LM6 acting on behalf of the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust have sold the former Ambulance Station in Billinge.
The station was built in 1961, extends to approx. 155.43 sqm (1,673 sqft) and occupies a self contained site of 0.11 Ha (0.27 acres).
The disposal forms part of a wider consolidation programme, creating Wigan Community Fire and Ambulance Station in Newtown. This new facility provides a combined home for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) and North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) to help them operate from improved and more efficient premises.
The hub replaces an existing fire station in Wigan and ambulance stations in Wigan, Standish, Hindley, Atherton and Billinge.
The Billinge site was sold to a local motor engineering firm.
Anthony O’Keefe, Director at LM6 comments:
We continue to advise NWAS on a series of consolidation projects across the Region and are delighted to have sold this site following a competitive bidding process, obtaining best value for the Trust.
At this time I would also like to thank the hard work and dedication of the all the Trust Staff & Ambulance Crews as we continue to navigate through these testing times’.
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