We specialise and advise our clients in the aquisition and disposal of property assets throughout Scotland. We provide a personal and proactive service
at all times.
Existing clients include Greggs PLC, Iceland Foods Ltd, Atmore Group, Lloyds Chemists, Martin McColl,
One Stop, M&Co, Easy Living Developments,
Wm Leech (Investments) Ltd, J.W. Muir Group Plc.
The subjects occupy a commanding trading location on the south west side of Irish Street close to its junction with Friars Vennel. The subjects are outlined in red for identification purposes. A small area of the car park is owned by Scottish Power for a future substation.
The subjects occupy a prominent location on the North side of West Maitland Street on one of the main arterial routes into the City Centre. The unit is close to Haymarket Station and on the tram link to and from Edinburgh Airport. Surrounding occupiers include Greggs, Boots, Ladbrokes, TSB, Cost Cutter etc.
The subjects occupy a prominent corner position on the east side of Newington Road immediately at its junction with Salisbury Place, in an area predominately of private trades, but also close to Costcutter, Santander and Pizza Hut.
KNIGHTSWOOD SHOPPING CENTRE - The subjects comprise a two storey mid terraced shop unit of brick/block construction having a modern frontage. The ground and first floors are capable of being used for sales purposes. At present the ground floor is utilised for sales with the upper floor enjoying stock/staff facilities. Rear servicing is provided. 140 car parking spaces are immediately opposite.
The subjects occupy a very prominent position on the north side of Alexandra Parade immediately at its junction with 8 Whitehall Street. The subjects lie adjacent to Iceland, Co-op and closeby to Greggs, Domino's, Subway and William Hill.
UNITS 2 & 3
The Henge lies in a very prominent position between The Kingdom Town Centre and North Street as shown on the aerial plan. The development is anchored by an 11,000 sq.ft (trading) Marks & Spencer Simply Food which opened in February 2019.
The subjects occupy a prime location within Kilwinning town centre which is located immediately to the north of Irvine and benefits from good road links to Glasgow and Ayr to the south. The town also has a mainline railway station on the Ayr to Glasgow rail link. Traders represented in the town include Co-op, Semi-chem, Martin McColl, Tesco Express etc.
The subjects occupy an excellent position on the East side of Bannatyne Street, the main arterial route through Lanark, town centre. The subjects lie immediately adjacent to the towns railway and bus stations. Morrisons supermarket is also located close by.
The subjects are located on the south west side of Loan End opposite Anchor Mill and immediately adjacent to the Anchor Mill Medical Centre. The area surrounding the property is of varied retail and business use although Morrisons are also located nearby together with the substantial Mecca Bingo Hall adjacent.
The subject property lies at the northwest end of the pedestrianised Dockhead Street close to its junction with Hamilton Street and enjoys the benefit of several national multiple retailers including Boots, New Look, Brighthouse, Peacocks, Greggs, Thomas Cook etc.
Colin is a Director of Crichton Property Consultancy Ltd and became a Fellow of the RICS in 1999.
Specialising in all retail agency matters throughout Scotland, advising Greggs, Iceland, Atmore Group, Lloyds Chemists, Easy Living Developments, Wm Leech (Investments) Ltd, Martin McColl,
M&Co, J.W. Muir Group Plc and several private clients.
Colin also carries out lease renewals, rent review and arbitration work on behalf of retained clients.
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