Businesses for sale in Worcestershire, West Midlands
Established for over 27 years. Registered with Ofsted early years register and the compulsory and voluntary childcare registers for 37 children. Good Ofsted report. The nursery operated for 50 weeks a year, sessions are from 7.45am to 6.00pm. The nursery offers full days, half days, breakfast club a..
Characterful town centre hotel, with 13 letting bedrooms and two-bedroom owners accommodation. EPC rating - exempt...
Restaurant and bar located in historic Worcestershire. £330k ex vat from the last financial year with a 70/30 dry/wet split. Bar and restaurant caters up to 88 covers with an extra 100 covers outside, as well as room for a marquee. Outstanding catering kitchen fitted to a high standard. Three doubl..
High volume country inn with a main road location, it has 18 letting bedrooms including significant and sympathetic extensions. Atmospheric bar and restaurants for around 120. Opportunity for excellent levels of trade from this high capacity business...
Site located within walking distance of the town centre to be sold with planning permission for a student accommodation block of around 100 rooms. The site is clear and currently used as a car park and demand for student accommodation from Worcester University is extremely high. Excellent developmen..
A well established, owner-run, business providing private and light commercial vehicle servicing, repair and MOTs. Based in Worcestershire, it has operated from the same premises for 25 years, which includes customer parking and waiting area. Well-known and highly regarded locally...
Detached care home for residents with learning disabilities, registered for six residents and has six rooms. Well-established domiciliary care service which provides care for people in their own homes. EBITDA £172k...
Two learning disability homes, one supported living property and a domiciliary care service. Located over three sites within half a mile radius, high occupancy. EBITDA £228k...
Two partner practice, based in Worcestershire. Total Profit before Partners/Director drawings for 2016 ? £214k. This is a general practice, with one office. Approximately 600 clients. Office premises are leased (one office, two leases). One partner is looking to wind down over the next 2 to 3 years..
Bespoke fans manufacturer. Excellent premises. Huge reputation, well-established. Handover available. GP 41%...
Registered for 12 residents. Eight single rooms, all of which are en-suite and two shared rooms. Offers care to elderly residents as well as respite care. Plans have been drawn for two additional double ensuite rooms and lift access (subject to planning permission). ..
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Local information: Worcestershire, West MidlandsWorcestershire is located in the West Midlands region of central England. From 1974 to 1998 it was administered as part of Hereford and Worcester. To the west, the county is bordered by the Malvern Hills and the spa town of Malvern, and its two main rivers are the Severn and the Avon.
In the nineteenth century, Worcester was a centre for the manufacture of gloves; the town of Kidderminster was a centre for carpet manufacture, and Redditch specialised in the manufacture of needles, springs and hooks. Droitwich Spa, situated on large deposits of salt, was a centre of salt production from Roman times, and one of the principal Roman roads runs through the town. These old industries have since declined, to be replaced by other, more varied light industry.
A large area of the county was traditionally devoted to fruit farming, and the Vale of Evesham is still famous for its ĎBlossom Trailí in the spring.
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