Glenarm lies along the Causeway Coast Route in Northern Ireland and means “valley of the army”.
Situated 10 miles north of Larne and 18 miles north east of Ballymena, Glenarm is nestled at the foot of the Glenarm Glen, the first of the nine Glens of Antrim.
Glenarm Castle and estate is an iconic landmark and tourist attraction within the village and supports a range of local businesses such as organic salmon farming. It also hosts an impressive range of annual events including the Highland Games and the Dalriada Festival of music and culture.
The nearby Glenarm Forest Park is also a popular destination for local walkers and visitors.
Eglington Yard is an important regeneration site located on the Harbour in the picturesque village of Glenarm.
Mid & East Antrim Borough Council are now inviting Expressions of Interest.
This is a unique opportunity to undertake a regeneration scheme that returns this important site to a viable and sustainable economic use which will contribute towards the wider regeneration and tourism ambitions of Glenarm.
By special appointment with the sole selling agent, Lisney.
The 1.26 acre site includes an open sided warehouse, a number of outbuildings and a substantial hardcore yard area.
Mid & East Antrim Borough Council is seeking confirmation from all interested parties to undertake a regeneration scheme that returns this vacant opportunity site to a viable and sustainable economic use.
Submission of Expression of Interest
Interested parties should complete and return the proposal form by 12 noon on Thursday 1st November 2018.
The particulars and any documentation are provided for the guidance only of potential purchasers / developers and will not form part of any contract which may be entered into.
No representation or warranty is made or given in relation to the condition or suitability of any services.
All proposals made will be subject to further detailed negotiations and subject to contract, and the Mid and East Antrim Borough Council may decide not to pursue negotiations in relation to all or any of the proposals which it may receive or may decide to invite other proposals.
The Mid and East Antrim Borough Council will not be liable for any inaccuracy in these particulars or in any other documents or for any costs, fees and expenses incurred in viewing the sites, in preparing and submitting proposals or in undertaking any negotiations.
None of the matters in these particulars or in any other documents or in any proposals which may be made will constitute an agreement or collateral contract with the Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.