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Park Rose Village acquires Bridlington tourist attraction

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Park Rose Village Acquires Bridlington Tourist Attraction

Park Rose Village Limited has acquired the Park Rose Leisure Park in Carnaby, Bridlington, which it intends to develop to appeal to more tourists with additional attractions. The purchaser was advised by Clarion with Santander providing funding.

The deal sees the 13 acre site sold by Park Rose Limited and acquired by a the new, unrelated company, Park Rose Village Limited, owned by property investors James Horsley and Trevor Pearce.

Following four months of improvement work over the winter, the venue comprises an outlet of The Original Factory Shop, a birds of prey centre, and a small animal park and wildlife centre - it also has a pottery seconds shop and a cafe. Further development is underway to create a play barn, a children’s character village and other family entertainment facilities, these are due for completion in time for the summer school holidays in mid July.

James Horsley, director of Park Rose Village Limited, said: “We have set up the company specifically to provide an entertaining day out for the whole family. My business partner, Trevor Pearce, has extensive experience of developing this type of shopping and leisure venue having been involved in Hornsea Pottery leisure parks at Lancaster and Hornsea and then the development of the Hornsea Freeport Shopping Village.

“As well as enhancing the site by improving the existing facilities and creating a park-like environment we have also undertaken a development programme to add to the amenities and increase its appeal to families 364 days a year.

“Having known the Clarion partners for many years, I was confident that the firm would provide an excellent service not only in relation to advising on the acquisition, but also in formalising leases with existing tenants.”

Clarion’s property team offers a full range of services from developer, investment, asset management, corporate occupier work through to secured lending.

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