National property agent to help market 50-acre Imm-Port opportunity
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 23 Feb 2018
WITH a clear strategic appeal, national property consultant Cushman & Wakefield has been instructed to join regional specialist PPH Commercial in the marketing of a 50 acre development site at Immingham.
Known as Imm-Port, and acquired by Associated British Ports last year, it is the greenfield industrial site with enterprise zone status off the eastern entrance to Britain’s biggest port.
It has outline planning for industrial, warehouse and distribution uses, and is being offered on a leasehold basis, although sales may be considered.
Scott Morrison, associate in the Cushman & Wakefield logistics and industrial team, said: “We are delighted to be appointed on Imm-Port.
“The site offers a unique opportunity for an occupier to be within close proximity to one of the deepest water docks in the UK. The site benefits from enterprise zone status for business rates relief and infrastructure upgrades have already been completed.”
As reported, it was acquired from Brocklesby Estates.
David Morriss, head of property for ABP Humber said: “The acquisition of this site further promotes ABP’s desire to continually develop the land around the existing port estate. We strive to support local enterprises and want to work collaboratively to bring new business to our region in order to further our economic development.”
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