Development land on the strategically-located EOS section of Amesbury’s giant Solstice Park business area has been sold.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major successfully negotiated the sale of the 1.75-acre (0.71-hectare) EOS 1A commercial development plot to Nationwide Engineering Group.
Quoting price for the parcel of land fronting Sun Rise Way, adjacent to the A303 and suitable for B1, B2 & B8 Uses was £700,000.
Myddelton & Major Partner Philip Holford said: “Salisbury-based Nationwide Engineering Group is a construction focused service provider with dedicated integrated companies for building, rail, air, energy, professional services and health and safety training.
“Following their successful development of the 36 unit Bluestone Centre, I was pleased to facilitate the sale of this parcel of land which further demonstrates the attraction of Solstice Park as the premier business park in the region.
“We anticipate that the developer will earmark the site for specific design and build opportunities for commercial occupiers.”
The site is situated in an elevated position at Sun Rise Way, overlooking the Holiday Inn Hotel and Co-op Petrol Filling Station and Convenience Store, Costa Coffee, MacDonalds, Pizza Hut, KFC and Toby Carvery.
It can be accessed from either Porton Road/Sun Rise Way or Meridian Way/Solstice Park Avenue. Other major occupiers include Home Bargains, Muller Wiseman, Birchall Tea, Lovibond, Animal Friends and Screwfix.
Solstice Park is an established 160-acre business park situated alongside the A303 dual carriageway. It offers strategically-located development opportunities for industrial, distribution, trade, roadside, and office users.
The site provides excellent access from its mid southern location to the motorway network via the M3 to London and the M25, and north via the A34 to the M4 and M40.