Private Gleaner Filling Station and Shop
Well-equipped and maintained
Extensive Service Area
Car wash facility
Further development potential
LPG Autogas Supplier
Red Diesel Supplier
100% Rate discount
The business has been run by the current owner since 2000 establishing a solid and loyal customer base as well as benefiting from passing trade due to its ideal location on the main road that enters town. It is exceptionally close to RAF Kinloss which is currently undergoing a transition to become the largest British Army base in Scotland. Since initial deployment began in July 2012 there has been a substantial increase in revenue as a result of this transition and with personnel numbers set to increase by 2014, the forecast for the future is positive. In addition the site is located within an area which has been zoned for housing by Moray Council. The opportunity for this business is considerable.
The shop stocks a range of general and seasonal car care products, confectionary, household goods and fuels and the national lottery. Monthly sales for the business are circa £73,528.
The business benefits from an agreement with the current fuel supplier that allows this business to offer some of the most competitive fuel prices in the area. There is an opportunity to expand the product offering in the shop and the range of external goods being sold. The business also benefits from the Small Business Relief Scheme which includes a 100% rates allowance therefore there are currently no rates payable.
Number of bedrooms: 6
Accommodation Details: 4 Letting Rooms 2 Bedroomed Owners Accommodation
Seapark Filling Station is a well established going concern which enjoys considerable commercial advantages from its prominent trading position on the B9011 on the west side of Kinloss. The business is situated in a prime location in Kinloss less than 3 miles from Forres which is one of Scotland's oldest small towns, and also one of its most attractive. Kinloss in Moray is situated a short distance off the A96 about 30 miles east of the Highland capital of Inverness and about 10 miles from Elgin a prosperous market town. Moray has a relatively diverse economy with tourism, food processing, hospitality and retail sectors providing major sources of employment. There is also a significant MOD presence. Unemployment levels are below the national average. Kinloss and nearby Findhorn are popular tourist destinations. Kinloss makes a great base as there is plenty to explore in the beautiful Moray Firth region, the surrounding area has something for everyone's taste, historical monuments, museums, castles, visitor centres, malt whisky distilleries - The Benromach and the Dallas Dhu, miles of white sandy beaches, moray firth dolphins, quaint coastal villages like Findhorn, river side & forest walks, great Scottish Golf courses, sailing, skiing, cycling, Salmon fishing, horse riding, tennis and some of the most scenic countryside and views in Scotland.
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