For Sale Residential Led Development Opportunity - Carsebridge Former Distillery, Alloa
Alloa is the main town within Clackmannanshire, located approximately 9 miles to the east of Stirling. The town lies on the north bank of the Firth of Forth with views towards the Ochil Hills.
Area A Circa. 7.57 HA (18.70 acres) Area A is the northern most site of the Carsebridge facility. Extending to circa 7.57 Ha (18.70 Acres) the site is elevated and benefits from views across Alloa. A tree lined (TPO) link road runs through the site and leads north to Carsebridge House, a Category B Listed Building (disused). Current operations on this part of the site include an office facility, car park and cooperge. Area B Circa. 17.45HA (43.11 acres) Extending to circa 17.45 Ha (43.11 Acres), Area B accommodates the main bonded warehouse facility and office accommodation. Area C Circa 5.96 HA (14.72 acres) Area C is the southern most section of the Carsebridge facility. The site is situated between the B909 to the north and the railway line to the south. The site contains a single bonded warehouse.
This prominent, mixed-use, roadside development opportunity is situated at the gateway to Queensferry One, offering up to 16 acres
Queensferry One comprises a new strategic development site, set at the entrance to Fife and just to the north of the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing – two key transport links between Fife and Edinburgh. Sits at Juntion 1b M90.
Local DemographicsLocal population within 10 mile radius – 190,000 (2016) Rosyth population – 13,780 (2016) Total workforce within 1 hour drive – 2.25 million Total workforce within 15km – 234,407 Total workforce within 5km – 46,44
Port Activities100 cruise liners per annum Scotland’s only freight ferry service to Europe 24/7 stevedoring support Handles 100,000 tonnes of bulk cargo a year Final assembly of the two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers
Traffic MovementsM90 two-way daily traffic flow of 64,000 vehicles per day* Buses to Edinburgh depart every 10 minutes. Ferrytoll Park & Ride, Inverkeithing – www.ferrytoll.org – 1,050 car spaces Information on The Forth Bridges – *Department for Transport Traffic Counts 2016 – count point 30851 (AADF)
Petrol Filling Station Motorway Services Drive Thru Restaurant & Coffee Restaurant Hotel Retail & Leisure
Plots of varying sizes are available to purchase, alternatively buildings and be leased on a design & build basis to an occupiers specification. There is a full design team in place to deliver bespoke opportunities.
New, high quality industrial unit, with offices and large secure yard.
THE CORE is located in Bridge of Don,to the north of Aberdeen city centre,overlooking the Royal Aberdeen and Murcar Links golf courses. Accessed from the A90,it is the gateway to the Energetica Corridor (www.energetica.uk.com) and benefits from being adjacent to the new AWPR connection (in 2018). > 4 miles to city centre & harbour > 8 miles to Aberdeen International Airport > 1.5 miles to AWPR > 1 mile to AECC > 1 mile to Holiday Inn > 2 miles to Royal Aberdeen Golf Club > 6 miles to Trump International Golf Links > 250 metres to beach > 5 mins walk to Premier Inn > 5 mins walk to Murcar Links Golf Club
Core 3 was completed in 2016, providing a high performance industrial unit and offices with secure and self-contained yard. The unit benefits from BREEAM "Excellent" and EPC "A" ratings which deliver significant running cost savings for occupiers. The site extends to a total of approximately 2.61 acres (1.06 hectares).
Further information and access to a data room containing detailed technical, planning and legal information can be made available to seriously interested parties.