Leemar Estates Ltd provides
Office & Retail Space
in Stockport

Leemar Estates have owned Pear Mill since 1978, and the mill has changed over this time. As a company we manage our sites to maintain longevity with our many tenants . Many tenants are over have been with us for over ten years, and we strive to work with them, and maintain our buildings to a high standard.

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Our Location

Pear Mill is an impressive building, situated in an excellent business location near the M60 and Manchester Airport. We are also in close proximity to rail networks.

Click here to see a map showing Pear Mill’s locality to Railway Stations, Manchester City Centre, Manchester Airport and the M60.

Unit sizes and costs

Units from 2500 Sq Ft to 15,000 Sq Ft
at £2.00 per Sq Ft.

Whole floors at 31,500 Sq Ft

Archive storage from 3000 Sq Ft to 6000 Sq Ft
at £4.50 inc rent, rates,elec and ins.

Office space from £4.50 per Sq Ft.

All units are sub metered for utilities.

There is a charge for buildings insurance
which is currently running at 21p per Sq Ft.

No charge for parking.

All are plus VAT.

Our service charge covers the following…

1. 24 hours security all year round.
2. Maintenance of road ways and car parks.
3. Roof maintenance.
4. Lift maintenance and service contracts.
5. Sprinkler maintenance.
6. Maintenance of upkeep of common parts.
7. Cleaning of common parts.
8. CCTV.
9. Fire alarm maintenance.
9. FREE extensive on-site car parking

History of Pear Mill

Pear New Mill was designed as a double cotton spinning mill, though the second mill was never built. It is on the northern bank of the River Goyt in Bredbury, Stockport,Greater Manchester, in England. It is a GradeII* listed building. Pear Mill, Stockport, was an Edwardian mill, one of the last cotton spinning mills to be built, commencing production in July 1913. The architects were A.H. Stott & Sons and the building is typical of their work, but due to difficulties in financing, it was completed by P.S. Stott. It was constructed with concrete floors, and meticulous detailing. The power was provided by a Manhattan type steam engine by George Saxon & Co. Transmission was by a rope drives.

Pear New Mill was designed as a double cotton spinning mill, though the second mill was never built. It is on the northern bank of the River Goyt in Bredbury, Stockport,Greater Manchester, in England. It is a GradeII* listed building. Pear Mill, Stockport, was an Edwardian mill, one of the last cotton spinning mills to be built, commencing production in July 1913. The architects were A.H. Stott & Sons and the building is typical of their work, but due to difficulties in financing, it was completed by P.S. Stott. It was constructed with concrete floors, and meticulous detailing. The power was provided by a Manhattan type steam engine by George Saxon & Co. Transmission was by a rope drives.

The mill had 137,312 mule spindles which remained until the 1950s when they were replaced by 33,636 ring spindles, the mill being electrified at the same time. It ceased operation as a textile mill in March 1978.

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