Humphry Davy House, Golden Smithies Lane, Wath upon Dearne, Rotherham, S63 7ER
The subject building comprises of an imposing academic building constructed over ground and three upper floors. We understand that the building was completed in 1998 and is of steel framed construction with brick cladding and powder coated double glazed aluminium windows.
Internally the accommodation has been provided with permanent internal partitions with a typical floor containing corridors along the centre of each wing with offices, teaching areas and ancillary rooms to either side. The second floor is slightly different in that one of the wings of the building has been laid out to provide a well lit open plan library area. The third floor area is smaller than the other floors, as it occupies only one wing of the building and again this mainly comprises of teaching rooms and a largely open plan feel with larger room sizes.
The premises have been fitted out to a good overall standard and include quality carpeting to most of the classroom, teaching and admin areas, gas central heating, suspended ceilings having Category 2 lighting and some air-conditioning.
Situated approximately 10 miles north east of Sheffield and lying between Barnsley & Doncaster, the Dearne Valley was designated as an enterprise zone in 1995, which has now expired. Since that time it has been transformed by the creation of some 10,000 new jobs occupying a wide range of new commercial developments.
The area has excellent road links which lead to Junction 36 of the M1 to the west and to Junction 36 of the A1 (M) to the east. Mainline rail services are available from nearby Doncaster, whilst Leeds Bradford Airport and Doncaster Airport are within easy motorway drives.
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