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Report - Tulip Foods Ltd, Coalville - August 2015

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by AuntieKnickers, Sep 6, 2015.

  1. AuntieKnickers

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    Originally a Co-op Bakery, this was built in the 60’s and employed 40 people. In the early 90’s, Co-op sold the building to a new business called Belvoir foods Ltd(later becoming Belvoir Bacon Ltd). In 2007, Tulip Ltd bought Belvoir Bacon Ltd and moved the business to Bardon Industrial Estate. Soon after, TS Bloors briefly used the ground floor, converting this part of the building into cold storage. Since Tulip left the premises, The upper floors have been left empty, only local kids have been bothered with this part. It was constructed close to a well and next to the railway for more efficient production and transport.
    Currently for sale for £250k

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