Nelsons Yard, South Denes Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3PR
Hilco Global Real Estate Advisory are pleased to bring to market a former Trade/ Cash and Carry Warehouse in Great Yarmouth on behalf of the Joint Administrators of Tanner Brodin Ltd
The property is located on the western side of South Denes Road, at the corner of Salmon Road, and within the industrially focused River Port area of Great Yarmouth. The main road connection is the A47 which connects Gt Yarmouth to Norwich, Kings Lynn and the Midlands via the A47, as well as the A11, which in turn gives regional access to the A14 and M11. Great Yarmouth is a town of circa 100,000 population. The town is known for its River Port and deep-water port which has been a focus for oil and gas decommissioning and the construction, resupply and servicing of off-shore solar wind farms in the southern north sea. Other sectors with strong representation within the town are tourism, hospitality and leisure. The town benefits from a Railway Station, and its branch line to Norwich from where services to London take between 1hr 45 mins – 2 hrs. Norwich Airport is approximately 35 miles away to the east via the A47 and A1270. The town has received significant infrastructure investment over recent years with the construction of the nearby ‘Third River Crossing’, nearing completion which improves road connectivity to and from the site, and the Environment Agency’s flood defence works around the river harbour area, safeguarding low level port areas against flood risks up to the level of current projected 200 year flood events.
The property comprises a warehouse premises with ancillary offices over two storeys within a self-contained site with concrete yard secured by palisade fencing. There are two vehicle access points from South Denes Road and one from Salmon Road, each secured by steel grille gates. The property is of brick faced masonry to lower elevation with profile steel sheet upper elevations under a dual pitched roof clad with profile laminate steel sheet panels supported by a steel frame. Fenestration to the offices, including the pedestrian door to the reception hallway is of UPVC double glazing. The main roller shutter loading area benefits from a covered loading area of laminate profile steel sheet on three sides and roof. Internally the accommodation is based around the warehouse / production area with painted concrete floor. The interior benefits from an internal sheet lining positioned behind the sub frame to ceilings and elevations. Ancillary accommodation provided includes offices over two floors with WCs and kitchens. Undecorated first floor areas suitable for light storage or conversion to offices, ground floor butchery/meat unit, payment office and drink store (from its historic use supplying the catering trade), un/loading bay and a minority area containing walk in chillers units. Office accommodation has carpeted and laminate floors, painted walls, reflecting light panel set within the suspended ceiling, and perimeter trunking. Externally there is a concrete yard, with designated parking and a further wholesale customer entrance accessed via a covered ramp. The position of the building in the north-east corner of the site maximises external space utility. There is also a gate house, in overall derelict condition, which the vendors understand to be a legacy building from a previous use of the site. This structure offers potential for refurbishment.
The current EPC is valid until 20 September 2030 – EPC Rating C
It is intended that the property will be sold by way of private treaty.
The vendors are not bound to accept the highest, or indeed any offer received.