INNES England has been instructed to market commercial property at one of Nottingham’s key regeneration sites, offering purchasers relocation and investment opportunities at a prominent city location.
Acting on behalf of ISIS Waterside Regeneration, the property agent has been instructed to market the in excess of 100,000 sq ft of commercial property in the city’s Waterside regeneration zone.
The properties range from tenanted to vacant units available as a whole or individually offering a unique opportunity for a developer or owner-occupier in the market.
Given its close proximity to the city centre and its attractive waterside setting, the area is identified in the Nottingham Local Plan Review Policy as a significant
Scott Osborne, associate director at Innes England, is acting on behalf of ISIS. He said: “This is a rare opportunity for local companies and investors to acquire a strategic land opportunity in the heart of Nottingham city.
“This, coupled with the recent announcement that planning at an adjacent site has been given the green light by Nottingham City Council, will provide certainty and opportunity of this area for the future. I am sure that these sites will be highly attractive within the market and I expect a swift disposal.”
ISIS Waterside Regeneration specialises in developing urban waterfronts and works with public and private partnerships.
Mike Finkill of ISIS said: “Nottingham's aspiration is to realise development opportunities around the River Trent; one of the city's greatest assets. The area offers an exclusive opportunity to exploit the river frontage and offers an attractive environment for investment.”
For further information or to discuss possibilities please liaise directly with Scott Osborne, sole marketing agent at Innes England, on 0115 924 3243.