Ruabon Park LL14
62 acres (25.1 hectares)
Significant Mixed Use Development Opportunity
Mixed use development site near Wrexham, North Wales with outline planning permission for a scheme comprising 319 new dwellings, a new business park and a mix of other commercial opportunities.
Contact Emma Jewson
Ruabon is located just west of the Welsh border,
approximately 5 miles to the south of Wrexham. It benefits
from excellent transport links with direct main line train
services to Chester, Shrewsbury and Birmingham. The train
station is less than half a mile from the development site.
The closest access to the national motorway network is the
M53 at Chester, approximately 25 miles north.
The village provides some local shopping facilities. It has
two primary schools, St Mary's Church in Wales and Ysgol
Maes-y-llan County Primary School.
Ruabon is a historic village with iron, coal and clay deposits
placing an industrial emphasis on the area's past. Substantial
remains of Offa's Dyke, a late 8th century earth work
defining the historic boundary between England and Wales,
can be seen on the western outskirts of the village.
The main shopping provisions are found in the thriving
retail centre at Broughton (A483/A55) near Chester as well
as Wrexham where amenities include national multiples,
independent retailers and restaurants.
Wrexham benefits from a large employment base including
the 69 hectare Wrexham industrial estate and the active
development of a new prison. Chester business park is also
15 minutes to the north via the A483 and provides a wide
range of employment opportunities.
Terms & Conditions
The Development Area is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession by informal tender either as a whole or in three lots:
Lot 1: A1 retail and petrol filling station
Lot 2: C3 Residential
Lot 3: B1 Business Park and commercial opportunities, including C1 hotel, C2 extra care and A3 pub/restaurant.