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Traditional fish & chip shop in the heart of Port Glasgow on the market

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has been instructed to sell Louis’s Fish & Chip Shop, in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde.

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Located on Bay Street, the business sits within an attractive Victorian style parade of shops in the town centre, and is popular with locals and visitors alike. The town was once famous for its historical ship building, fishing and sea trade and is now a bustling town which has received significant investment over the years. The area’s new retail parks and residential developments have increased footfall throughout the town centre, increasing trade for local businesses.

The current owner, Marco Mazzoni, has built up the business’s fantastic reputation in the area for providing great quality, traditional fish and chips. He is now selling to focus on other business interests, leaving an opportunity for someone new to take over and move the business forward.

A new owner may seek to introduce new additions to the business, such as a home delivery service and extending the classic fish and chips menu. The unit gives any owner a fantastic opportunity to grow the turnover and ultimately the net profit.

Mark Lavery, Associate Director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale, comments, “This is a great opportunity for any new buyer to purchase a very successful business in the heart of Port Glasgow. Extremely popular within the local community and beyond, there is an opportunity to increase the already high turnover it commands.”

Louis’s Fish & Chip Shop is on the market on a Leasehold basis, at £450,000.

For further information on this press release, contact:

Bronte Hughes, Corporate Communications Manager
P: 07721 420 656 or E:  

Contact the agent:

Mark Lavery, Associate Director – Retail Scotland
M: 07526 175 850 or E:   

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