North East Linconshire Council has a number of assets that are currently in line for repurposing. Opportunities are available for developers for each of these properties. Should you be interested in any specific properties, contact us.
- Located within a landmark building on an important gateway into the town centre with high footfall.
- 442.14 sq m (4,757 sq ft), but capable of subdivision to provide smaller areas, if required.
- Wilkin Chapman LLP solicitors occupy the upper floors employing over 200 people.
- Completed to a shell specification ready to receive tenant’s fit out.
- Available upon new lease terms.
- On site car parking for negotiation.
Proposals for additional car parking space are currently in the planning system.
Victoria Mill Silo is a landmark Grade II listed building within a conservation area, on the eastern side of Alexandra Dock. To date the Council has invested over £2.2m in ensuring that the building is structurally sound, wind and watertight.
The building has potential for a mix of commercial leisure and cultural uses, including a hotel, restaurant, climbing wall and museum/gallery space.
The offer within the refurbished Victoria Mill Silo building will complement the class leading HE presence proposed for Greater Grimsby, bringing alive the waterfront.
The building, which was built in 1907 incorporating the late 19th century Congregational Mission Church and Sunday School, most recently housed the museum collection and store, but has not been in use for some time.
The building features several outstanding architectural features, including gothic revival arched doors, pointed traceried windows, an octagonal brick bellcote and a three-stage tower with full-height clasped-buttresses.
The sale of the site could open it up to renovation with the help of funding from public and private sector organisations.
Development opportunity available. Former Victorian school, Grade II listed building, adjacent to a number of additional Grade II listed buildings. The site is within the Holme Hill conservation area. The clock tower has recently undergone a refurbishment programme.
Development opportunity within the Wellow conservation area. Formerly a large 3-bay villa style house used as a care home. Red brick with ashlar dressings. Prominent square section porch and bay windows on the front elevation.
The former West Marsh Social Club on Corporation Road in Grimsby is a locally listed heritage asset. This is an opportunity for a residential conversion.
Garth Lane is located in the centre of Grimsby. This council owned site offers an opportunity for waterside properties and / or high density residential uses.