Tuesday, August 11, 2020

New owner sort for former meat facility in Boston

A former meat factory in Boston is going up for auction next month with a guide price of £475,000 – £500,000.

Loctaed on West End Road, the factory is owned by Tulip, the UK’s largest meat firm, and was once utilised for supplying Marks & Spencer. However, it closed last year as their contract with the retailer expired.

The facility is now being sold at auction via Acuitus.

Peter Mayo of Acuitus comments, “The Tulip Factory building is an encompassing site positioned within a largely residential area. Subject to consents, it has the potential to be redeveloped into new homes under a new buyer.”

The property is located in Frampton, a predominantly residential area 3 miles south-west of Boston town centre and less than a mile north-west of the A16.

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