Land at Stonebridge Business Park
The subject property is located within Stonebridge Business Park which benefits from an excellent prominent position onto the East Lancashire Road (A580).
The unit is well placed approximately one mile from Junction 4 of the M57 Motorway and approximately six miles from both Liverpool City Centre and the Port of Liverpool.
The subject property comprises of two principle development sites (Lot 1 & Lot 2) and are offered together with two smaller lots, including former GEC Building (Lot 4) which may be of interests to investors, developers or owner occupiers.
An overage agreement remains in place across the site which is due to expire March 2024.
Electric Avenue & Sugarbrook Drive are unadopted Roads.
We have limited site information and do not have detailed site investigation reports or topographical surveys.
Lot 3 and Lot 4 are split by the River Alt.
Lot 1 - 1.74 acres / 0.70 hectares : Lot 2 - 4.64 acres / 1.88 hectares : Lot 3 - 1.48 acres / 0.60 hectares : Lot 4 - 1.03 acres / 0.42 hectares :
The assets will be disposed of by way of a long leasehold interest on terms to be agreed.
Following a period of open marketing, we are seeking to dispose of the assets by way of an 'expressions of interest' informal tender.
We will invite ‘bids’ with an anticipated closing date of 12 noon on Friday 24 November 2023.
Offers can be on a conditional or unconditional basis and we will assess each bid on their individual merits.
Lots can be taken collectively or individually on a lot by lot by basis.
As part of any transaction, it is expected that any purchaser will cover Liverpool City Council legal and surveyors costs.
Interested parties are to rely upon their own enquiries as to any business rate liabilities of the subject lot or lots.
Interested parties are to rely upon their own enquiries as to the current planning use or potential for redevelopment of the the subject lot or lots.
Interested parties are requested to contact the sole selling agents, LM6:
T: 0151 541 2447
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The information provided in this brochure has been provided in good faith and is considered to be correct at the time of publication (November 2023). Liverpool City Council (‘LCC’) has taken all reasonable precautions and has exercised all reasonable due diligence to ensure its accuracy. However, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed and must not be relied upon. All measurements, areas and boundaries are approximate and given for illustrative purposes only. Prospective purchasers must assure themselves, through their own investigations, that the information contained in these particulars is accurate and if there is any doubt to clarify it with LCC first. LCC, its agents and employees cannot be held responsible if the information in this brochure is subsequently relied upon by prospective purchasers who suffer loss as a result.