The Waterside, Royal Worcester is ideally located within the City centre, a brief walk from the High Street and the two train stations that serve Worcester. Situated just 27 miles south of Birmingham, Worcester is easily accessible, with excellent transport links by road, rail and air. Junction 7 of the M5, provides convenient access to Bristol and beyond and the north west, as well as to the east via the M42 and M40. Worcester Foregate Street and Worcester Shrub Hill the two mainline rail stations, operate regular services to Birmingham, London (Paddington), Bristol, Oxford and other key cities. Journey time to London is 2½ hours, and to Birmingham just 40 minutes. International airports are also within easy reach. Birmingham and Bristol International are the closest both within a 1-2 hour journey time.Widely considered to be the most imposing building at The Waterside, The Bone Mill represents a unique opportunity to create a new landmark restaurant in a Grade II listed building.
The development is strategically positioned close to the city centre, with good pedestrian links. The Bone Mill is close to the established leisure facilities where occupiers include Vue Cinema, Nandos Restaurant and Pizza Express.
Now, as the only surviving porcelain grinding mill in England, the building retains many of its original features, including parts of the original bone grinding equipment and the chimney. Designed by Robert Armstrong in 1851-52, with the third storey added in 1873, the building has been sensitively refurbished to maximise its character, including the creation of a contemporary roof terrace overlooking the canal.Ground Floor - 212 sq m (2,281 sq ft)
First Floor - 130 sq m (1,399 sq ft)
Second Floor - 164 sq m (1,765 sq ft)
TOTAL - 506 sq m (5,445 sq ft)On applicationTo be assessed upon occupation