Industrial Unit for Sale

If you’re looking for an industrial unit for sale, its features can vary drastically, and there isn’t one inventory for each business type, either.

Several businesses will require an amply-sized unit that can accommodate large machines with extra allotted office space for desk-based employees. Other companies may be seeking a reasonably-priced, humbly-sized unit that can cram in enough workspaces.

 

Industrial Estate Luton

Usually, an industrial unit for sale is an empty canvas, as the capacity of usage is fairly comprehensive. Typically, they’ll be rented out bare, so you’ll have to invest in workstations, equipment, and necessities such as storage racks to equip your unit.

The main boon of forking out on your unit’s internal contents is that you’ll be able to take them with you if your company grows out of its existing home.

Here are some features you may want to consider before renting or purchasing your industrial unit:

  • Outdoor garden space (private or shared)
  • Sufficient electrical outlets
  • Garage/parking spaces
  • Open-air/outdoor storage space
  • Roller shutter doors
  • Fitted workstations/workbenches that you can fit to your equipment
  • Individual spaces for desk-based employees

It’s easy to find an industrial unit for sale – you can rent or buy one with planning permission for a trade counter or one that already has one built (make sure the correct planning permission is in place, though). 

What Is an Industrial Property Used for?

You can use an industrial property for storing, processing, manufacturing, or transporting goods. Many manufacturing, construction, or engineering companies rent or purchase industrial units to carry out their operations. These kinds of companies can’t just keep hefty machinery and equipment in their workers’ houses or office buildings – a business owner must find a dedicated industrial unit for sale so their business can operate effectively.

Businesses that use industrial units include bespoke craftsmen, multi-national car dealers, clothing manufacturers, and chemical producers.

Obviously, a company must ensure it selects the correct business class category (B1, B2, or B8).

Final Thoughts…

Do you work in the industrial field? Whether it’s a manufacturing establishment or clothing warehouse, then you must be able to store your equipment. The property professionals at Kirkby Diamond are ready to help find your dream industrial unit for sale! Find out more by calling 01234 905128.