ST JAMES’ PARK, LOUTH
Taylor Lindsey owns three plots of development land on the Fairfield Industrial Estate including the last remaining A16 trunk road frontage plot. The three separate sites range from 0.9 acres (0.4 Ha) and a total of approximately 5.5 acres (2.2 hectares) is available.
Major occupiers on the Fairfield Industrial Estate include John Deere, Luxus, Couplands Caravans, Moncaster Wire, Fenland, Jewson and Honda Racing.
The estate occupies a strategic location on the northern side of Louth with direct access onto the A16 Trunk Road. It is located approximately one mile from the town centre and, being 13 miles south east of Grimsby, gives good access to the Humber ports and the M180 which connects to the central motorway network.
The three separate sites total approximately 5.5acres (2.2 hectares).
Design and Build opportunities are available, tailored to meet the requirements of a specific occupier. Buildings would typically be a minimum of 5,000 sq ft / 500 sq m. Potential uses include industrial, warehousing, trade counter and showroom.
The Meridian Centre on Belvoir Way was constructed and is owned by Taylor Lindsey Ltd. Units of 2,500 or 5,000 sq ft (235 or 470 sq m) are available from time to time.
All mains services are available. Tattershall Way and Belvoir Way are adopted and therefore maintainable at public expense.
Buildings are constructed on a ‘design and build’ basis to suit individual occupiers’ requirements and offered to let. A minimum ten-year lease term is normally required. Lettings of compounds on a shorter terms basis will also be considered.
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