→ Prominent site fronting Town Wall Street (A20) → Approximate site area of 1.85 acres → Site adjoins the new St James’ Development – occupiers include Next, M&S, and Cine UK → Site can be used for a variety of uses (subject to planning) → 12 million people passing through Dover by Ferry ⁽¹⁾ → Over 330,000 visitors to Dover Castle per year ⁽²⁾
Prime redevelopment site: All enquiries
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Townwall Street, CT16 1LNGBDoverKentCT16 1LNTownwall Street
• Strategic Land on the edge of Ipswich Borough, 185 acres (75Ha) • Versatile arable land as investment or vacant possession • Circa 5 acres of commercial allotments, head lease yielding £3,000 per annum • Located within indicative routes of proposed Ipswich Northern Bypass • Guide £2.5 Million
Playford Lane, Ipswich, IP5 1DP
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Playford Lane, Ipswich, IP5 1DPGBIpswichSuffolkIP5 1DPPlayford Lane
Development site for sale of approximately 1.62 ha (4 acres)located at Asda, St Leonards Street, Dunfermline The site, circa 1.62 ha / 4 acres, is located south of Elliot Street / Millhill Street with access of St Leonards Street / the A823, a principle main route heading south from Dunfermline town centre to Rosyth, the M90, the Forth Bridge and Edinburgh beyond. The area is mixed in terms of land uses with residential to the north, east and west and Asda and other commercial / retail roadside uses to the south.
St. Leonards Street, Dunfermline, KY11 3AY
Type: Land, Commercial Land
St. Leonards Street, Dunfermline, KY11 3AYGBDunfermlineFifeKY11 3AYSt Leonards Street
The premises briefly comprise a three storey stone built property providing office accommodation over four floors together with basement storage.
The property benefits from a passenger lift servicing all floors with male and female WC facilities and kitchenette provisions provided on each level. Heating is provided by way of a gas fired central heating system and double glazed windows are installed throughout.
The premise is available to let as a whole or on a floor by floor basis.
Externally there is a designated car park offering parking for approximately 26 cars.
Mains services contacted to the building include gas, electricity, water and drainage. Please note these services have not been tried or tested and any interested party are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability and condition. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1657 )
The Hoover Building, West Parade, Halifax, HX1 2TE
Type: Office, Land, Offices, Commercial Land
The Hoover Building, West Parade, Halifax, HX1 2TEGBCalderdale, HalifaxYorkshireHX1 2TEWest Parade
Woodredon House is the main house on the Woodredon estate and consists of a large three storey former residential dwelling, measuring approximately 7,136 sq ft GIA and accessed from Woodredon Farm Lane. The House is currently vacant, with the previous use of the property being an 18 bedroom residential care home (Class C2).
The Coach House is a period, two storey detached dwelling located adjoining Woodredon House, with accommodation on the first floor and garages, stores and a study on the ground floor. The property is currently residential use (Class C3) and measures approximately 1,206 sq ft GIA.
Both of the buildings date back to 1889 and are set in approximately 5.78 acres (2.34 ha). The properties are not within a Conservation Area and do not consist of any listed buildings. The sites are designated as part of the metropolitan Green Belt where policy serves to protect its openness.
The building comprises a three storey detached opportunity, together with basement area and associated car parking.
The basement, ground and first floors are used for worship purposes and community activities. Both the ground and first floor are arranged as predominantly open plan accommodation with various WC facilities located throughout. The basement offers a number of individual rooms, kitchen and store areas as well as additional WC facilities.
The second floor is accessed internally and comprises residential accommodation, arranged as five rooms together with kitchen, bathroom and separate WC.
Associated car parking with the building is located to the front and side, with access via Palmerston Road. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 8903766 )
Benington is a small village situated in East Hertfordshire and located approximately four miles east of Stevenage, providing excellent transport links to central London. This site is nearby Benington Primary School and is located 0.8 miles from Benington Recreation Ground and Benington Park. The land occupies a prominent position within the village and is adjacent to The Bell public house. The surrounding area is made up of a mix of residential dwellings and local amenities.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7720 )
Land at The Bell Inn, Town Lane, SG2 7LA
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land at The Bell Inn, Town Lane, Benington, SG2 7LAGBEast Hertfordshire, StevenageHertfordshireSG2 7LA4, Town Lane
Location The site is located fronting onto Garstang Road (A6) approximately 1 mile north of Broughton and the newly completed Broughton Bypass which in turn links to the M6 Motorway at junction 32. The immediate location is subject to significant ongoing development predominantly for housing. The village of Barton lies within walking distance immediately to the north and includes Barton Grange Hotel.
Description The site extends to approximately 0.182 hectares (0.449 acres) and forms part of a wider housing development by Wainhomes Limited. The site offers an ideal development opportunity for a local convenience store or alternative uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.
Services The site will be provided with access and services (capped) to the edge of the site to sufficient capacity. Any queries in relation to services should be directed to Eckersley in the first instance.
Planning The site has the benefit of the development for up to 320 m² (3,445 ft²) gross retail floorspace (Use Class A1) with access directly from the A6. Reference 16/006625/OUTMAJ. Alternative uses may be considered subject to the appropriate planning permission. Please direct any such enquiries via Eckersley. In respect of any other planning related enquiries we would recommend interested parties to contact the local planning authority, Wyre Council (tel. 01253 891000).
Tenure Freehold with the benefit of vacant possession.
Method of Disposal Offers are invited on either an unconditional or conditional basis for the purchase of the freehold interest. All proposals must meet the reasonable satisfaction of the landowner who needs to ensure that the proposal will not prejudice the deliverability and saleability of the retained development land.
For Sale - Commercial Development Land - Off Garstang Road Barton
Type: Land, Retail, Hotel, General Retail, Retail - Out of Town, Commercial Land
Development Site , Garstang Road, Preston, PR3 5DQGBPrestonLancashirePR3 5DQGarstang Road
The site comprises land formerly used as the town’s golf course which in recent years has been used as agricultural grazing land. The site is located to the western edge of the popular settlement of Gretna with new residential development being located to the north of the site at Malor Park. The local Masonic Lodge along with a substantial area of woodland is located to the north east. The west and south of the site is bounded by Loanwath Road with open land extending beyond the site boundary.
Rare opportunity to purchase an unbroken freehold interest residential investment comprising 9 apartments.
The investment is fully let, producing a total gross rental income of £70,440 per annum.
We are instructed to seek offers in excess of £1,100,000, subject to all existing tenancies, contract and exclusive of VAT. A purchase of this level reflects an attractive Gross Yield of 6.11% assuming Multiple Dwellings relief, and discount from VP in excess of 14.96%. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2039126 )
2 - 4 Alness Road, Manchester, M16 8ET
Type: Mixed Use, Mixed Use, Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land
Lincoln is a cathedral city and the administrative and major shopping centre within the County of Lincolnshire with a population of circa 97,795 (ONS 2016 estimate). It is also a university city with over 15,000 students plus staff contributing an estimated £250 million annually into the local economy. The city attracts 3.7 million tourists annually spending circa £1 billion. The Hillcrest Hotel is situated on the southern side of Lindum Terrace, approximately 325 metres to the east of its junction with Lindum Road / Wragby Road (A15), in the prestigious 'uphill' residential area of Lincoln. The property is adjacent to the Arboretum, a park of grade II historic importance situated on south facing slopes which has achieved green flag status. Lindum Terrace is within walking distance of the city centre and the historic Bailgate area, home to the Cathedral and Castle. A former rectory, the Hillcrest Hotel dates from circa 1880 and comprises a generously proportioned detached building constructed of brick under a pitched, slate covered roof with accommodation arranged over four floors. A sympathetic two storey extension added in the 1980s currently provides owner's living accommodation. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2039111 )
The property forms the upper three floors of a substantial four storey building with the ground floor currently trading as a bar. The property was previously used as offices and constructed of concrete with brick elevation beneath a flat, mineral felt covered roof. Each floor is practically identical providing either open plan or partitioned office format and comprises:
Carpet/laminate floor coverings Single glazed window units (some of the elevations to Bank Street have secondary double glazing A combination of electric panel radiators and gas fired central heating Some air conditioning units located within the ceilings Kitchen and WC facilities on each floor. Parking available close by in various municipal car parks within the town centre ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2907 )