2.198 Ha (5.431 Acres)
Close proximity to Kilmarnock Town Centre
Excellent Transport links to A77/M77
May let in part
Kilmarnock is centrally positioned within Ayrshire and lies approximately 17 miles south west of Glasgow. The new M77 motorway has strengthened the town's road connections with Glasgow City Centre and the Glasgow Southern Orbital linking to the M74 in Lanarkshire now reachable by car within 20 minutes.
The site is generally level with a mix of tarmac and hard-standing surfacing, Formerly an abattoir, the site still retains a full prevention control licence (IPPC), with gas, water and electricity connections on site.
All of the former buildings have now been demolished, apart from one open sided building with concrete floor of approximately 5,500 sq ft.
The site is offered for sale with Offers Invited. Consideration will also be given to leasing enquiries.
The site is identified within the East Ayrshire Local Plan as 364M and together with the land to the north (162M) has been identified as a Miscellaneous Opportunity site for business/industry, storage/distribution, hotel, garden centre and sale of motor vehicles. Viewing is strictly by prior appointment. Further details are available from Ballantynes
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