A new proposed mixed-use development is on offer at the heart of Port Glasgow town centre and with direct access to the A8/M8, subject to Inverclyde Council Planning Approval.
The proposed plans provide provision for c.4,700 sq ft of drive-thru/retail/trade counter space located within the site, with associated parking and loading provision to support the end-users.
Port Glasgow has benefitted from a vast amount of investment in recent years with the Gallagher Retail Park set adjacent and is fast becoming one of West Central Scotland’s popular shopping locations.
The site, which extends to 0.31 hectares (0.77 acres), is suitable for development with potential uses including new retail, drive-thru, charge station, car wash, trade counter and vehicle sales/rental all subject to obtaining the necessary consent.
Planning enquiries should be directed to Inverclyde Council Planning Department on 01475 717171.
A VIBRANT LOCATION
Port Glasgow’s population is approximately 16,617 and has undergone a regenerative transformation over the past decade to become a vibrant town on the banks of the River Clyde, within the authority of Inverclyde Council.
With a rich heritage within the shipbuilding industry, the town continues to build ships at the nearby Ferguson Shipyard, nationalised by the Scottish Government in 2019.
The town is reaping the benefits of having a large retail park constructed next to this site by Ediston, with tenants including Tesco, M&S, Next, B&Q, B&M, Aldi and McDonald’s.
The subjects are accessed off the M8/A8 which is located adjacent to the north of the property, which is located approximately 17 miles to the northwest of Glasgow City Centre.
Port Glasgow benefits from excellent road and rail links and is accessed via junction 31 of the M8 motorway with direct links to Paisley and Largs via the A8 and A78.
Available upon request.
Offers are invited for the purchase of our client's freehold in the land, with an asking price of £585,000 exclusive of VAT (if applicable).
Parties should register their interest in writing to Bowman Rebecchi.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred during the transaction with the purchaser being responsible for payment of Land and Building Transaction Tax
For further information concerning the opportunity, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.