DM Hall has announced it has been instructed to acquire a 90-130-acre site in Scotland’s central belt on behalf of an international drinks company.
The single site only property must have proximity to the trunk road network, while access to a nearby seaport is also required.
A water source is needed but sites with flowing rivers, streams or burns through the site will be excluded, as a consequence of Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations.
Jennifer Campbell, head of rural agency at Baird Lumsden, DM Hall’s rural property arm, said, “We have been instructed once more by a retained client to purchase a suitable site, which could be brownfield, for bonded warehouses and associated infrastructure buildings in central Scotland.
“If anyone has knowledge of suitable sites which meet the criteria outlined above, please send full details to me at Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07909 917540.
“There is some urgency to this land search with significant funds in place.”