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Mount Pleasant Business Park, Stokesley

Price: Further details on request.

Address: Mount Pleasant Park
Stokesley Business Park
Stokesley TS9 5NZ

Key Features:

  • Design & Build or Plot Sales
  • B1, B2 and B8 Consent
  • 0.25 – 8 Acres
  • Freehold/Long Leasehold

Description

Mount Pleasant Business Park forms a natural extension to the east side of Stokesley Business Park and Phase I of this new development is now complete, comprising the award winning Head Office and Distribution Centre for Armstrong Richardson & Co Ltd, agricultural merchants.

The remaining available land has outline planning consent for B1, B2 and B8 Uses (Offices; Light Industrial; Manufacturing and Storage), with potential for ancillary trade retail uses, and extends in total to approx 8 acres gross of which some 7.8 acres comprise net developable serviced plots.

The site is to be split to provide a series of smaller plots in a range of sizes from 0.25 acres. Combined plot sales can be arranged subject to availability. The plots are to be sold with a private estate road access to the boundaries and with serviced provided. For plot sizes see the downloadable sheet.

The property is a level block of land which will be serviced by the extension of the new estate road leading in from Ellerbeck Way. The site has established bunding and landscaping treatment along the north, south and eastern boundaries.

Please see the brochure downloadable from the website for details on services, plot sizes and further information.

Situation

Stokesley  Business Park is established as a desirable business location in North Yorkshire, with a market town location and close proximity to the commercial centres of Teesside and Northallerton.

The Park has good access throughout the region via the A174 and A19. Mainline rail travel is available at Darlington and Northallerton, and the Durham Tees Valley Airport is within approx 12 miles.

Terms

Prices on Application

All descriptions, dimensions, areas, reference to condition and other details are given in good faith and believed to be correct but intending purchasers / lessors should satisfy themselves as to the correctness.