The property was purpose built as a waste transfer station in 2001 and includes a recycling centre, modern two-storey office block, gatehouse and 50-tonne weighbridge. There is also a workshop, secure yard and car parking on a total site area of 2.75 acres.
The recycling centre is a substantial detached building of steel portal frame construction under a pitched steel roof, with roller shutter access and an eaves height of circa 13 metres. It benefits from a free-standing Valley Max Trommel screen with hopper conveyor, picking station with stockpiling bays and additional conveyors, and a complete dust suppression system.
The office block is located upon entry to the site, being a detached, L-shaped building of steel framed construction under a slightly bowed roof. It provides reception area, meeting room, office, kitchenette and WC facilities on the ground floor, with open plan office on first floor.
To the rear is the detached workshop, being of steel portal frame construction with insulated steel cladding beneath a pitched roof. It benefits from roller shutter access and an eaves height of 7 metres.
Externally, the recycling centre benefits from a substantial concrete yard with additional stoned, turfed and paved areas. There is a car park for 24 vehicles to front of office block, including 2 disabled, and a works car park to the rear providing 18 spaces.
To the rear of the site is an area of fenced open storage land extending to circa 4 acres, which is bounded by timber fencing.
Ketley is a busy suburb of Telford, which is located just off the former A5 between Wellington and Oakengates. It enjoys excellent road links to Telford Town Centre and all parts of the West Midlands via Junction 6 of the M54 motorway close by.
The property is situated in a predominantly commercial/industrial area backing onto the M54 motorway and opposite the Wellings plant yard. It is also in close proximity of an established residential area.
The property has planning consent for a Sui Generis use within the Town & Country Planning Act 1987 (Use Class Order 2005). It currently allows for 72,000 tonnes of waste per annum, however permission has recently been obtained to vary the existing use to 72,000 tones of incinerator bottom ash (iba). Nb This is on the basis of either or, and not both. The property also benefits from a Waste Management Licence (Permit Ref epr/PB3632RM/T001)
Leasehold: The property is available to lease on terms to be agreed. It can be taken as a whole, including the open storage land to the rear, or the recycling centre and premises can be taken on its' own.
Telford & Wrekin Council, Addenbrooke House, Ironmasters Way, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4NT - Tel:
According to the Valuation Office Agency website the rateable value of the property in the 2017 rating list is £95,500.
Energy Performance Certificate
The recycling centre and workshop have an Energy Rating of F(145) and the office block has an Energy Rating of E(101).