Excellent Contractors Plant; Vehicles, Workshop Equipment and Building Materials

 

 

Wrenco Panorama

On the instructions of S Muncaster Esq. and S Clancy Esq. of Duff & Phelps Ltd the Joint Liquidators of Wrenco (Contractors) Ltd & Others

Piecemeal (subject to Conditions of Sale and unless sold previously)

Excellent Contractors Plant; Vehicles, Workshop Equipment and Building Materials 

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Hitachi ZX135 US-3 13500kg Tracked Excavator (2013); Two Hitachi ZX35 3200kg Tracked Midi Excavators (07 & 05); Two Takeuchi TB016 1600kg Tracked Mini Excavators (2013); Terex TA6S 6000kg 4WD Articulated Dumper (2013); Winget 7000kg Articulated 4WD Dumper; Two Bomag BW 120 AD-4 Twin Drum Articulated Ride-on Rollers (07); Bomag BW 80 ADH02 Ditto (08); Benford Terex MBR71HE Pedestrian Roller; BG Pavers 210 V25.48 Paver

Three Ingersoll Rand 721 Mobile Diesel Site Compressors (02); Fuel Safe 500 Mobile Bunded Gas Oil Bowsers; Two Fuel Safe 300 Ditto; Fuel Safe 150 Bunded Gas Oil Bowser; Mobile Water Bowser; 17 Excavator Buckets; Three 1500kg Brick/ Block Grabs; Belle Cement Mixer; Norton Clipper Floor Saw; Wacker Compactor Plate;Probst Block Grabs; Probst Manual Lifting Grabs; Pneumatic Breakers; Vibratory Poker; Hand Tools; Road & Site Safety Signs; Safety Cones; Mortar Tubs; Site Safety Fencing & Bases; Plastic Safety Barriers; Temporary Bus Stops; Ladders; Plastic & Steel Floor Plates; Wheelbarrows; Concrete Barriers; Four 20ft Steel Cargo Containers;Tecalemit SF8837 3000kg Two Post Vehicle Lift; Taybur 1500 Diesel Pressure Washer; Workshop/ Garage Equipment etc.        
 
Stocks of Bricks; Blocks; Coping Stones; Kerb Stones; Stone & Granite Flags; Stone; Cement; Plastic & Ceramic Piping; Drainage Equipment; Manhole Covers; Grids; Gabion Baskets/ Reinforcing Steel & Timber
 
Iveco Eurocargo 75E17 Tipper (05); Five Ford Transit T350 Ditto (07 – 02); Ford Transit T350 Mobile Site Office/ Welfare Vehicle (06); Three Toyota Hiace 280 Panel Vans (59 – 03); Four Peugeot Partner Vans (07 – 04); CitroenBerlingo Ditto (00); Nissan Qashqai Visia (08); Skoda Roomster 2 TDI 80 (07); Daihatsu Sportrak ELX I 4WD Estate; Ifor Williams & Indespension Twin Axle Plant Trailers and Lansing Linde H45T 4500kg LPG Fork Lift Truck 

Bidding:             Closes from 12 noon Tuesday 23 September 2014
View:                  From 10am to 4pm Monday 22 September 2014
At:                      Sefton Lane Industrial Estate, Maghull, Liverpool L31 8DN UK

Contractors, Highway Maintenance, Traffic Management & Municipal Commercial Vehicles and Vans – VIEWING TUES 16 SEPT

On the instructions of AWL Truck Sales and Hire following their decision to consolidate the stock hire fleet and locations
Piecemeal (subject to Conditions of Sale and unless sold previously)

Major Online Auction
Contractors, Highway Maintenance, Traffic Management & Municipal Commercial Vehicles and Vans 

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Please click here to download a copy of the Online Auction CatalogueMainly ex-authorities / ex-hire vehicles to include:-Refuse Collection:- 10 Mercedes Econic 8×4, 6×4 & 6×2 (07-02) & 19 Dennis Elite 6×4, 6×2 & 4×2 (07-04);Gritters:- 14 Mercedes Actros/ Atego 6×6, 6×4, 4×4 & 4×2 (04-01), Four Daf 6×4 & 4×2 (03-01), Four Iveco Cargo 4×2 (03-02), Two MAN LE 6×4 (05), Five Volvo FL 4×2 (03-01), Seddon 6×4 (01) & Foden S85 6×4 (1982); Drop-side Tippers:- Mercedes Atego 4×2 (08) & Two Iveco Eurocargo (08); Skip Loaders:- Two Daf LF 4×2 Chain (05) & Mercedes Axor 8×4 Hook (07); Beavertail Plant Transporters/ Recovery:- Iveco Stralis 6×2 (08), Scania P94 4×2 (2000) & Isuzu N75 4×2 (09); Iveco Cargo 4×2 Dropside Tipper Gritter (05); Daf LF 4×2 Platform Flat (06); TwoDaf LF 4×2 Tail-Lift Box (06 & 05); Three Isuzu NQR 4×2 Refrigerated Box (05-04); Iveco Cargo 4×2 Curtain-side (04); Iveco Cargo 4×2 Drop-side (04); Mercedes Atego 4×2 Drop-side Crash Cushion (03); Daf CF 4×2 (04) &Mercedes Econic 4×2 (07) Traffic Management Drop-sides; Daf LF 4×2 (03) & Mercedes Atego 4×2 (03) Chassis Cabs

Mitsubishi L200 (02) & Toyota Hilux (02) 4×4 Crew-Cabs/ Pickups; Ford Transit Connect (06) & Nissan Terrano SWB Vans; Dennis Fire Engine & JCB Telehandler/ Lift Truck


Bidding:            Closes from 11am Wednesday 17 September 2014
View:                From 10am to 4pm Friday 12 and Tuesday 16 September 2014
At:                    Hallam Fields Rd, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4AZ. UK

Animal Feed Milling, Coarse Ration and Micronising Plant and Equipment – Online Auction

Animal Feed Milling, Coarse Ration and Micronising Plant and Equipment

On the instructions of the directors of Joseph Stewart and Co Ltd due to cessation of production
Piecemeal (subject to Conditions of Sale and unless sold previously)

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Bidding: Closes from 12 noon Thursday 2 October 2014
View: From 10am to 4pm Tuesday 30 September & Wednesday 1 October 2014 or by appointment
At: Corn Mills, Mill Road, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Ireland

Tietjen GDL 25 Dual Rotation Hammer Mill;  Buhler DFZC-1155 Ditto; Airmaster MJX/70/L/8/11 Dust Filter Unit; Five CPM 7932-11, 7932-9, 7122-2 (x2) & 6122-2 Pelleting Presses; Feeder Screws & Conditioners; TwoMicronising Co (UK) MR20 Gas Fired Micronisers each c/w Mogensen TS1 1250/5000 Vibratory Beds & Turner 550 1000mm x 550mm Two Roll Flaking Mills; Christy & Norris 2 Tonne 3-tier Horizontal U-Trough Mixer; Coarse Ration Mixing Screw Conveyor; Salmatec Salmacon 2030 Twin Rotor Molasses Mixer; Geelen Counterflow Box Cooler; CPM 7HRS Two Deck Horizontal Pellet Cooler; Kahl BK2020/03 Ditto; Two 1.5 Tonne Loadcell Hopper Weighers; Three Turner 8ft x 4ft & 5ft Single & Twin Deck Screens; Buhler Vibratory Screen; Buhler Miag  MK ZM 9510 Motorised Rotary Drum Screen; Disa Bin / Silo Venting Units; Dust Control Units by DCE Airmaster;Walter Tubular Electro / Magnetic Separator; Permanent Magnetic Separators; Aerzen Blower; Fats Coating Conveyors; Bulk Bag Emptying Stand; Pneumatic Slide Valves & Diverters; Steel Blow Line; Centrifugal Fans; Cyclone Separators / Dust Separation Units; Rotary Air Seals / Valves; Water / Molasses / Fats Header Tanks & Pumps; Steam & Liquids Flow Control & Metering Equipment; Control Panels & Inverters; Datastor & Allen Bradley Control Equipment; CSL Power Factor Correction Panel; Main Distribution Board & Switch Panel; 1000kVa Oil Cooled Transformer; Approx 25 Belt & Bucket Elevators (up to 20m high – some galvanised steel cased); Approx 40 Single / Twin Chain & Flight Conveyors mainly by Carier & UMT (some galvanised & stainless steel cased); approx 60 Screw Conveyors & Bin Dischargers (some galvanised steel cased)

Five Corrugated Galvanised Steel Bulk Storage Silos (1 x 225 tonne & four x 90 tonne capacity); Two Compartment x 80 Tonne Cell Bolted Galvanised Steel Grain Storage Bins; Crittall Type Compartmented Bulk Outloading Bin (11 x 24 tonne cell & one x two compartment x 12 tonne cell); Four x 80 Tonne Meal Bulk Outloading Bins; Four x 12-14 Tonne Pre Packing Bins; Four x 24 Tonne Ditto; Eight Compartment x 14 Tonne Cell Bolted Steel Bulk Outloading Bins; Four x 32 Tonne Galvanised Steel Flake Storage Bins; Pre-Press / Process / Buffer Bins; Plant Housings & Entablatures; Three x 50, 25 & 18 Tonne Vertical Steel Fats Storage Tanks; Three x 50 Tonne Vertical Molasses Storage Tanks; 40 Tonne Horizontal Ditto; 10 Tonne Soya Oil Ditto; 13 Tonne Horizontal Stainless Steel Soya Oil Tank

BIB Cochran Wee Chieftain 627kW Oil Fired Horizontal Boiler (05); VEB Elektromotowek KPER 315 My6 NS VL Generator; Cardinal 60 Tonne Loadcell Weighbridge; CFM 3907W Centralised Vacuum; Electric Chain Blocks & Wire Rope Hoists; Two  Portable Jackleg Buildings (25ft & 16ft); Three Horizontal Steel Fuel Oil Storage Tanks (2 x 7000 & 1 x 8500 litre capacity); On-site Product Recovery Cyclone Receiver Unit; Two Orwak 8010 & 3500 Waste Compactors; Bramidan 4-x30 Ditto; Premier Pallet Inverter; Three Ingersoll Rand SSR M18.5 UNI/7/8/H & UP5-22-7 Package Air Compressors; Johnson Air Receivers; Compressed Air Dryers

Assorted Unused Spares and Stored Plant & Equipment:- including Press Dies; Cones; Grinder Screens, Frames, Beaters & Wear Plates; V Belts; Gearboxes; Electric Motors; Conveyor / Elevator Casings; Ripener / Kettle Conditioner; Electrical Equipment; Reconditioned Flaking Rolls

Holmen Pellet Durability Tester; Loadcell Weighing Platforms; Laboratory Oven; Top Pan Balance; Moisture Analysers by Ohaus, Harvester  Dickey JohnKahl Pellet Hardness Tester; Atago N3 Hand Refractometer

Animal Feed Milling, Coarse Ration and Micronising Plant and Equipment

Tel: +44 (0) 161 259 7000
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It is likely a sole principal contractor will be appointed to remove ALL of the fixed plant and equipment.  The contractor will produce a priced list (for the removal of and loading onto purchaser’s transport) available for inspection prior to the sale closure.  Please note this contract is entirely between the purchaser and the contractor.  Further details are available from Stephen Jepson or Roy Tubman of Sanderson Weatherall LLP, tel: +44 (0) 161 259 7000

Positive start to office market activity in Leeds

The Leeds Office Agents’ Forum (LOAF) has released its quarterly office take-up figures for the Leeds office market which, for the first three months of 2014, show a positive start to the year.

DePuy Building

DePuy Building

Activity in Leeds city centre for the first quarter (Q1 2014) reached 140,778 sq ft across 41 deals. Whilst this is a 40% decrease in take-up compared to the same period last year the Forum points to Q1 2013 being exceptionally high by Leeds’ standards and the start to 2014 signals continuing confidence in the market.  The largest office letting in Q1 2014 was University of Law’s relocation from York to 15 – 16 Park Row agreeing to 26,337 sq ft of space.

Richard Dunn, Partner at Sanderson Weatherall, said

2013 set a real precedent as Leeds recorded the best office take-up for over 15 years – levels we are unlikely to repeat at present given relatively constrained stock levels.  That said, the completion of 41 city centre transactions in the first three months is extremely healthy, though we are still finding that deals continue to take time to complete.”

Grade A supply continues to become more constrained although the Forum points to the upcoming practical completions at Evan’s Minerva, MEPC’s 10 Wellington Place and later in 2014, Formal Investments’ 21 Queen Street, which will help address this. Other office refurbishments will also add to the supply chain over the year.

Developers are well aware of the supply/demand imbalance and the question on everyone’s lips is when we will see a return of speculative or largely speculative development.


Richard Dunn
Partner, Agency
(0113) 221 6137
richard.dunn@sw.co.uk

Business Rates in the April 2014 Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s April 2014 budget is another missed opportunity to help the struggling business ratepayers of the north.

It was already known that the chancellor had provided a minor fillip for UK retailers by knocking £1,000 off their rates bills and limiting the uniform business rates increase to 2%, but this is really just nibbling at the edges of the problem.

Whilst Mr Osborne did announce a welcome three-year extension to enterprise zones and a brand new zone for Coleraine in Northern Ireland, coupled with an unexpected and welcome cut in energy costs for manufacturing businesses, there was no measure which addressed the issue of business rates.

Eighteen months ago the coalition government controversially postponed the intended 2015 Rating Revaluation planned from a time when it was most needed, until 2017. The result has been that northern ratepayers continue to heavily subsidise London and the south of England, where media reports now regularly report a rapid economic recovery. The cranes have returned to the London skyline, but one must ask what help is there for the north?

Why the government continues to prevaricate on business rates when urgent steps are both needed and could easily be taken is a modern mystery.

We have been lobbying for some time for the postponed revaluation to be brought forward to 2016, a move which the Valuation Office Agency could readily cope with, coupled with a commitment to future revaluations occurring more often, every three years.

In a similar vein it has also been recommended a new tax be levied on online internet sales at point of sale, with 100% of the new revenues gained being dropped into the national business rates pot to provide new reliefs for struggling high street retailers.

We advocate a new look at methods of valuation applied to high street shops to put them on a level playing field with pubs and petrol filling stations, where fair maintainable trade and petrol throughput become determining factors towards the level of assessment.

There should also be a comprehensive review of current reliefs and exemptions as recommended by the 2007 Lyons Inquiry which, as well as creating new concessions, may result in the removal of some current ones.

Last but not least, a considerable number of small assessments which attract the sheer numbers of appeals could at a stroke be removed from rateability altogether, thereby exempting many small businesses from rates altogether.

A reform of the Business Rating system is thankfully now being proposed following the report on 4th March 2014 of the House of Commons Business Innovation and Skills Committee …now they just need to get on with it!


Robert Brown BSc FRICS FIRRV is Head of Rating Services at Sanderson Weatherall; President of the Yorkshire & District Institute of Revenues, Rating and Valuation and a committee member of The Rating Surveyors’ Association.
(0113) 221 6120
robert.brown@sw.co.uk

New data shows Leeds office take-up highest on record for 15 years

A surge in occupier demand for office space in Leeds last year has resulted in the best take-up figures for over 15 years providing further evidence of the recovery in regional leasing markets as economic conditions improve according to newly released data from the Leeds Office Agents’ Forum (LOAF).

According to office market data compiled by the leading commercial property agents in Leeds, 2013 occupier take-up in the city centre reached a full year total of 794,043 sq ft, the largest transactional volume for 15 years and a 96 per cent increase compared with 2012 (405,951 sq ft). Out-of-town activity reached 491,082 sq ft, a 44 per cent increase on the previous year (340,374 sq ft).

Specifically in Quarter 4 (Q4) transactional activity in Leeds city centre totalled 254,798 sq ft across 34 deals, a phenomenal 262 per cent increase on the same quarter last year (70,361 sq ft). Activity was boosted by two larger sized deals: Leeds City Council taking 50,000 sq ft of new, additional space at Merrion House and KPMG agreeing terms on 28,271 sq ft at Broadgate.

The out-of-town market recorded 200,987 sq ft in the last three months of 2013, a 203 per cent increase compared with the same quarter last year (66,370 sq ft). Of the 22 deals to complete, the largest was Lowell Group taking 81,911 sq ft at Leeds Valley Park.

Richard Dunn, Partner in Agency commented:

As we expected, Q4 take-up has been strong with some sizeable new lettings both within the city centre and out-of-town markets. In all, we’ve seen the best level of transactional activity for over 15 years; driven in part by improving confidence in the wider economy which has had a positive ‘knock on’ effect on occupier sentiment and ultimately their confidence to make property decisions.

The pre let market is well and truly back evidenced across the year by the deals involving Leeds City Council, KPMG and Shulmans. The level of smaller sized deals below 5,000 sq ft, of which there were 18 in the city centre and 16 in the out-of town market in Q4, shows that whilst encouragingly the activity has been driven by expansion we are continuing to see the usual churn of lease events and consolidation.

Whilst 2013 take up levels make for great headlines the supply of available new quality accommodation has obviously reduced even further with less than 200,000 sq ft of Grade A space currently available which is approximately just nine months average Grade A take-up. This extremely low level supply means that currently only one building can realistically accommodate a requirement over 30,000 sq ft. There is now a genuine opportunity for developers and property owners to focus on building speculatively and complete high quality Grade A refurbishments.

The Leeds Office Agents’ Forum was established to collate and distribute definitive market information. Its members include Sanderson Weatherall, BNP Paribas, Carter Towler, CBRE, Colliers International, DTZ, Eddisons, GVA, Jones Lang LaSalle, Knight Frank, Lambert Smith Hampton, Savills and WSB.

MAJOR SALE OF WOOD WASTE BIOMASS ENERGY PLANT (NEW 2009/2010)


On the instructions P A Flint Esq. & B Green Esq. of KPMG the Joint Administrators of Sandsfield Heat & Power Ltd (In Administration)
Piecemeal (subject to Conditions of Sale and unless sold previously)

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Bidding: Closes from 12 noon (local time) Wednesday 15 October 2014 (offers for the plant considered prior to auction)
View: Strictly by appointment with the agents
At: Sandsfield Heat & Power Ltd, Catwick Lane, Brandesburton, Driffield, YO25 8SB, UK


Plant available immediately by private treaty as a complete unit for removal or to remain in-situ *

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Siemens SST-110 CA36K 3482kW Steam Turbine; Indar BZK-630-L/10 4000kVA AC Generator; Thorne/ BIB Cochran Steam Drum Boiler c/w Thorne/ BIB Cochran Waste Heat Unit; Thorne/ BIB Cochran Economiser; Thorne International Boiler Services Super Heater Chamber; Serck Como Hamworthy Steam Condenser; Two Bioflame Designed Steel Refractory Brick Lined Furnace Chambers c/w Comtherm EF0300/H Oil Burners & Steel Refractory Brick Lined Residence Chambers and ash removal conveyors

Saxlund Six Track Walking Ladder Push Floor Intake c/w Spreader Auger and chain & scraper conveyor;Mogensen SPL SRS 5000/800 – L356 Single Deck Vibratory Screen; Dantherm FS722/5.75/805(805) Six Section Dust Filter Unit c/w Reitz Centrifugal Fans; ABB ACF-NT Emission Control c/w Durag D-RE 250D+D-RE 250T Monitor Equipment; Transicon Power Distribution & Control Panels; Parker K-MTR Unit; Chain & Scraper/ Flight, Screw & Auger Conveyors by Tramco and WAM up to 16m long

Two x 30 tonne (Sodium Bicarbonate Capacity) Loadcell Mounted  Storage Silos; Plastic Bulk Liquids Storage Tanks (two x 30,000 & one x 7,000 litre cap.); Dosing Pumps & Pumps by FlowserveGrundfosClarke & VerderflexAWE Ltd UO 2000 BW Reverse Osmosis Unit; Park Water Treatment Equipment; Approx. 125 lin. m. Stainless Steel Coolant Piping up to 300mm dia.

FG Wilson Packaged Generator Set (understood to be 550kVA); Six Van Spall DVVD AWS 16 Fan Coolers; Two Worthington Creyssensac ROLLAIR 1500 Package Air Compressors; Air Dryer, Galvanised Steel Air Receiver; Two Harlequin 10,000 litre Plastic Bunded Fuel Oil Storage Tanks and Flowserve 1.19m³ Blowdown Vessel 

Tel: +44 (0) 113 221 6210
auctions@sw.co.uk
It is likely a sole principal contractor will be appointed to remove ALL of the fixed plant and equipment.  The contractor will produce a priced list (for the removal of and loading onto purchaser’s transport) available for inspection prior to the sale closure.  Please note this contract is entirely between the purchaser and the contractor.  Further details are available from Stephen Jepson or Mark Crow of Sanderson Weatherall LLP, tel: +44 (0) 113 221 6210
* Subject to successful purchaser agreeing terms with the Landlord