Kings Business Are Excited to Announce the Sale of Top Plaice Chip Shop
27th February 2020
This prime chip shop property in Wigan, Lancashire is now under new ownership.
This single storey premises has positioned itself as a prominent takeaway outlet in the local area. Before this vacant chip shop property closed, it had a large customer base, and was a popular choice for food in the area.
Its location was a significant strength for the chip shop. Being in close proximity to a large number of residential dwellings, and a prime main road frontage, the business developed an excellent reputation in the local area.
Prior to closing, Top Plaice Chip Shop was renowned for providing the best quality fish and chips in the local area. The vendor reached the decision to retire, leaving in place an excellent chip shop property to acquire. They also left in place an opportunity with significant potential for growth.
Kings Business recognised this, and they were excited to bring the opportunity to market. Once it was brought to market, it generated substantial attention, from a variety of interested parties. It received a lot of enquiries, and after only 2 viewings and 1 offer, the business was eagerly acquired by a first-time buyer. The buyer has considerable experience in the sector, and they were looking for a new venture to acquire.
The prime trading location was what ultimately influenced the sale, and the vendor now looks forward to getting the business up and running and returning it to its former trading level. They wish to consolidate its place in the locality, with the aim of earning a place at the centre of this close community.
The vendor commented;
“I was happy with Steve’s assistance when he took over the sale.”
The buyer commented;
“The sales process greatly improved when Steve took over the deal.”
“I am happy to now be in the business and trading and I am making progress with the business.”
Lead negotiator Stephen Croft commented;
“I was very happy to see this sale complete as we had to overcome many challenges and delays from the local council. I am pleased to hear the buyer is now trading and moving forward.”