Planning permission (22/0476/PP) has been successfully gained from Renfrewshire Council to develop this agricultural storage building at Craigton Farm in Bishopton into a general industrial unit, with alterations including a roller shutter, internal office, tea prep area and external parking area.
Craigton farm is surrounded by agricultural land, with the M8 approximately 40m to the east. The farm comprises the main farmhouse and a number of ancillary barns and outbuildings arranged around a central yard area and a Y-shaped network of roads.
The building is located on the northeastern edge of the farm and comprises a single-storey building with a dual-pitched roof and linear footprint. The building is constructed from brick with corrugated sheet metal to the roof. The exterior walls are painted white.
Following the successful Planning Application, the main external alteration associated with the development comprises the installation of a roller shutter door to the northeast gable elevation.
The other existing window and door openings on the northwest and southwest elevations will be reinstated. The grass area around the building will be formalised to include parking and manoeuvring space for vehicles.
Proposed works are ready to begin, with our client keen to secure a long-term tenant to work alongside in order to complete the works with the end user's needs in mind.
With excellent access to the A8/M8 and private land and grounds, this is the perfect property for a growing and established business.