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GARVENPLACE WARRINGTON TOWN CENTRE WA1 1SG FOR SALE - FREEHOLD EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED SIGNIFICANT TOWN CENTRE DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR A RESIDENTIAL LED / MIXED USE SCHEME 1.38 ACRE (0.56 HA) SITE APPROX

INCLUDING ATTRACTIVE HERITAGE GRADE 2 LISTED BUILDINGS BANK HOUSE (88) AND 86 SANKEY STREET SUITABLE FOR A HIGH QUALITY, MIXED USE OR RESIDENTIAL SCHEME (SUBJECT TO PLANNING PERMISSION) ADJACENT TO TOWN HALL

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GARVENPLACE WARRINGTON TOWN CENTRE WA1 1SG

FOR SALE - FREEHOLD EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED

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Suitable for a quality, mixed use or residential scheme appropriate to the setting of the Town Hall and adjacent grounds the council is seeking expressions of interest for the site on a conditional or unconditional basis.

SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR A RESIDENTIAL LED SCHEME 1.38 ACRE (0.56 HA) SITE APPROX

The Bank Park area covers not only the open space itself, but also the built up areas immediately adjoining the Park. The Council has over the last two years been remodelling and updating Bank Park – making it into one of Warrington’s premier outdoor event venues, as part of this continues renaissance the site will be redeveloped and the axial route from the Legh Street entrance of Golden Square to the Town Hall / Bank Park will also be retained and enhanced. An illustrative Masterplan shows our vision and demonstrates the sites potential and is available to potential developers as part of the sale process.

OPPORTUNITY LOCATION AERIAL THE SITE PLANNING FURTHER INFORMATION

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Warrington Borough Council is the freehold owner of the site which comprises approximately 1.38 acres (0.56 ha) and which, following the redevelopment of the Legh Street Baths site into the Bath Street Health & Wellbeing Centre, is now available for redevelopment and forms part of our plans to continue the renaissance of the town centre.

“BE PART OF THE TOWN CENTRE RENAISSANCE”

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“WARRINGTON” RANKS AS THE BEST PERFORMING CITY IN THE NORTH WEST REGION RANKS AS SECOND BEST CITY IN THE UK IN TERMS OF QUALITY OF LIFE AND WAS INCLUDED IN THE SUNDAY TIMES ‘101 BEST PLACES TO LIVE’

RANKS AS NUMBER ONE OUT OF 64 CITIES FOR THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYMENT PER POPULATION WITH 79.8% OF ITS POPULATION IN EMPLOYMENT IS ONE OF ONLY 14 CITIES IN THE UK DEFINED AS ‘HIGH WAGE AND LOW WELFARE’ AND, INDEED, WARRINGTON WAS THE ONLY CITY IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND TO GAIN THIS ACCOLADE

Aiming to unleash the potential of Warrington’s people, its businesses, its connectivity, and its place, to accelerate economic growth and reinforce Warrington as a strong national driver of prosperity. This vision is already well advanced and includes, for example, Time Square opening Spring 2020 a major new £130 million new town centre leisure scheme.


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GARVENPLACE WARRINGTON TOWN CENTRE WA1 1SG

FOR SALE - FREEHOLD EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR A RESIDENTIAL LED SCHEME 1.38 ACRE (0.56 HA) SITE APPROX OPPORTUNITY LOCATION AERIAL

DESCRIPTION The Garven Place site comprises the former clinic site and the adjoining public car park together with the listed buildings, Bank House (No 88) and No 86 fronting Sankey Street. Both 86 and 88 Sankey Street are Grade 2 Listed Buildings. Full details are available on the English heritage site references 1310074 (No.86) and 1139404 (No.88).

ACCOMMODATION The former office buildings on site comprise the following approximate areas: No 88 Sankey Street Floor

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No 86 Sankey Street

Site area approximately 1.38 acres (0.56 ha).

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GARVENPLACE WARRINGTON TOWN CENTRE WA1 1SG

FOR SALE - FREEHOLD EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST INVITED SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR A RESIDENTIAL LED SCHEME 1.38 ACRE (0.56 HA) SITE APPROX OPPORTUNITY LOCATION AERIAL

METHOD OF SALE

VIEWINGS

The Council seeks expressions of interest by 31st March 2019 on a conditional or unconditional basis. Forms are available from propertyservices@warrington.gov.uk which set out the criteria upon which expressions of interest will be assessed.

The site can be viewed externally from the site boundary. Viewings on-site are strictly by prior appointment. It is intended that there will be dedicated open days, further details of which can be provided.

TENURE

VAT

For sale Freehold.

The Council has not opted to waive exemption for VAT on the property and therefore VAT will not be payable on the purchase.

CONTACT Helen Kilgannon or Nigel Poole E: propertyservices@warrington.gov.uk T: 01925 443952

Misrepresentation Act 1967. Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 The Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. These particulars are issued without any responsibility on the part of the agent and are not to be construed as containing any representation or fact upon which any person is entitled to rely. Neither the agent nor any person in their employ has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. February 2019. RB&Co 0161 833 0555. www.richardbarber.co.uk

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