Land on sale for £2.1m

PUBLISHED: 14:42 03 October 2006 | UPDATED: 19:49 01 June 2010

An aerial view of the plot

An aerial view of the plot

FOREIGN owners of 54 acres of development land at a business park in the Fens have put it on the market with an asking price of £2.1 million. Savills and Brown & Co have been given the job of finding a buyer for the site at the Wingland Enterprise Park in

FOREIGN owners of 54 acres of development land at a business park in the Fens have put it on the market with an asking price of £2.1 million.

Savills and Brown & Co have been given the job of finding a buyer for the site at the Wingland Enterprise Park in Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire.

Paul Giles, Associate Director at Savills, said: "Commercial land of this size is a rare commodity in today's buoyant property market and we are already receiving a high level of interest from national developers and investors".

The Wingland Enterprise Park was created through a consortium led by South Holland District Council with support from the European Union.

The site is close to EDF's Sutton Bridge Power Station, the principal occupier, a combined gas turbine station located on the east bank of the River Nene which cost in the region of £337 million to construct and a further planning application has recently been lodged for a second power station.

The park has been allocated in the Local Plan as a Major Employment Area where general industrial uses are deemed appropriate.

A new estate road connects it with the A17 and is home to companies such as Geest's Wingland Foods operation, Solanum Ltd, Halifax Transport and Howling's Transport.

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