well as counselling and practical support for guests and their family.
David Cryer, head of retail at Helen and Douglas House said: “It costs £4.5 million every year to run Helen and Douglas House, the vast majority of which comes from voluntary sources. This shop will play a vital role in helping us to meet our fundraising targets and to ensure that we can continue to help guests and their families in the local community.”
Alison Williams, senior surveyor commented: “Regent Street is an established retail area with a good footfall, making it an ideal location for Helen and Douglas House’s fundraising shop.”
For further information regarding available retail premises in Swindon call Alison Williams at Alder King on 01793 615477.
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