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Property Type: Site / Land
Address: Duke Street / Biggar Street, Glasgow, G31 4BH
Property Size: From 1.69 ha (4.17 ac) to 3.38 ha (8.35 ac)
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The sites are located within the Parkhead area in the east end of Glasgow, approximately 3 miles from Glasgow City Centre. The main access to the sites from the City Centre is via the A89 Gallowgate, or Duke Street, both of which comprise main arterial routes which run through the east end. The sites are strategically placed, with connections to the M8 motorway at Junction 14 and the M74 at Junction 1A, both being a short distance away. The nearest railway station is Duke Street (approx. 0.5 miles) whilst thereare numerous bus services which pass close to both sites.
The site are interconnected and are detailed below.
Site 1 has an extensive frontage to the south of Duke Street and is formed in a mixed area which includes retail, industrial, residential and a variety of commercial uses. The site is immediately to the north of the main railway serving the local area and is formed between Fleming Street to the west and Netherfield Street to the east.
Site 2 is located at the eastern extent of the Forge Retail Park where occupiers include B&Q, Argos, Sports Direct and Next. The site is located immediately to the south of the railway and north of Biggar Street. The site enjoys direct access from the service road which serves the Forge Retail Park, which in turn is accessed from Millerston Street.
- Two interconnected sites
- Within mixed commercial/industrial area
- Suitable for a variety of uses
- Strategic location with good connections to M8 and M74
- From 1.69 ha (4.17 ac) to 3.38 ha (8.35 ac)
- Offers invited
The sites are shown outlined in red on the attached plan. They have formerly been in industrial use and
have been partially cleared awaiting redevelopment.
The sites have lain vacant over a period of time and some ground clearance may be required depending
on the proposed use. A number of foundations and platforms still exist on the site. The sites are partially
bound by brick and stone walls and mixed fencing, with the southern boundary of Site 1 and northern
boundary of Site 2 being the railway which splits the two sites.
The sites are interconnected via a single carriageway road, allowing a single occupier to utilise one main
point of access from Duke Street if required.
From sizes scaled from plans, we calculate the site areas to be as follows:
Site 1: 1.69 ha (4.17 ac)
Site 2: 1.69 ha (4.17 ac)
TOTAL: 3.38 ha (8.35 ac)