Among the listings is a 20,000 sq ft former depot, which the council is accepting offers of more than £1m for.
Money from the sales will go towards supporting council-run services and borough investments.
Here are the sites up for sale with information as provided in council brochures:
- Former depot at 55 Higher Road in Urmston. One acre with vacant 20,000 sq ft industrial warehouse on site. Offers should be more than £1m.
- Former depot at Second Avenue in Trafford Park. One acre with 12,350 sq ft warehouse on site. Offers should be more than £1m.
- 2a Houldsworth Avenue in Timperley. Two-storey, four-bedroom residential property. It is 1,795 sq ft. Offers should be more than £350,000.
- 190/192 Flixton Road in Urmston. Semi-detached properties making up a total of 2,260 sq ft. Offers should be more than £500,000.
- 65 and 65a Roseneath Road in Urmston. Residential property broken into two units. The bottom unit has two floors and is 1,140 sq ft and the top unit is 740 sq ft across two floors. Offers should be in excess of £400,000.
- 350 Flixton Road in Urmston. Largely single-storey former education facility. It is 3,860 sq ft. Offers should be more than £300,000.
The sites have “excellent potential for re-use and/or redevelopment” according to the council. They will be listed for sale by One Trafford Partnership. Read the sale brochures.
“We’ve identified land and properties which are now surplus to Council requirement and are looking to sell them to businesses and developers to bring further regeneration into Trafford,” said Cllr James Wright, executive member for housing and regeneration for Trafford.
“We have great pride in all of our areas, and our vision is to improve connectivity, build successful and thriving places through quality and affordable housing, and create valuable green open spaces and hubs for people to gather and interact,” Wright continued.
“We’ve had a tough year with Covid taking a financial toll on public services. Additional revenue generated from these sales will be vital in re-investing into Trafford’s essential public services.”