All the latest properties, from all of Worcestershire's estate
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Worcestershire Property Search
Property Search - the countywide commercial property
finder is now new and improved! Find your new
premises today, with WPS.
- For more on retail, industrial and commercial sites in each of
the districts, go to Employment sites.
- To find out about the flavour of the economy in each of our
districts, go to Our
If you buy the freehold, you buy the property
outright. If you need a commercial mortgage, you'll probably
require a large deposit. Nevertheless, if you can afford it,
buying freehold property can be a good investment in a rising
property market in which the property holds asset value for
Renting, though more affordable than
buying, is nevertheless one of the largest financial
commitments you may make, so take time to work out exactly what you
need from the premises.
- Room for expansion
- Working environment
- Health and Safety regulations
- Fire regulations
Change of use
Some buildings have restrictions on the type
of business that can be run from them. If your business
differs from former use, you may need a change of use
certificate. Find out more at the
planning portal. Check with the council's planning team
before you sign on the dotted line!
Efficiency: there's money in it
Did you know that there is money available to improve the
efficiency of buildings? Find out more at Finance &
Free specialist advice
If you're an inward investor or an expanding
SME who's planning to create 5 or more jobs, contact us for
specialist advice. We'll help you find property or employment
sites, and guide you through the planning process – free of
charge. Go to Inward Investors for more information.
Free workshops - book your place
To sign up for workshops or 1-2-1 advice see the Enterprising Worcestershire web page.
If you can't make it to a workshop, book a
1-2-1 session by calling 0300 123 1440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last reviewed 4 April 2013 at 10:31.
The page is next due for review 1 October 2014.