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New vegetarian and vegan takeaway to open in Nottingham

Vegetarian and vegan students living in the popular residential area of Lenton in Nottingham will be spoilt for choice as a new plant-based takeaway restaurant is set to open on Lenton Boulevard.

In a deal completed by leading commercial property agent Innes England, new takeaway Veggie Master has bought the unit and begun its fit out, with the restaurant set to open for business in early 2022.

Veggie Master’s extensive menu will include pizzas, kebabs, burgers, and more – with no meat in sight.

The new takeaway will sit on the corner of Lenton Boulevard (A6130) and Church Street within the locality of Lenton. Within close proximity of Queens Medical Centre and close to both Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham, the residential suburb is popular with students and young professionals alike.

Innes England were approached by the vendor to sell the property on Lenton Boulevard

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Ross Whiting, associate director of Innes England, said: “We were delighted to sell this attractive property on behalf of the vendor, and subsequently assist Veggie Master in its expansion into Nottingham.

“As experts in commercial property, achieving our clients’ goals of selling their properties is our bread and butter. From the initial instruction by the vendor, to arranging  viewings, and completing the deal, we offered a comprehensive service that met our clients goals and secured an exciting buyer.”

Veggie Master is a takeaway and restaurant service that originated in Derby and is now aiming for outward expansion into neighboring cities.

Balwinder Singh from Veggie Master said: “After finding the property on the Innes England website, which was very easy to navigate through, we immediately contacted Ross to conduct a viewing. Throughout the whole process, Ross has fully supported us in our buying process in a professional manner.

“We will definitely endeavor to do more business with Innes England, and Ross specially for any of our purchases or disposals in the future.”

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