Businesses for sale in Nottinghamshire, East Midlands
Offers all customers a first class service supplying and fitting a wide range of car tyres including 4x4 tyres, van tyres and high performance tyres competitive prices together with offering a wheel balancing and wheel alignment service. Excellent profit margin. There is scope to offer customers MOT..
Commercial property which is currently A3 usage but would be ideal for alternative uses such as retail (STPP). There is scope to expand the premises above the rear extension (STPP) which is currently single storey. This additional area could be used for flats or a private function room as there is s..
Superb family park with a 120-cover restaurant set in 15 aces (7 acres owned) in a rural setting in a village. Facilities include play areas, animal petting farm and paddocks, go-karting and play frames. Four-bedroom farmhouse family home included, facing the river and has its own independent access..
Lucrative and established domiciliary care agency enviable reputation. Approximately 375 hours per week with regular service users. Suitable to operate from remote premises, low operating costs...
Well-operated and highly regarded health and safety training provider, which has cemented a solid reputation within the UK since it began trading in 1990. Through offering high quality courses - fully accredited by NEBOSH, IOSH and CITB - the business has grown consistently each year and has success..
Nottinghamshire. Achieved a turnover of £657k. Provides an extensive range of services such as manned guarding, concierge and gatehouse services, door supervisors, alarm response and keyholding and unlocking services. Operates from leasehold office premises with around-the-clock access. Well-establ..
Public house in a town centre location, a short distance to Newark railway station. Grade II listed building. Ground and upper floor trading accommodation. EPC rating - D. Freehold. ..
Public house in a town centre location. Close to Newark Railway Station. Grade II listed building. Ground floor trading accommodation and upper floors private accommodation. EPC rating - D...
Registered with CQC for care of up to 30 service users, operating with an effective registration of 26. Rated as good at last CQC inspection. Company accounts for FYE 2015 show sales of £753k; EBITDA £213k with a care manager in post. Draft accounts for FYE 2016 show increased sales to £840k with..
Installs, makes and sells curtains, blinds and flooring. Repeat custom built on an outstanding reputation. Scope for further development. Office-based, but can be relocated or run from home. Genuine reason for sale. Leasehold...
An exclusive wedding and conference venue for sale. Idyllic location: beautiful period property dating back to 1635. Banqueting/conference suite, fine dining rest, brasserie and bar. Five ensuite letting bedrooms...
Nottingham, T/O £520,000, Established in 1994, Prominent trading location, Double fronted premises, Attractive and well presented throughout, Excellent reputation, Great levels of repeat custom, multiple income streams, 80 covers, Scope for further growth, Leasehold, Bus £299,950..
Well built and charming licensed boarding kennels and cattery, licensed for 80 dogs and 25 cats situated in a semi-rural setting, extensive gardens. Spacious four-bed detached property, owners retiring...
Nottingham, Turnover £645,000, EBITDA £122,000, Established in 2002, Covering the central region, 45 customer account, Fleet of 14 vehicles, Same day transport specialist, Excellent scope and potential to expand, Retirement sale, Leasehold premises close to motorway, Bus £800,000 ..
32-bed commercial hotel in Nottingham. Restaurant (80); two function rooms (120 and 60). Two three-bed flats. Plot of c. five acres (measured from plans). EPC rating - C...
Detached nursing home, excellently presented. Specialist nursing provided, registered for 14 residents. 14 single rooms, all en-suite, potential for 2 additional rooms. Fee income £770k, EBITDA £171k...
E.B.I.T.D.A Y/E 14 Approx £240k. Turnover Y/E 14 Est £600k. 44% growth in turnover over last two years. National database. Operating with five employees. EPC- C...
Well-established residential care home for the elderly with 34 registered residents, in 28 single and three twin rooms. Based in the area for many years it operates from substantial and imposing detached premises. This property is for sale due to retirement...
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- Retail trade, except of motor vechicles and motorcycles; Repair of personal and household goods., East Midlands
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- Tyre Collections and Sales, East Midlands
Local information: Nottinghamshire, East MidlandsNottinghamshire borders South Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire, and has a population of around a million, over half of whom live in the conurbation of Greater Nottingham, which also takes up part of Derbyshire.
The City of Nottingham was administratively part of Nottinghamshire between 1974 and 1998, but is now a unitary authority, although it remains part of the ceremonial county. It is traditionally considered the county town, although the council is now based in West Bridgford.
Nottinghamshire has a strong industrial tradition: in Norman times the malting and woollen industries thrived, and during the industrial revolution canals and railways were introduced, and the lace and cotton industries grew. In the 19th century collieries opened and mining became an important economic sector, though it declined after the 1984-5 miners' strike.
The county is famous as part of the legend of Robin Hood, which attracts numerous tourists to Sherwood Forest and the City of Nottingham.
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