Derby Riverlights, the in-receivership leisure scheme that includes five restaurants, two hotels and a casino, is up for sale.

Colliers International, which has been appointed to market the property, is looking for offers in excess of £23 million for the five-storey 200,000 sq ft site, which also houses the bus station, let to Derby City Council on a 150-year lease.
Completed in 2010, Riverlights is next door to Westfield Derby shopping centre and Derby’s council offices.

“The scheme is a modern mixed use gateway development which will benefit from Derby’s new leisure hub, to be constructed adjacent to an Olympic-sized swimming pool as part of the Council’s £50m leisure strategy,” said Colliers director Tim Meakes.

Colliers’ Licensed & Leisure team is also acting as joint letting agents for the two remaining vacant units within the scheme, both available on a new 15-year lease.