- On the instructions of the Administrators
- Dominant community shopping centre anchored by a Morrison’s supermarket (sold off long leasehold).
- Other key national tenants include Wilko, B&M, Argos, McDonald’s, Greggs, New Look and Poundland.
- Provides 302,831 sq ft (28,134 sq m) of retail accommodation with a total of 67 retail and leisure units.
- Drive thru McDonald’s with dedicated parking spaces.
- New gym (Xercise4less), leisure and childcare units (Laser Quest and Jungle Fun) on the roof of the scheme, providing additional facilities and activities on site.
- The gross passing rent is £1,802,529 per annum, resulting in a net operating income of £1,024,735.
- The center is currently 83% let by floor area.
- The guide price reflects a Capital Value of £15.19 per sq ft
Belle Vale Shopping Centre is held by way of two leasehold interests for terms of 999 years from Liverpool City Council from May 2002, expiring in May 3001. The site is held on two long leasehold interests (title numbers: MS465692 and MS465693) and there is a fixed ground rent of £165,000 per annum.
Belle Vale is a conveniently located and prosperous residential suburb of Liverpool located 5.9 miles (9.49 km) south east of the City Centre. The shopping centre is accessed via Childwall Valley Road (B5178) which provides direct links between Belle Vale and Central Liverpool and out to the Junction of the M62 and M57 motorway.
Belle Vale shopping centre is a covered 1960s convenience shopping centre providing the principle retail provision for the locality. The centre drives consistent footfall of approximately 3 million people per annum. The scheme is conveniently positioned on Childwall Valley Road; an arterial road connecting the residential suburbs of Liverpool to the city centre. It benefits from being located directly adjacent to a 73,000 sq ft Morrison’s food store which serves as the primary supermarket for Belle Vale as well as a petrol filling station. The scheme offers free car parking with over 1,000 spaces over both surface and rooftop level providing convenient access to the scheme. The centre is configured over ground floor and one upper floor. Key national retailers located at ground floor along the principal mall include Wilko, B&M, Argos, Holland & Barrett, Greggs, New Look and Poundland. The centre also offers leisure accommodation on the roof of the centre providing a 34,000 sq ft gym, Laser Quest and Jungle Fun ( childrens nursery). Food and beverage operators are represented by Greggs, KFC and a prominently located McDonalds drive thru restaurant fronting Childwall Valley Road.
Please refer to the tenancy schedule in the legal pack for a full schedule of tenancies and areas.
- There is a total of 67 retail units within the scheme, as well as the Centre Management Suite.
- The scheme’s current gross income is £1,802,529 per annum.
- After accounting for the annual shortfalls including service charge, insurance, empty rates and the head rent the current net income is £1,024,735 per annum.
Liverpool City Council (0151 233 3021) www.liverpool.gov.uk
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