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Dangerous goods storage warehouse placed on the market

Dangerous goods storage warehouse placed on the market for sale

A vacant industrial warehousing premises provisioned for the storage of dangerous goods has been placed on the market for sale.

The large warehouse in the Bay of Plenty township of Kawerau features a 1,668 square metre 1980s-style building on 3,915 square metres of freehold land.

The building is owned by its former tenant, who had been running an engineering and fabrication business on the Kawerau site since the 1980s. The rectangular shaped building sits alongside offices and staff amenities.

The property at 11 Spencer Avenue is being marketed for sale at auction at 1pm on June 27 through Bayleys Tauranga. Salespeople Lloyd Davidson, Rhys Mischefski and Laura Taylor said the warehouse was provisioned for the storage of dangerous goods.

“Positioned in one of Kawerau’s industrial areas on a flat freehold site, the high-stud warehousing has large horizontal sliding doors which provide good access to both the side and rear of the property,” Ms Taylor said.

“The building includes two workshop areas – one of which is fully enclosed with its own roller door providing a completely separate working space if desired.”

Those large sliding doors lead out onto a large yard capable of accommodating a fleet of large vehicles – ranging from haulage trucks or container lorries through to roading maintenance machinery. Ms Taylor said the property was being sold vacant.

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