Businesses for sale in Manchester, North West
Private physiotherapy practice, compromising of two clinics, both of which have an excellent reputation, being open for over 30 years. Turnover is over £90k with the opportunity to expand. ..
Provides a competitive and reliable cylinder gas service to clients within several market sectors. It supplies and distributes bottled gas to commercial customers in and around the Greater Manchester area. The business supplies a varied array of clients and has some 220 regular retail customers incl..
Established in 1987. Prominent trading location. Excellent reputation in the area. Registered for a combined total of 75 children. Scope for further growth. Retirement sale. Substantial Freehold property with adjacent building included in the sale. EPC rating D. ..
Commercial cleaning company established 30 years. Long-standing blue-chip client base. Excellent reputation within the region. Experienced team of supervisors and cleaners. Ideal bolt-on opportunity. Fully relocatable opportunity. Adjusted net profit of £85k. Offers invited...
Oldham, Greater Manchester. Purchased by our client in 2004. Town centre location with high passing trade. Four storey retail property. Long standing history trading as a shoe store. Potential for change of use. Ideal investment or development acquisition. Freehold. Offers Invited..
This business has established a reputation for quality. It undertakes precision and general engineering including turning, milling, and grinding as well as gear manufacture and remanufacture. It is a trusted subcontractor and is a key part of its own customers production. Regular repeat work, is the..
Greater Manchester, T/O £766,000, Established in 2001, Ideally located, Registered for 19, 15 bedrooms, Operating at 80% capacity, 70% private clients, Retirement sale, Scope for further growth, Freehold, Bus & Prop Offers in the region of £800,000..
Established in 2002, offering accommodation and support to adolescents that have left the care system and need guidance to start life as an independent adult. There is scope to convert the property/business into alternative uses, subject to any necessary planning permission. GP £104k...
Group of two impressive purpose built care homes, registered for 70 residents. One has 26 bedrooms and the other has 39. Provides both nursing and residential care for the elderly. Convenient and accessible settings, historically high occupancy levels. This group of two care homes is an extremely su..
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- Freight transport by road, North West
- Metal Recycling, North West
- Flexagraphic Printers, North West
- Technical testing and analysis, North West
- Manufacture of rubber of polyurethane roller, North West
Local information: Manchester, North WestManchester is a city and metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester, England, and was granted city status in 1853. It lies at the centre of the wider Greater Manchester Urban Area, which at the 2001 census was shown to have a population of 2,240,230 (of which 394,269 lived within the Manchester subdivision).
Forming part of the English Core Cities Group, nicknamed the 'Second City' and 'Capital of the North', Manchester is a centre of the arts, the media, higher education and commerce. In a poll of British business leaders published in 2006, Manchester was considered the best place in the UK to locate a business. A report commissioned by Manchester Partnership, published in 2007, showed Manchester to be the "fastest-growing city" economically.
Manchester city centre is now on a tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, mainly due to the network of canals and mills constructed during its 19th-century development.
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