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The North West 2020 Annual Survey


Sale Secured on Prime Industrial Facility at Pioneer 210


1 Million sq ft Port Cheshire Multi-Modal Site on Open Market


One of the largest development sites in North West England has gone on the market for industrial occupiers.


Port Cheshire, which sits between the Manchester Ship Canal and junction 7 on the M53, is the only permitted site in the region with the potential for a single 1 million sq ft building.


CBRE’s Capital Markets Team Secures Sale of 210,000 sq ft distribution facility in Ellesmere Port


Goodman has recently completed on the sale of Pioneer 210, Ellesmere Port to the Local Authorities’ Property Fund, a client fund managed by CCLA, for an undisclosed price.


The prime, cross–docked industrial distribution facility comprising 210,000 sq ft was built in 2007 and was recently fully refurbished including a completely new warehouse floor.


Upon expiry and during the refurbishment the unit was almost immediately let to Novar ED&S (part of Honeywell International Inc) on a new 10 year lease.


CBRE acted on behalf of Goodman and B8 Real Estate acted on behalf of CCLA.


For further information please contact:


Rob Woods,CBRE | Tel 0161 233 5668 | E robert.woods@cbre.com Simon Wood | B8 Real Estate | Tel 07793 119210 | E simon@b8re.com


Ventola Projects are the shining light at Cheshire Oaks re-launched Tenpin Entertainment Facility


Leicester-based provider of specialist


electrical LED lighting installations, Ventola Projects, have just completed a major project at the newly re-launched Cheshire Oaks Tenpin bowling centre near Ellesmere Port. Cheshire Oaks has invested more than £1 Million in the recent transformation which includes the latest technology, new attractions and will than 25 new jobs.


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The entire project, completed in just 3 weeks, included the installation of lighting across the bar, restaurant, seating area and ten pin bowling alley. Utilising a variety of products from the VAvR LED range, including Linear Optics, CS16 Downlights, CS4 Downlights and VAvR Pixel Tape, Ventola Projects matched the client’s exact needs with the best-suited system available.


As well as meeting every detail of the original brief, the Ventola solution incorporated low energy products, removed the need for mains power to any of the fixtures and offered easy ‘plug and play’ installation to minimise future maintenance needs.


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Peel Ports bought the site 10 years ago when Bridgewater Paper closed. It decommissioned the paper mill, cleared the site and began preparing it for port-related uses.


A launch event at the site late last yearwas attended by more than forty property agents, underlining the potential of the development. JLL and B8RE are the retained agents advising Peel Ports. The site is suitable for distribution, manufacturing, processing or open storage. Port-related permits are in place allowing for immediate development for specific uses. Peel Ports is open to various options for occupiers, including design and build, plot sales, leasehold or freehold.


As well as a shipping berth the site has a direct rail link and motorway junction access. Significant gas, water, drainage and electric supplies remain from previous use. There is an existing CHP plant on-site.


Other occupiers nearby include Vauxhall, Regatta, Honeywell and Johnson Controls. There is a working population of 1.9million within a 45 minute drive.


The Cheshire Science Corridor


A world-changing cluster of science, engineer- ing and technology driving the most successful economy in the North. The Cheshire Science Corridor is a 40 mile long hotbed of science, technology and engineering stretching from Manchester to Liverpool across the beautiful Cheshire countryside. This cluster of scientific talent is home to world-class innovators who are forging new discoveries that are revolu- tionising industry, energy, health and space.


The Cheshire Science Corridor is home to: ‹


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and industrial space across the Science Cor- ridor, including:


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The Glasshouse, Alderley Park – 150,000 sq ft of co-working office space


Quadrant Phase 2, Birchwood Park – 180,000 sq ft industrial floorspace


Aviator, Hooton Park, Ellesmere Port – 125,000 sq ft industrial floorspace


‹ A new 82,000 sq ft new European HQ for Rhino Products in Ellesmere Port





The UK’s largest and best invested bio- science campus at Alderley Park


Europe’s centre for nuclear engineering consultancies at Birchwood Park


The World’s largest site committed to the development of mass spec- trometry systems


The UK’s fastest industrial supercom- puter at Sci-Tech Daresbury


The UK’s largest chemical engineering cluster in Ellesmere Port


Headquarters of the Square Kilometre Array at Jodrell Bank, the World’s big- gest science experiment


Last year the LEP invested £11.2m in new incubators, co-working space, laboratories


Helix Phase 2, Helix Business Park, Ellesmere Port – 30,000 sq ft indus- trial floorspace


Going forward, the LEP has a £30m invest- ment pipeline that will deliver over 1. 5m sq ft of new commercial floorspace across the Science Corridor over the next 3 years. The Cheshire Science Corridor offers a portfolio of investment opportunities, ranging from affordable development sites to world class laboratories and links together nationally and internationally significant research facili- ties and established science, engineering and technology based businesses.


To find out more get in touch with the Chesh- ire and Warrington LEP about the Cheshire Science Corridor


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2020


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