The subjects comprise the former Alexander Sawmills site and is accessed directly from Heathfield Road, close to the junction of the Heathfield Retail Park.
The site provides excellent frontage to Heathfield Road with the rear sections of the site clearly visible from Boundary Road and Liberator Drive.
The total site area extends to 14.6 acres and is available either as a whole or individual plots.
The site is surrounded by a number of well known occupiers including Asda, B&Q, Premier Inn, Homebase with Marks & Spencer also under offer at the Heathfield Retail Park.
Situated in the west of Scotland, Ayr is located approximately 13 miles south west of Kilmarnock, 13 miles south of Irvine and 40 miles south west of Glasgow in the South Ayrshire Council area. The town has a resident population of around 47,000 with the South Ayrshire Council area having a population of around 112,500.
As a result of the recent upgrading works to the A77 / M77 road network, Ayr is easily accessible by road and provides easy commuting access to Glasgow and other nearby towns.
Located close to the subject site, Glasgow Prestwick Airport offers regular flights to major destinations throughout the UK and Europe.
Ayr is the main shopping and administrative centre for the area and the town benefits from a wide range of services and facilities.
Each party should make their own enquiries with the local planning authority however the subject site has planning permission for the erection of a non-food retail development, garden centre and builder’s yard which was granted in 2007 but extended to 6^th November 2016.
The adopted South Ayrshire Local Development Plan (23 September 2014) identifies the site within the Heathfield Strategy Area. The Council acknowledges that the Heathfield area of Ayr and Prestwick is valuable to the economic diversity of South Ayrshire and will look to manage and co-ordinate development in the area to make sure that there is an appropriate mix of uses which supports Ayr and Prestwick town centres.
Specifically, the site is known as Heathfield Retail and states: “Proposals for retail development in the Heathfield area, which adjoin and integrate with the existing Heathfield Retail Park, as defined on the Heathfield Strategy Map, and which satisfy LDP Policy: General Retail, will be given preference, subject to the provision that the sale of goods will be restricted to DIY, furniture, floor coverings, electrical and gardening goods.”
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