1,210,968 Sq Ft

Bandeath Industrial Estate

Throsk

£1,000,000

•27.8 acres of flat agricultural land above the flood plain of the river forth
•Current planning permission to erect 77,000sqm venlo Glass
•Available for immediate start of construction, subject to completion of legals

LocationThe proposed glasshouse site lies to the immediate north of Bandeath Industrial Estate. Bandeath Industrial Estate lies to the immediate north of Throsk. Throsk lies to the east of the village of Fallin and the town of Stirling. The A905 trunk road travels into the centre of Stirling where it joins the A872, this then gives access to the M9 motorway at Junction 9 which lies to the south of Stirling town. From there, there is good road links to Glasgow via the M80 and M8 motorway when travelling west and to the east, there is also easy access to Edinburgh via the M9. To the south of Glasgow the M74 travels in a southerly direction, joining the M6 at Carlisle, the junction being 44 located just north of Carlisle. From there, there is relatively easy access to Great Britain.

Travelling north from Stirling, one can take the A9 towards Perth and then on upwards into the Highlands. If travelling in a westerly direction one can leave the M9 motorway at Junction 9 taking the A84 towards Callander and Lochearnhead before travelling in a north westerly direction to the Highlands.

Bandeath Industrial Estate, Throsk benefits from being in a central location where HGV vehicle access is considered to be relatively good for securing access to the motorway network for travelling both north and south of the country.

Throsk is a small village lying on the A905 road east of Fallin close to the River Forth. The nearest large city is Stirling, which lies 26 miles north-east of Glasgow and 37 miles north-west of Edinburgh (the Scottish capital). Stirling Castle is visible from the site. Stirling is also famous for the Bannockburn battle site which today has become a popular tourist attraction. Stirling had a population of 48,440 in 2012. Stirling was always known as a market town and the town is large enough to hold a university which is well regarded. Stirling has all the usual urban amenities one would expect to find in a city of this size.

There is a rail connection at Stirling providing intercity rail services to both Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Waverley, Inverness, Glasgow, Queen Street and London Kings Cross. The nearest international airports are located at Glasgow and Edinburgh.

TermsThe proposed glasshouse site located at Bandeath Industrial Estate, Throsk, Stirling, Scotland FK7 7NP is offered on a freehold For Sale basis.

AccommodationThe proposed glasshouse site extends to approximately 27.8 acres. The planning permission extends to construction of modern Venlo glasshouses extending to 77,000 m².

ServicesThe agents believe that mains water, gas and electricity will be available to the project by negotiation. The glasshouse site forms part of a much larger development which includes an energy centre, river source heat pump equipment, potential solar field with hydrogen storage.

Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiry. Also please liaise with the selling agent where we can organise a meeting with the vendor to discuss provision of energy supplies for the project.

Foul water drainage should be available to mains drains via a pumping station which will need to be constructed.

Legal CostsEach party will be responsible for their own legal costs associated with the sale contract.

VATWe understand the property is not elected for VAT.

ViewingIn this first instance please contact the commercial team: 01386 765700 The agent will be able to organise a meeting with the vendor on site at Throsk. We will then be able to show the extent of the boundaries for the proposed glasshouse site

Important NotesThe proposed glasshouse site has planning approval for the construction and erection of glasshouses, ancillary buildings and construction of a rainwater reservoir, access roads, hard standing and parking.

Planning application number: 19/01002/FUL
Date of Planning Decision: 2nd June 2021
Local Planning Authority: Stirling Council Planning, Teith House, Kerse Road, Stirling FK7 7QA
Telephone number: 01786 233660

A copy of the planning permission is available from the selling agent.

We are required by HMRC to conduct anti-money laundering checks on all parties with an interest in the property and accordingly we will require forms of identification in due course. Particulars: These Particulars do not constitute an offer or contract and should not be relied upon as being factually accurate, the photographs show only part of the property and the areas, measurements and distances given are approximately only. A buyer or a lessee must make their own enquiries or inspections and should not solely rely on these Particulars or other statements by Sheldon Bosley Knight.