Gareth Williams at BAC’s North Wales office kicked off 2021 with the completion of the sale of two Rhyl office buildings where, with the focus of office demand now being on the A55 business parks, traditional ‘in-town’ locations and buildings now often need to find alternative uses.
LLys Anwyl , an 11,160 sq ft office building (which Gareth, coincidentally, had been instrumental in its 1990 pre-let development) has been sold to Denbighshire County Council who have obtained planning permission for its conversion to residential apartments.
At 64, Brighton Road, a 26,715 sq ft early 1970’s one time DHSS building ‘of its time’ sold to Healthcare specialists who, after a long planning battle, obtained consent for change of use and conversion to a private hospital.
Sale prices for each transaction have not been released but, in marketing, guide prices had been £650,000 and £950,000 respectively.

Sale of Redwither Works

BA Commercial is delighted to announce that acting on behalf of Hillcliff Contractors we have sold Unit 1 at Redwither Works on the Wrexham Industrial Estate to Lyan Packaging. The property comprised an end-terrace industrial building with offices and yard space extending to 6,703 sq ft. The purchaser Lyan Packaging is a local business also based on the Wrexham Industrial Estate and acquired the property ahead of the market price of £275,000.

Adam Jones from Lyan Packaging commented “Our business has experienced rapid growth over the last 12 months, and we have found ourselves in great need of extra facilities here on the Wrexham Industrial Estate. Howard from BA Commercial has offered us a great service and has helped to ensure that the deal has been completed as quickly and as smoothly as possible.”

Howard Cole from BA Commercial commented “This is the company’s second industrial sale on the Wrexham Industrial Estate this month and it is a strong start to the year for the market. The demand levels across North Wales for industrial space remain strong, for both purchase and letting.”

Property of The Week- Substantial Industrial Complex- Cader Avenue, Rhyl

We are pleased to announce the availability of this Freehold Opportunity, close to Rhyl Town Centre. The overall building extends to approximately 130,000 sq ft on 4.8 acres and is suitable for owner occupation investment or re-development subject to planning.

The property is situated on Cader Avenue close to its junction with St Asaph Avenue in Kinmel Bay which is less than 2 miles from Rhyl town centre and approximately 4 miles from the A55 (Junction 25).

A substantial industrial complex of interconnecting warehouse workshop units incorporating offices and yard areas being arranged beneath corrugated asbestos roofs and situated within a fully enclosed regularly shaped site.

There is generally strong demand for industrial accommodation in this area.

Further information is available from the Agents as follows:

Gareth Wiliams-

Fraser Crewe-

Howard Cole-

Mark Coulthurst-