Plymouth Businesses For Sale

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FULLY LICENSED ITALIAN RESTAURANT IN

Tripadvisor highly rated family run eat-in-takeaway & delivery outlet with online ordering available operating on 6-day week from superbly refurbished 30-cover parade premises in prime city centre location with excellent year regular &...

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Restaurants, Italian Restaurants

  • L/H Price
  • £100,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £156,000
SOUTH WEST BASED AUTO BODY REPAIRS &

Genuine sale after many years of highly regarded insurance-approved concern run from recently refurbished & superbly fitted industrial workshop premises in excellent commercial location with widespread reputation & client base & lots of...

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Garages, Body Shops

  • L/H Price
  • £360,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £200,000
Long Established Carpets & Floorings

Very long established & highly regarded concern with superb market leading product range operating on 5 day week from extremely spacious & well fitted industrial showroom premises in excellent commercial location with regional reputation &...

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Carpet Shops, Flooring Businesses

  • F/H Price
  • £660,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £247,000
Bespoke Fabrication & Welding Services

Retirement sale after many years of highly regarded stainless steel & aluminium specialist - fabricating stainless steel bespoke kitchen, cooker hoods, marine fittings handrails etc. - operating from superbly fitted industrial workshop &...

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Metal manufacturing companies, Other Manufacturing companies, Bathroom & Kitchen Retailers, Boat Yards, Fabrication Businesses

  • L/H Price
  • £150,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £70,000
Off Licence Plymouth, Devon

Off Licence Plymouth, Cornwall Turnover: £780,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Leasehold: £145,000 + SAV Ref: P3335

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Off Licences

  • L/H Price
  • £145,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £780,000
Indian Takeaway - Plymouth

Indian Takeaway Plymouth, Devon Turnover: £70,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Retirement Sale Leasehold: £65,000 + SAV Ref: P3464

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Chinese Takeaways, Indian Takeaways, Takeaways (Other)

  • L/H Price
  • £65,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £70,000
Haberdashery Business - Plymouth

Haberdashery Business Plymouth, Devon Turnover: £93,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Leasehold: £65,000 + SAV Ref: P3584

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Haberdashery Shops

  • L/H Price
  • £65,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £93,000
Investment Property - Plymouth

Investment Property Plymouth, Devon Rental Income: £55,000 per annum 15 bed accommodation (between both properties) Freehold: £600,000 Ref: P3635

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Investment Properties

  • F/H Price
  • £600,000
  • Annual T/O
  • £55,000
Convenience Store - Plymouth

Convenience Store Plymouth, Devon Turnover: £725,000 per annum Lock Up Premises Retirement Sale Leasehold: £199,950 + SAV Ref: P5494

Location: Plymouth, Devon, England

For sale under: Convenience Stores

  • L/H Price
  • £199,950
  • Annual T/O
  • £725,612

Why buy a business in Plymouth

Plymouth’s rich maritime history dates back for hundreds of years; the famous British explorers Sir Francis Drake and R. F. Scott (also known as Scott of the Antarctic) both lived here, and the maritime economy is still a major employer in the city.

Pubs, B&Bs and hotels are popular businesses, as are retail and services businesses serving the thousands employed in the local economy. Many Plymouth residents are employed in defence and the armed forces, in particular; Devonport Dockyard the only port in the UK capable of refitting nuclear submarines, and the specialist skills involved in this kind of work have made Plymouth a centre of excellence. Plymouth Gin Distillery is another big employer in the area.

The tourist industry also has a strong foothold in Plymouth; not only does the town attract thousands of Devon tourists every year, but ferries to France and Spain operate from the port here, and a major cruise terminal is under construction as part of a significant urban development project that is due to continue until 2020.

When buying a business in Plymouth, you need to ensure that you comply with the local laws. Guidance on health and safety rules, planning permission and business rates can all be found on Plymouth City Council’s website.

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