Former site known as Ballymena Construction Company, Queen Street/Montague Avenue, Ballymena
A strategic site extending to c. 12.5 acres positioned adjacent to the town centre and located on the southern periphery within close proximity to the A26 linking main province wide destinations.
Known as Ballymena Construction Company, the premises was formerly run as a concrete works and encompasses extensive warehousing and concrete hardstanding.
Contained within the Ballymena Area Plan 1986 – 2001, the entire site is white land and may be suitable for the continuation of existing B3 General Industrial use, or potentially a range of
alternative uses such as call centre provision, Storage & Distribution or mixed use, incorporating residential and employment generation including hotel, recreation, builders merchants or motor vehicle based uses (Subject to Statutory Consents).
Rarely does a site of this extent come to the local open market.
Ballymena with an estimated population of 66,861 (NISRA 30th June 2018) is located to the east of the province and occupies a prominent position approximately 27 miles from Belfast, 21 miles from the port of Larne and 14 miles from Belfast International Airport.
The site is situated on the southern periphery of Ballymena town centre with direct and convenient access to the A26 linking it to province wide destinations.
Background & Description
Known as Ballymena Construction Company, the premises formerly operated as a concrete works and contains a range of significant warehousing and concrete hardstanding.
The site benefits from extensive frontage to Queen Street with existing access points. A further access is located on Montague avenue which is situated off the Toome Road and would have served as the main daily entrance and exit point.
A summary is provided of the prominent buildings occupying the site (approximate measurements for information purposes only), the buildings flank either side of a main access road with a number being linked with open access and also subdivided internally:
Easterly aspect buildings;
UNIT 1 48.83m x 16.79m 819.85 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 2 48.83m x 20.18m 958.38 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 3 48.83m x 19.95m 632.34 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 4 48.83m x 11.73m 573.02 sqm lean to roof
UNIT 5 48.83 x 19.15 886.26 sqm pitched roof
Westerly aspect buildings;
UNIT 6 45.04m x 21.26m 957.55 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 7 45.04m x 21.25m 957.10 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 8 40.2m x 9.3m 373.86 sqm lean to roof
UNIT 9 25.35m x 11.76m 298.11 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 10 30.40m x 11.76m 417.08 sqm pitched roof
UNIT 11 11.79m x 6.8m 80.17 sqm pitched roof (lower pitch)
Approximate dimensions to the remaining buildings have not been provided due to condition or limited access.
WYG, Belfast has been retained to carry out an appraisal of the site covering potential planning use, flooding and contamination. Carey Consulting, Coleraine has been retained to carry out an appraisal of potential access, further information can be obtained upon request through Lynn & Brewster.
Viewing by appointment
For Further Details Contact—Charlie Lynn
Lynn & Brewster Ltd
077 7195 8262
All maps, layouts, elevations and outlined photographs are for identification purposes only and may not be exact