Liquidation sees transport yard come to the market
One of the few purpose-built transport yards in the Black Country has been brought to the market following the liquidation of a transport business earlier this year.
The 20,900 sq ft warehouse on a site of approximately 4.5 acres is at Coombs Wharf, Chancel Way, Halesowen, just three miles from Junction 3 of the M5 and access the national motorway network.
Ed Siddall-Jones, managing director of Siddall Jones, said: “This is the first time this property has come to market as it was originally run by Adam Jones Transport until they sold the business a few years ago.
“The acquiring company subsequently went into liquidation earlier this year, and we are now able to bring this purpose-built transport yard, one of only a few in the region, to the market.”
Siddall-Jones added: “The property has office accommodation arranged over two floors to the front of the building but also has a single block of offices at the rear of the site, providing possible sub-division.
“The building has recently undergone a refurbishment and the site has been levelled.”
Siddall Jones is seeking an annual rental of £295,000 exclusive on a new lease with length to be agreed.
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