Maple Ridge Garden Centre (formerly known as Aylings Garden Centre) in administration

by | May 31, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Alexander Mackie Associates Ltd. (AMA) have been asked by the joint administrators, Tim Dolder and Trevor Binyon of Opus Restructuring LLP to find a buyer for Maple Ridge?Garden Centre, 5 Bedroom Detached Residential House and in total 23.1 Acres (9.35 Hectares) of Land located at Trotton, Rogate, Petersfield, Hampshire. GU31 5ES.

The garden centre is located on and has a frontage to the busy A272 at Trotton and is set within the South Downs National Park, close to affluent population areas and the A3 Motorway.

On-site buildings/structures include glasshouses, twin bay multi-spans, canopies, pergolas, a timber building housing the caf? along with various other outbuildings.

Two concessions on-site (Garden Machinery Sales & Repairs and Caf?, both on leases).

Alexander Mackie Associates Ltd. (AMA) are seeking offers in the region of ?1,900,000.00 plus saleable stock at cost valuation.

The administrators are hoping to keep the garden centre trading whilst a buyer is found.

All enquiries and offers are to be directed through Alexander Mackie Associates Ltd., 153 Maidstone Road, Borough Green, Sevenoaks, Kent. TN15 8JD. Telephone: 01732 522222, Facsimile: 0870 706 0372, Email:

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