1 Acre site located off Centre Park Square, close to its junction with Slutchers Lane & Warrington Bank Quay Station.
Warrington is strategically positioned midway between Liverpool and Manchester with excellent transport links. The town offers outstanding road communications to junctions 8, 9 and 10 of the M62, junctions 9, 10, 11 of the M56 and junctions 20 or 21 of the M6. The property is within 30 minutes’ drive of Manchester International Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport which together provide an extensive range of domestic, European and worldwide flights . Warrington has an urban population of approximately 202,200 (2011 Census) people and approx. 1.3 million people within 20 kilometres (12 miles) of the town centre. The area has access to a resident population of over 3 million people within a 30 minute drive time and imports more workers each day than it exports to the wider region. Warrington is a high wage low welfare area with an employment rate of between 72.1% - 75% (Centre for Cities 2018). Warrington boasts two train stations, Warrington Central and Warrington Bank Quay, providing trains to London (1hr 50mins), Edinburgh (2hr 56mins), Birmingham (1hr 26mins) and various Manchester stations (22-41 mins) along with Chester (28 mins), Stockport (34 mins), Liverpool (29-46 mins), Sheffield (1hr 16 mins) and Leeds (1hr 24 mins). Warrington has been a recognised office location since the late 1980s. Warrington Centre Park is an established business park located on the southern fringe of Warrington town centre. It provides a variety of modern office buildings set within an attractive landscaped environment. Encouragingly, the park has seen recent purpose build developments, such as the 45,000 sq ft Phase 4 of the Mandarin Court scheme, which completed in 2013 having been pre-let to hearing aid manufacturer Phonak. Other notable occupiers at Centre Park include: USDAW, Countryside, Balfour Beatty, AB Siex, Braemac, Baker Tilly and Handlesbanken. Leisure amenities at Warrington Centre Park include a DeVere Village Hotel & Leisure Club with Starbucks, Travel Inn and The Waterside Beefeater Public
House, Restaurant. A regular shuttle bus service connects Warrington Centre Park with Warrington Town Centre, Warrington Bus interchange and both Warrington rail stations is free for employees on the park. Access to Centre Park is set to be further improved by the construction of a second bridge over the River Mersey connecting the park to Chester Road - the council has recently awarded the construction contract and approved the funding package. The Centre Park link road has been labelled the ‘firsts step’ to facilitate the large scale Warrington Waterfront mixed use development plans for the area south of the town centre.