Closing Date: Wednesday 27th March 2019 at 12 Noon
7 Strothers Lane Site Area - 1.02 acres or thereby
Railway Terrace Sites Area - 0.57 acres or thereby
Price on application
Reports available to seriously interested parties
The property and site being marketed offer a prime, rarely available development opportunity in the city centre of Inverness. Inverness is the Capital city of the Highlands of Scotland. It is the main administrative and commercial centre for the wider area. The city has a population of 61,235 people (2011 Census), although this has grown over recent years. The city benefits from excellent road links with the A82, A9 and A96 trunk roads providing easy access north towards Wick and Thurso, west to Fort William, east towards Aberdeen and south towards Perth. There is a regional airport approximately 7 miles to the east of the city at Dalcross, providing a range of internal flights within the UK and an international link to Amsterdam. 7 Strothers Lane, Inverness The subject property offers a prominent corner position on Strothers Lane and Railway Terrace. Inverness Bus Station and Railway station are located nearby. Strothers Lane is an important through route from the bus station onto Academy Street and into the city centre. The property sits immediately adjacent to Inverness Library which is a building of local significance. The property currently extends to 27,685 sq.ft and sits on a total site area of 1.02 acres or thereabouts. Railway Terrace Site, Inverness The site is situated on the North eastern edge of Railway Terrace and is bounded to the north by a railway line. The site is bound to the North West by Longman Road (A82) which is one of the main thoroughfares through Inverness. Longman Road (A82) connects Inverness to the main trunk road network. The site extends to a total area of 0.57 acres or thereabouts.