Read about the continuing rise in popularity of leasehold transactions, who will be the end winners of the arguably ‘sale of the century’ and the impact of the Wyevale Garden Centre sales on garden centre values.
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September 2018: Gilbert Evans advised Hillview on its recent sale of Studley Green Garden Centre, High Wycombe to Capital Gardens that now owns four centres across London and the south-east. Hillview had owned and operated the leasehold site for four years. Mike Gilbert, partner at Gilbert Evans, explains: “Hillview decided that… read more »
Visit us in Hall 19 Stand N45 For most of this year there has been much rumour and conjecture around the sale of Wyevale and the impact it is having/will have on values, marketing, demand across the garden centre industry. We are delighted to announce that we have been involved… read more »
As part of Blue Diamond’s financing plan to acquire eight Wyevale Garden Centres, Gilbert Evans advised BlackRock Investment Management on the sale and leaseback of three centres. The sites involved were two Wyevale properties, Melbicks and Percy Throwers and an existing Blue Diamond site, Brambridge. Mike Gilbert, partner at Gilbert… read more »