The building benefits from35.5m & 30m deep service yards 11 dock loading doors, 2 double height level loading doors 12m minimum eaves height 25 HGC spacces and 123 car parking spaces Sprinklers, lighting and heating internally Prominent to M6 motorway
Churnet Park is located on the former Churnet Works site on the outskirts of Leek Town Centre. The site is accessed directly off the Macclesfield Road (A523) approximately 0.5 mile to the west of the town centre. Adjacent to the business park is a Sainsbury’s supermarket and Marstons restaurant with a mixture of industrial and retail uses in the wider surrounding area. The A523 provides links to Macclesfield (17 miles to the North), Stoke on Trent (10 miles to the south) and Congleton (11 miles to the west).
The estate was constructed in 2012 and is located adjacent a large Sainsburys store and attracts a mixed tenancy of retail, trade, leisure and general business use.Ideal for retail, trade, leisure and general business use (Subject to planning) Units available 3A - 397 sq.ft, 2C - 713 sq.ft,1B - 8,911 sq.ft, 3D - 701 sq.ft and 4G - 11,848 sq.ft Steel portal framed units Typically each unit benefits from toilet facilities, florescent lighting and glazed entrance doors and mixture of loading doors. Loading access via shared loading yards Ample communal car parking Park is adjacent large Sainsburys store Estate was constructed in 2012
Established district shopping centre with customer car parking and onsite Green King Pub and Aldi, close to the popular Trentham Gardens leisure destination. The area is undergoing significant investment in residential dwellings with an additional 300 homes planned.New retail units circa 950 – 5,000 sq.ft (88 – 465 sq.m) Potential A1, A2, A3 or A5 Use Ground floor units with full height glazing Onsite shopper car parking Prominent roadside location off A5035 close to major residential development providing in excess of 300 additional dwellings
Warehouse 102,936 sq ft Steel portal frame construction 2 Storey office, 5,575 sq ft 25 trailer spaces (4 spaces within area of potential fuel island & vehicle wash) 2 Level Access Doors 12 Dock Levellers 135 car parking spaces (7 accessible/7 car share/2 car charging points) Eaves height 11m Yard depth - 35m, Two yards
Chatterley Valley benefits from a current live rail siding which connects directly to the West Coast Mainline. This siding is in good condition and requires only minimal reinstatement works to bring to operational standard. Crucially, the site also benefits from having outline planning permission for 860,000 sq. ft of B2/B8 employment space. It has also recently been granted Enterprise Zone status from the Government as part of Staffordshire’s ‘Ceramic Valley’, meaning any future occupier can benefit from Business Rate Relief and enjoys the full backing of the Stoke & Staffordshire LEP. The 106 acre site is part owned by Harworth with the remainder under option from the adjacent landowner.