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Bids sought for ex-PSNI station in Ballyclare

A former PSNI station in Ballyclare has been put on the market and is seeking offers for a new round of bidding
A former PSNI station in Ballyclare has been put on the market and is seeking offers for a new round of bidding
Emma Deighan

By Emma Deighan

A former PSNI station in Ballyclare has been put on the market and is seeking offers for a new round of bidding.

The current bid on the site, which spans 0.70 acres and includes around 4,830 sq ft of built accommodation, sits at £350,000.

Listed by Lisney, the site is suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning approval.

The area surrounding the station is largely surfaced in tarmac with grass to the side and rear. The accommodation includes office/administration, cell, staff and storage areas contained within a two-storey detached structure.

Meanwhile, in west Belfast a retail centre with a rental income of £99,140 per annum, is seeking a buyer for £1m. The Hopkins Partnership describes Mountainview Centre - home to 11 ground floor retail units with two upper floor units - as a "substantial retail investment".

The centre, which has 45 parking spaces and is located in the Turf Lodge area of the city, is fully let to long-term tenants.

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