We have noticed an encouraging level of interest in the former Sealine International complex in Kidderminster.

The 11.38-acre site in Whitehouse Road was a landmark in the town for more than four decades before Sealine went into administration in April. The brand name was subsequently sold to a pan-European Investment Holding.

The premises, which comprises buildings with a total area of circa 260,000 sq ft, is being offered freehold and is being sold as a whole or in three separate parts.

Ourselves and joint agents Jones Lang LaSalle were appointed by the administrators to dispose of the site, and MP Mark Garnier said that he had high hopes that the manufacturing premises would soon be occupied and that the building’s heritage for innovation would continue.

“It was a sad day for the town when Sealine closed but I’m confident as we see signs of the economy recovering, the property will once again turn into a thriving industrial complex providing long term employment opportunities for the local community,” he said.

Jacqui Bayliss from our Worcester Office said: “Interest in this site has been constant ever since the premises was placed on the market.

“The site’s size and location holds massive appeal for local businesses as few premises of this size are quality are currently available. With the manufacturing industry currently in the throes of revival, we expect a good level of interest.”

For further information, contact Harris Lamb on 0121 455 9455, Jones Lang LaSalle on 0121 643 6440 or visit www.sealinekidderminster.co.uk