The commercial premises are located within a mixed commercial and residential location, within North Shore, Blackpool, that serves the local community and the dense surrounding residential areas. The position benefits from a wealth of passing vehicle and pedestrian trade. Ease of commuting is available onto the Promenade, into Blackpool town centre and along the coastline towards Bispham and Thornton Cleveleys.
Blackpool confirms £100m town centre regeneration plans
Blackpool Council has confirmed the details of its £100m project to regenerate the seaside destination’s town centre.
In a statement, the local authority said it is committed to ‘focusing large-scale investment’ in a series of major schemes that will ‘breathe new life’ into the town centre over the next three years.
The projects include a £26m investment in a new, state-of-the-art conference centre next to the Winter Gardens which will open for business in August 2019 attracting visitors throughout the year.
There will also be a new £23m tram extension from the Promenade to Blackpool North Station, creating a link to the newly-electrified rail line and a new 144-bedroom, 4-star Holiday Inn and restaurant that will be sited at the North Station transport interchange on the site of the old Wilko building.
Also, a £7m Quality Corridors programme will see the refurbishment of Deansgate, Edward Street, Topping Street, Cookson Street, and Dickson Road.
The block is in an ideal location for Blackpool tourism located on the promenade with a sea view and short walk from all the major attractions. There is a large car park a 2-minute walk from the property for ample parking for Guests.
Regeneration and Investment Into Blackpool
Blackpool is a perfect location to invest in both residential and commercial property. It is an unsaturated improving market filled with opportunity for investment and a great return on that investment. The town has a population of circa 150,000 and the demand for rental residential property is very high. There are hundreds of millions of pounds in investment presently being made in Blackpool with regeneration schemes throughout the town, breathing new life into areas with the creation of new leisure sites, hotels, and restaurants. Large hotel chains such as Premier Inn, and Hilton is building a brand new state of the art hotels on the sea-fronted promenade. Hilton, in particular, has invested £30 million in their new 130 bedroom hotel, which is set to transform the street scene on the south shore coastline.
Another massive boost to the Blackpool economy is the fracking site that commenced operations in the summer of 2017 and which has brought over 15,000 jobs to Blackpool and Lancashire. There has never been a better time than now to invest in Blackpool.
Lytham Festival is held every summer on Lytham green, attracting thousands of tourists. Night prices will be up on these dates
Royal Lytham golf course is situated within close proximity to the property and there are regular professional golf championships played on this course which attracts golf fans from around the world.
BAE Systems Warton is a corporate employer just outside of Lytham (5 min car drive) this is a corporate outfit we will approach for long term stays.
Blackpool Pleasure beach attracts thousands to the area every single year. Perfect for Families
Sandcastle waterpark another great attraction for families
• Hampton by Hilton to open in Blackpool 2018 - Part of £31Million regeneration project
• Leisure Giant Whitbread proposed £10 Million Premier Inn Hotel Approved
• Cuadrilla Natural gas from UK shale creating thousands of jobs
• Persimmon Homes - Coastal Dunes Development
• Redwood Point Blackpool landmark development
• £300m Chariots of the Gods Development in the centre of Blackpool
• Blackpool Central State of the Art Development
9-year Development which will be implemented in 3 phases starting in 2020/