St Helens is a strategically located and popular North West town situated 20 miles (32km) west of Manchester and 15 miles (24 km) east of Liverpool. The town benefits from excellent road communications with access from the north via the A580 East Lancashire Road and junction 7 of the M62 to the south. The site is situated on Waterside, on the north easterly edge of St Helens Town Centre. It is situated a short distance from Parr Street (A58) and within a ¼ mile (0.8km)
from St Helens Central Train Station.
The site comprises a town centre College Campus and occupies a prominent site on Waterside. The site comprises a range of modern, single and multi storey buildings, constructed in the 1990s used as an existing College Campus. In addition, further areas provide extensive car parking, landscaping and a market garden training area. Existing buildings extend to a gross internal area of 114,005 sq ft (10,596 sq m).
Site area: 10 acres (4.04 hectares).
The site is held Freehold.
The site is suitable for residential and mixed-use development subject to planning. Further details are available in the Planning and Development Brief, located within the Data Room information.
Further detailed information including site plans, planning/development brief and title deeds are available on the Data Room at: www.sthelensdevelopmentopportunities.co.uk
Offers are invited for the site on a subject to planning basis by 5pm on 27th January 2023. The site will be sold subject to a sale and lease back by St Helens College for a period up to five years. Details on application.
All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.
The site can be viewed externally, however internal viewing days will be available on the 10th and 13th January 2023.
Chris Hennessy BSc, MRICS
DD: 0151 347 8840
M: 07435 986 377
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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own research into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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