Asset Type: Industrial
Irlam Wharf Road, Irlam, Manchester, M44 5PN
Northern Commercial Limited
Manchester is the commercial and administrative capital of the North West, providing a thriving and popular retail and commercial centre, which has seen much positive regeneration over recent years. The City has excellent road communications, including one of the most comprehensive motorway networks in the country, with the M60 Manchester Orbital motorway Providing links to the regional and wider national motorway network. Manchester International Airport lies just 5 miles to the south of the city centre and rail services to London Euston are available in approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes. The city benefits from a light rail system known as the Metrolink which serves Altrincham Town Centre and Manchester Airport to the South and Bury and Rochdale to the North with links through the city centre to Piccadilly. The Metrolink also provides access to Eccles and Salford Quays. The new route for the proposed second city crossing runs along Cross Street towards St Peters Square, where the nearest tram stop is.
Irlam is a town located in the Metropolitan Borough of Salford approximately 14 km (9 miles) west of Manchester city centre, 18 km (11 miles) north of Altrincham and 14 km (9 miles) east of Warrington. The town is serviced by a mainline railway providing direct access to Manchester Piccadilly and the A57 provides access to Manchester city centre to the northeast and Junction 21 of the M6 motorway is to the west.
The Property is positioned to the southern end of the established Northbank Industrial Estate with a mix of commercial and residential uses surrounding the estate.
The Property is situated on Irlam Wharf Road close to Manchester Road (A57) and Liverpool Road (B5320). Liverpool Road provides access to Junction 11 of the M60 motorway and Manchester city centre to the north east and Manchester Road (A57) to the south which in turn provides access to Junction 21 of the M60 motorway to the west.
Occupiers in the immediate vicinity tend to be of an industrial or commercial nature with Biffa Waste transfer being located next door. Irlam town centre with its local amenities lies less than 1.6km (1 mile) to the north along Liverpool Road.
The subject property comprises a detached, purpose built vehicle maintenance facility, constructed on a steel portal frame and arranged over a single bay. The unit is clad profile steel sheeting, above a block work base and is contained under a pitched profile-sheeted roof incorporating translucent roof panels to a ratio of approximately 20%.
Internally, the building extends to a concrete slab floor incorporating a single testing pit and the main section of the workshop area extends to an unrestricted eave height of approximately 5.40 metres. The building is served by 5 loading doors on each of the main elevations, facilitating a ‘one way’ vehicle maintenance system in addition to which there is a single roller shutter service door situated to the northern elevation and servicing the storeroom. The property is fitted to a reasonable specification to include high-density sodium and spot lighting and ceiling mounted, gas powered heating rollers. There is a two storey ancillary accommodation section to the south eastern elevation providing reception and storeroom provisions, in addition to a couple of private offices on the ground floor and a combination of open plan, private office and boardroom facilities on the first floor. There is a small mezzanine area to the northeastern elevation providing an additional store area.
There is a detached lorry wash facility to the rear of the main workshop area constructed in traditional steel sheeting.