Nuralite Industrial Estate
A multi-let income producing industrial estate site benefitting from outline planning permission for a 260,000 sq ft light industrial development. The site is characterised in two distinct areas, the eastern portion accommodating the industrial estate and the western portion, which includes a decommissioned landfill.
The Industrial estate comprises of approximately 30 buildings of mixed age and construction accommodating 58 industrial units (96,341 sq ft), as well as extensive hardstanding open storage land (7.05 acres) and 18 ISO Container units. The buildings are generally single storey and predominantly of
brick and metal clad construction. The landfill located in the western portion was active under a number of licences but has been disused since 1999.
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- Rochester is an established commercial centre in north Kent and is one of the principal Medway towns, which form the eastern end of the Thames Gateway, a strategic Government Priority Regeneration Area. The Medway conurbation includes the nearby towns of Strood, Chatham and Gillingham. Higham is located 3 miles to the north of Rochester and is large parish within Gravesham, approximately 30 miles south east of Central London and 45 miles north west of the crosschannel ports of Dover and Folkestone. The property benefits from excellent transport links being situated just 3.8 miles from Junction 1 of the M2 motorway, which in turn provides access to Junction 2 of the M25 via A2, 12 miles to the west. To the south, the network of motorways enables excellent access to Canterbury, Dover and the South Coast. The A2 also provides direct access to South East London.