This freehold development plot extends to just in excess of 3 acres and would be suitable for a variety of uses. Situated only 8 miles West of Durham, the site sits in the commuter town of Crook in the picturesque Wear Valley.
The land is the balance of a wider residential scheme developed out by Miller Homes and Haslam Homes and we understand that it has been readied for development by Miller under the terms of the original sales contract.
The land has been safeguarded for future residential development, but would also suit a variety of other uses.
Development Opportunity for sale Pipers way, old town, Swindon
A unique opportunity to purchase a site of approximately 1.35 acres (0.54 hectares) with detailed planning permission for a mixed use scheme comprising a ground floor convenience store, 18 apartments and 16 town houses with no affordable housing requirement.
Development Opportunity - Pipers Way, Old Town, Swindon, SN3 1SA
Type: Mixed use, Land, Residential Land, General Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land, Residential, Retail
Pipers Way, Swindon, SN3 1TXGBSwindonWiltshireSN3 1TXPipers Way
6.82 acres (2.76 hectares) of strategically positioned land adjoining the existing settlement boundary of Appledore. For sale by Informal Tender. Closing date: 12:00pm on 14th September.
Property features • Stunning Sea Views • 6.82 Acres • Allocated in Development Plan • Mixed Residential / Recreational Use • Sale by Informal Tender • Closing Date: 14th September
SITUATION The land is positioned on Staddon Hill, above the pretty coastal village settlement of Appledore, between the residential roads of Riversmeet (south) and The Mount (north). There are panoramic views over the Taw and Torridge Estuaries towards Crow Point, Saunton Sands and Instow and around towards Hartland Point to the west.
Appledore boasts an historic quay, cobbled streets and former fishermen’s cottages, offering a good range of amenities and services including a primary school and a church.
The port and market town of Bideford is approximately 3 miles away and offers a wider range of amenities including schooling for all ages (public and private), banks, various shopping facilities, places of worship and three supermarkets.
DESCRIPTION Extending to approximately 6.82 acres (2.76 hectares), the land comprises two pasture fields presently used for grazing with exceptional and uninterrupted views out to sea. The land is level adjacent to the road and slopes down towards the northern boundary. There is a single building measuring approximately 12m x 7m, with rendered elevations.
PLANNING The land adjoins the settlement boundary of Appledore to both the north and south and is allocated in the current Development Plan under Policy BID28 for a mixed residential and recreational use. Policy BID28 allocates 0.2 hectares of the overall site for a residential development of up to three dwellings.
However, it is understood that at present the Local Planning Authority cannot demonstrate a five year housing land supply and there may therefore be an opportunity to justify a different development, though this would be subject to the specifics of any application. Appledore is defined as a Principal Centre, within the Strategic Centres section of the current Torridge Development Plan.
For Sale - Land - Appledore, North Devon Coast, EX39 1RE
Riverside Gateway is a major town centre edutainment, retail and leisure development, which benefits from an existing open A1 planning consent for 120,000 sq ft.
The site is opposite the Frenchgate Shopping Centre and close to Doncaster Railway Station, University Campus Doncaster, and the existing and well established retail along York Road comprising Smyths, Morrisons, CoOp, Iceland, The Range, B&M, Pets at Home, Exercise 4 Less etc etc...
The opportunity now comprises a edutainment anchored scheme (as launched at Revo 2017!) with retail, leisure and hotel opportunities.
Please contact the sole letting agents Barnsdales for further details. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3801 )
Riverside Gateway, Marshgate, Doncaster, DN5 9AD
Type: Retail - High Street, Land, Healthcare, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Retail, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure
The site is in Holt, a prosperous market town, and forms part of the Heath Farm development area on the east side of the town centre, immediately to the south of the A148 bypass which leads to Cromer. A new roundabout junction has been created on the bypass to provide access to the development area and the subject site sits adjacent to the roundabout, with frontage to the A148. The Heath Farm development extends to over 35 acres and with the initial infrastructure in place, Lovells are currently building the first phase of new residential development. The development has planning consent for up to 215 new dwellings, public open space and employment land for a variety of potential uses. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 164982 )
Heath Farm, Holt, NR25 6JUHTTPS:/
Type: Land, Leisure Property, Other, Research & Development, Commercial Land, Licensed & Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities
An exciting opportunity has arisen to acquire a site in Shoebury Garrison which has planning permission. The site is opposite a Primary School, adjacent to a large Sainsbury Local and within a large housing development which completed approximately 10 years ago.
Planning has been granted for change of use from offices (B1) to six dwelling houses (C3), alter front and rear elevations with balconies to rear, layout refuse, cycle storage and associated parking and amenity space to rear.
Interested parties can search the planning documents under reference 16/00889/FUL.
A Gateway Commercial Development Site located off the A57 on the borders of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.
15.4 ha (38 acre) employment land site Outline Planning consent for B1, B2 and B8 uses New access proposed off the A57 Strategic Location on the gateway to Worksop Available as a whole or could be split Potential for higher value uses (subject to planning) Situated equidistant from the M1 and A1 ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103147 )
Strategic Employment Land Site, Shireoaks Common/Gateford, Worksop, S81 8AE
Woodton has a settled resident population with a flourishing village shop, village hall, church, nursery school and primary school and a secondary school is located in nearby Framingham Earl, Long Stratton, Loddon and Bungay. The village is also home to the Kings Head free house.
The parish has a population of 482 (2011 Census).
The development is predominantly rectangular in shape and extends to 0.96 hectares (2.37 acres) which has previously been utilised as a nursery and currently houses a number of glass houses and ancillary buildings.
Access to the site is via The Street, a short distance north of its junction with the Hempnall Road. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 334572 )
The Old Nurseries, The Street, Bungay, NR35 2LZ
Type: Land, Other, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The Old Nurseries, The Street, Woodton, Bungay, NR35 2LZGBSouth Norfolk, BungayNorfolkNR35 2LZThe Street
The site is L shaped and extends to approximately 1.75 acres (0.71 hectares) The site is occupied by a number of existing buildings.
The site currently comprises Masters House in the southern portion of the site. This was originally constructed as Lambeth Workhouse in 1870, forming part of Lambeth Hospital for a number of years. The Grade II Listed building is now is now occupied by the Cinema Museum. Two further Victorian buildings, Gate House and Gate Lodge, are also located at the south entrance to the site off Dugard Way. Gate House is let to the Cinema Museum, whilst Gate Lodge is currently vacant.
The former Woodlands Care Home occupies the north section of the site. The site was formerly occupied by Lambeth Hospital until its closure in 1976 and the care home was constructed on-site in 1995. The building has been vacant since 2013 as it is now surplus to vendor’s requirements. A disused car park occupies the area immediately adjacent to the nursing home.
Woodland and Masters House, London, SE11 4TH
Type: Leisure Property, Land, Residential, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land
Woodland and Masters House, Kennington, London, SE11 4THGBLambeth, LondonSurreySE11 4TH1, Dugard Way
A rare opportunity to purchase a really interesting property with tremendous development potential both as an individual property or possibly two separate properties. Situated on the top of the hill at Chadderton Heights with panoramic views in this beautiful rural setting. At present the residential part is a detached one bedroomed bungalow with considerable potential to extend plus there is a large separate barn/workshop with four stables (33ftx40ft), which is very useful as existing but also could be convert to a separate residential dwelling. The land and garden extend to approximately 0.75 acres. There may be a possibility to relocate the buildings and develop as one larger property subject to planning etc. VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
27 Chadderton Heights, OL1 2SRGBOldhamLancashireOL1 2SR27, Chadderton Heights
This vacant parcel of land which benefits from outline planning (17/00179/OUT) permissions for a residential development of 7 dwellings, 6 no semi detached properties and 1 no detached property, decision dated 5th June 2017. The site area measures approximately 1320 sq m (0.32 acres) and is situated in a mixed residential and commercial location situated close to Ashton under Lyne town centre, the metrolink and associated amenities. The planning approvals subject to matters reserved to be approved by the local planning authority.
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Ann Street, Ashton-under-lyne, OL7 0NGGBAshton-under-LyneGreater ManchesterOL7 0NGAnn Street
The site extends to approximately 9.25 acres (3.74 ha) and currently has planning consent for retail use, however, alternative uses on the site including residential are considered appropriate. The proposed development is located beside Peel Park Business Park and is in close proximity to Hairmyres station, Hairmyres Hospital and St James Retail Centre.
- Prominent development opportunity. - Suitable for residential and other uses (subject to Planning consent) - Adjacent to proposed 108,000 sq ft retail development.
Development Opportunity in Prominent Location For Sale in East Kilbride
Type: Residential, General Retail, Land, Retail, Commercial Land
Peel Park, East Kilbride, G74 5PBGBSouth Lanarkshire, GlasgowLanarkshireG74 5PB5, Redwood Place
Prime residential development opportunity in popular market town. Two adjoining Grade II listed residential dwellings offering substantial accommodation over three floors, with a further two-storey link house immediately to the rear. Roddam House and Beaumaris House are attractive, three-storey terraced buildings, which have been divided to provide communal rooms on the ground floor and dormitory accommodation and bathrooms on the upper floors. The link house provides standard three-bedroom living accommodation. Additional land/access available by negotiation. Town centre location close to all local amenities.
Roddam House & Beaumaris House, Lower Bar, Newport, TF10 7BJ
The site comprises an irregularly shaped parcel of garden land totalling circa 3.12 hectares (7.7 acres) which lies south of Springfield Farm. The site is currently a large residential garden which is laid to lawn and interspersed with mature trees. The site boundaries are marked by mature planting on all sides, with woodland demarcating the southern boundary.
The land benefits from outline planning permission for up to 25 dwellings (P16/V0234/O), with 35% affordable housing provision (9 dwellings). The indicative dwellings range in size from 1 to 5 bedrooms, with scale, appearance, layout and landscaping reserved for consideration at a later date.
A pond is situated in the western part of the site, which is due to be retained in line with the existing outline planning consent. Access to the site is achieved via the entrance to Springfield Farm off Bullockspits Lane, south of the Faringdon Road. The new development will be on a private road, off Bullockspit Lane. At present the site is surrounded by residential properties to the north and open countryside on the other three sides. We understand that residential development is taking place to the north west and north east of the site.
Springfield Farm, Abingdon, OX13 5HJ
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Springfield Farm, Bullockspit Lane, Abingdon, OX13 5HJGBVale of White Horse, AbingdonBerkshireOX13 5HJBullockspit Lane
The property is situated off Arthur Drive on the popular Hoo Farm Industrial Estate, accessed directly off the A449 Worcester Road, opposite the modern Easter Park industrial development.
Kidderminster is approximately 1 mile distant, with the A449 linking to the A456, providing direct access to Birmingham approximately 19 miles distant. Motorway access is provided via J5 M5 approximately 13 miles.
The property provides a steel frame warehouse/workshop premises with two storey offices on an extensive, secure site providing excellent yard and parking provision.
The offices are of full height brickwork with flat roof over, with UPVC windows and doors, providing open plan offices to first floor and private offices, reception area, kitchenette, W/C’s and stores to ground floor. Further lightweight offices are built within the warehouse providing a boardroom, offices and stores. The offices benefit from oil fired central heating, fluorescent tube lighting, fully carpeted and with suspended ceilings in part.
The warehouse is of brick/blockwork construction surmounted by a lined profile clad roof incorporating translucent roof lights. The warehouse benefits from a concrete floor, 3.2m eaves and integral W/C and office with access via an electric roller shutter door to the side elevation.
Externally, the site provides a wealth of hard-core surfaced storage land to the rear, accessed via a security barrier and otherwise fully palisade fenced with security lighting.
Arthur Drive, Hoo Farm Industrial Estate, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11 7RA
Type: Land, Industrial, Warehouse, Distribution Warehouse, General Industrial, Industrial Park, Light Industrial, Storage, Commercial Land
Ellison Close The site is located approximately 1.5 miles from Windsor Town Centre in a well-established residential location just off Clewer Hill Road close to the junction with Winkfield Road (B3022) and with good access to Imperial Road which in turn connects with M4 (J6) just 2 miles away. There is a good range of local facilities including a wide range of schools, shopping facilities and served by a good level of public transport services. The site comprises a level area of land with a disused derelict bungalow and gardens plus detached garage, workshop and store. The site has good road frontage and backs onto a well-established residential close. Offers are invited for the freehold interest of the site either conditionally subject to planning or unconditionally. Vacant possess of the freehold interest is offered on completion.
The Seckford Foundation has a history dating back to the 16th century when a local philanthropist Thomas Seckford endowed his Clerkenwell estates for the benefit of Woodbridge and the surrounding area.
During the 17th century the remaining member of the Seckford family joined with a number of other eminent Suffolk families to found Woodbridge Free School, which moved onto its current site in 1867, upon its merger with Seckford’s endowment. Since then the Foundation has continued to develop and evolve its activities and resources for the benefit of the local community. This sale will fund an important programme of further improvements to the facilities at Woodbridge School.
Queen’s House was built in 1914 and is currently used to house the School’s pre-prep department. It will become redundant upon completion of modern facilities within the Abbey, where the School’s prep department is located. Queen’s House is located immediately against the northern boundary of the site and benefits from a direct access off Bredfield Street which we understand to be an adopted highway and maintained at public expense.
Although this building is not statutory listed by Historic England, it is a significant building and is identified within the Conservation Appraisal for Woodbridge. The south eastern view from the house is noted as an important view within the Conservation Appraisal for Woodbridge.
The site is irregular in shape and extends to approximately 2.32 acres (0.94 Ha) and accommo