• Outline planning for 200 dwellings and 70 C2 apartments • Located approx. 8km (5 miles) north of Cambridge • Approx. 14.16 ha (34.99 acres) in all • For Sale as a Whole or in 2 lots • Closing Date for Offers – Friday 2nd March 2018
Residential Development Site
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land at Cottenham, Near CambridgeGBCambridgeCambridgeshireCB24 8TJRampton Road
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE (with outline consent)
• Freehold land and buildings. • Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 14. no Dwellings and all associated infrastructure (LPA Ref: 1/0550/2016/OUT). • No affordable housing (zero %). • Circa 1.65 acres (0.67 ha) level site. • Prominent and accessible town centre location close to all local amenities. • Significant technical due diligence available. • Vacant possession available at completion. • Proposals invited on an unconditional basis.
The property comprises a brownfield site situated centrally within the town to the West of School Lane and a short distance from the town centre and local amenities. There are a number of existing commercial buildings remaining on site from its use as a former transport depot which consist of both concrete block and cladding construction. Surrounding the main buildings is a mix of open yards and a car parking area surfaced with concrete and asphalt hardstanding together with a small parcel of land to the South which links the site directly onto New Street.
The site slopes gently from North to South and is mostly surrounded by residential properties on all sides with the exception of a small retail store adjoining the main site access. The main access to the site is on the East boundary off School Lane with a second access from New Street.
Residential Development Opportunity
Type: Residential, Retail, Land, Commercial Land
Torrington: Land off School Lane, EX38 8BNGBTorringtonDevonEX38 8BN1, New Street
The site presently comprises a former quarry and adjoining woodland within the development boundary of Dyserth extending to approximately 17.3 acres (7ha). There is potential for residential or tourist related development subject to planning.
Dyserth is a village located in Denbighshire, North Wales with a resident population of 2,269 (2011) and is known for its extensive quarrying remains, waterfalls and mountain (Moel Hirradug).
Full details and information pack available upon request.
Land off High Street, Dyserth, Rhyl, LL18 6AB
Type: Land, Other, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
High Street, LL18 6ABGBRhylDenbighshireLL18 6ABHigh Street
· 1.44 acres of prime building land · Residential outline planning permission · Stand-alone development site with access from Shepherd Lane · Easy access to all amenities · Nearby countryside
The site comprises some 1.44 acres or thereabouts of agricultural grassland with the benefit of outline planning permission (all matters reserved) to residentially develop on a stand alone basis.
Setting within the town: Shepherd Lane (now bisected by Minster Way) is a country lane on the southern edge of the historic county and market town of Beverley.
South of Minster Way Shepherd Lane is ideal for walking and hacking out. Victoria Road (A164) is accessed via Lincoln Way and Minster Way and provides easy access to the town centre, port and City of Kingston Upon Hull, Humber Bridge and motorway network.
Site Location: The site is situated south of Shepherd Lane and north of Minster Way (which includes a very wide verge/landscaped area) and is bounded to the west by an open dyke and mature tree belt. Morrison's and the retail park is about 500m to the west.
Beverley: The market town of Beverley has character in abundance. With an awe-inspiring Minster, historical buildings, cobbled streets, and small town charm, there is something for everyone. Beverley has an up market shopping experience including charming courtyards and has many high street names. In addition there is an interesting selection of smaller independent shops. The Georgian Quarter has architecturally fascinating streets, divided by the 15th Century North Bar and contains a great number of listed buildings, and a wide variety of shops. Flemingate, East Yorkshire's newest retail and leisure destination, is home to many shops, a cinema and multi storey car park.
Land at Beverley
Type: Residential, Retail, Land, Leisure, Commercial Land
Shepherds Lane, HU17 8PHGBBeverleyEast Riding of YorkshireHU17 8PHShepherds Lane
Site extends to 0.69 acres (0.28 hectares) Existing 3 bedroom bungalow Planning application submitted for 4 individual detached houses
At any reasonable time with the benefit of these particulars. If prospective purchasers wish to inspect the existing bungalow internally, arrangements will need to be made with the selling agents.
This potential development site is located on the outskirts of the village of Bothenhampton which in turn lies to the southeast of the historic and popular market town of Bridport. The site is believed to lie within the development boundary of the settlement. A good range of local facilities are provided in Bridport and the coast at West Bay is only some 1 ½ miles distant.
The property comprises the site of an existing bungalow which is believed to have been built in the 1970’s/80’s. The land slopes to a central low point and is presently an uncultivated area of former garden and paddock. A planning application has been submitted for the development of the site with 4 additional dwellings. One comprises a 3 bedroom chalet style property, one property is a 3 bedroom detached house and the two further properties are 4 bedroom detached houses.
A copy of the application together with the proposed plans are available from the agents.
The accommodation within the existing property is as follows:
Entrance hall Sitting room Kitchen/utility room 3 bedrooms Bathroom and WC
The property is freehold.
Each party is responsible for their own legal costs in this transaction.
Details will be available from the agent shortly.
It is believed that all mains services are available close to the property and the agents have details of existing services. It is to be noted that an electricity line runs through the middle of the property and negotiations are ongoing with the Electricity Board with respect to its undergrounding.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender at a date to be advised. Offers will be accepted on a subject to planning basis.
Church Rise, Bothenhampton, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 4BP
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Church Rise, Old Church Road, DT6 4BPGBBridportDorsetDT6 4BPOld Church Road
A regular shaped greenfield parcel of land extending to approximately 2.93 hectares (7.24 acres), Outline Planning Permission secured in October 2017 for the erection of 48 residential dwellings, popular and attractive village with a good range of local amenities close to Hadleigh, Sudbury and Ipswich, close to A12 and A14 and 14½ miles from Manningtree Station providing a regular and direct London service in circa 60 minutes.
FOR SALE BY WAY OF AN INFORMAL TENDER - BEST OFFERS BY 12 NOON FRIDAY 11TH MAY 2018.
A level, roughly rectangular shaped site extending in total to approximately 2.93 hectares (7.24 acres), currently classified as Grade 3 agricultural land.
The site has a frontage to the B1078 Ipswich Road of 120m (394 ft) which is also from where the site will take its vehicular access, an average width of 108m (354 ft) and a depth from Ipswich Road to its northern boundary of 235m (771 ft).
SERVICES We understand that all mains services are available within close proximity of the site, although the vendors can give no guarantee as to the exact location and capacity of these services. Interested parties should therefore make their own enquiries in this regard with the service provider.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING Outline Planning Permission was granted on 20th October 2017 for the erection of 48 dwellings, with detailed consideration of the access (Application number B/15/01433). A copy of the Planning Permission is available on request. There is an S106 Agreement requiring the payment of £189,971 and an Affordable Housing provision of 35%. Further details on request.
The site is situated on the south eastern edge of affluent village of Bildeston, which lies about 5 miles to the north of Hadleigh, 11 miles to the north east of Sudbury, and 15 miles north west of Ipswich.
Access to the A12 and A14 roads are close by and Manningtree Station (14.5 miles away) provides a regular, direct service to London Stratford (for Crossrail) and London Liverpool Street, in circa 60 minutes.
The village has a population of circa 1,000 and is one of 10 ‘Core Villages’ located within the District of Babergh. It offers a good range of local services including a primary school, medical centre, general store and post office and 3 pubs, including the award winning and nationally renowned Bildeston Crown Hotel.
INFORMATION/LEGAL PACK An information/legal pack is available on request.
OVERAGE PROVISION There will be an overage provision incorporated into the sale documentation under which the purchasers or their successors in title will be required to make an overage payment to the vendors in the event that a revised Planning Application is successful, that increases the density of development on the site, or any part thereof, beyond the 48 units permitted under the existing Outline Planning Permission or are successful in negotiating with the Planning Authority a reduction in the S.106 obligation/costs, from what is set out in the existing S.106 Agreement. The overage payment is to equate to 50% of any uplift in the value of the land, between the value with the benefit of the existing consent and the value under the new Planning Permission. In the event that the payments/obligations set out in the existing S.106 Agreement are successfully reduced, then the overage payment will be based on 50% of the savings negotiated. This overage will remain in place for a minimum of 10 years from completion of the initial sale of the site.
TENURE Freehold with vacant possession on completion of land edged red on Ordnance Survey plan opposite and a right of way into perpetuity over the land shaded blue. The site area set out includes both areas.
LEGAL COSTS Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
VAT will be payable on the purchase price at the prevailing rate.
METHOD OF SALE The site is being offered for sale by way of an Informal Tender, with offers to be submitted on the Tender Form available from the Agent and received at the offices of Banks Long & Co no later than 12 noon on Friday 11th May 2018.
Offers are invited for the whole site edged in red on the site plan on the rear of the Tender Form.
Unconditional offers will be preferred but Conditional offers will be considered. In the case of Conditional bids, the conditions attached to the offer must be clearly set out on the Tender Form.
Offers must be made for fixed sum unrelated to any other offer or event. Offers received by email will be acceptable.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VENDORS DO NOT BIND THEMSELVES TO ACCEPT EITHER THE HIGHEST OR ANY OTHER OFFER RECEIVED.
VIEWING The site can be viewed from the road during daylight hours but interested parties are advised to carry a set of our property particulars with them.
Residential Development Land, East of Artiss Close & Rotherham Road, Bildeston IP7 7BF
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Land East of Rotherham Road, Bildeston Artiss Close, Ipswich, IP7 7BFGBIpswichSuffolkIP7 7BFLand East of Rotherham Road, Bildeston, Artiss Close
The property comprises a substantial 2-storey stone built building, which is believed originally to have been constructed as a single dwelling, together with attic levels and basement. To the rear is a small “granny flat” type unit, providing living area, bedroom and bathroom and, to the middle of the site is a former barn, which is in the process of conversion to provide a detached 3-bedroom house.
The site also includes some garages which are to be demolished as part of the scheme, before completion can take place, together with an area of land suitable for external car parking. The property occupies a pleasant position looking towards the tennis courts, bowling green and park in the centre of Wilsden.
The property comprises a substantial former detached dwelling in the process of conversion. Royd House itself, currently provides accommodation at ground and first floor level, with basement and attic development opportunities.
The accommodation is currently as follows:-
4 rooms, hallways, lobbies etc. in the process of conversion
Incorporating 5-bedrooms with bathroom facilities.
Partly boarded out attic storage accommodation
Single storey converted storage building providing bedroom, living area and bathroom.
The former barn is currently in the process of conversion, the floors and most dividing walls having been installed in preparation of creating a 3-bedroom detached dwelling.
Garden, yard and car parking areas, together with garages (to be demolished)
We understand a variety of planning consents in relation to the conversion of the property have been granted and we have plans available demonstrating some of the alternatives which have been considered. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the planning situation with regard to the property by making their own enquiries of the Local Planning Authority.
Royd House, 130 Main Street, Wilsden, BD15 0AS
Type: Land, Commercial Land
130 Royd House , Main Street, Bradford, BD15 0ASGBBradfordWest YorkshireBD15 0AS130, Main Street
The property comprises of an old telephone exchange building located on a split level site of approximately 0.28 acres (0.15 ha) with tarmac surface in part. The building is configured into an 'L' shape with double storey office accommodation to the rear, warehouse/stores to the front and a basement and detached stores. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2038441 )
The Property comprises a vacant 3 storey commercial building with a Grade II listed façade, consisting of retail uses (A1) at ground and first floor level and storage/ancillary uses at second floor. The Property sits within a broadly rectangular site extending to approximately 0.18 acres (0.07 hectares).
The frontage to Thames Street consists of two buildings, Number 11 and Number 13, the former of which is Grade II listed and is located within the Kingston-Upon Thames Old Town Conservation Area. The building has undergone extensive work internally and only the façade remains of the original structure. The rear of the existing building was developed in the 1980s.
11-13 Thames Street, London, KT1 1PH
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
11-13 Thames Street, Kingston, London, KT1 1PHGBKingston upon Thames, Kingston upon ThamesSurreyKT1 1PH11-13, Thames Street
The site extends to approximately 10.81 acres (4.37 ha) and currently comprises of agricultural land with an existing residential dwelling (199 Chester Road) the curtilage of which forms the access to the site. The site is bordered to the north and east by residential development, to the south by a substantial single dwelling and open countryside to the west. Access to the site is via Chester Road to the north of the site, which forms a prominent road frontage and arterial road through Poynton.
The modern building comprises three floors each with an open plan 'floorplate' with a centrally located stair core and male and female WCs off at each level. There is light office partitioning which can be removed allowing the occupier to create the layout which best suits their business.
The third floor has a suspended ceiling and recessed lighting whilst the ground and first floors have fluorescent lighting. The building has UPVC double glazed windows and a new gas fired boiler.
To the rear is a large car park surfaced with brick pavoirs accommodating a minimum of 9 cars (potentially up to 17 double parked).
The open plan floorplates of each floor would also lend themselves to conversion into potentially 10-12 flats subject to planning. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2871 )
Apollo House, Chapel Place, Ramsgate, CT11 9SB
Type: Office, Land, Offices, Commercial Land
Apollo House, Chapel Place, Ramsgate, CT11 9SBGBThanet, RamsgateKentCT11 9SB22, Chapel Place
The site and its surrounds are considered to be industrial in their character and appearance. The site is broadly square in shape and contains trees and grass land areas. The site boundaries comprise the Huddersfield Broad Canal and River Colne. Falling within Flood Zone 3 the majority of levels on site suggests these maybe areas above the more general zoning. A topographic survey is available with flood risk assessment and enviro report on request. The proposed development is for B1c, B2 and B8 industrial uses. A layout plan is available upon request, showing an industrial development scheme of circa 30,500 ft2. There are two easements within the site associated with the Waste Water Treatment Works which need to be considered when undertaking development. Please note that Yorkshire Water will require access across the site and it will be the purchasers responsibility to provide an estate roadway within the development which provides unrestricted access at all times.
Genesys House and Genesys Court provide a fantastic opportunity for any potential investor, developer or owner occupier alike. The plot extends to approximately 0.25 acres in total, providing generous office accommodation across the two buildings, along with ample parking and yard area. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103401 )
Genesys House & Genesys Court, Denton Drive, Northwich, CW9 7LR
A 13.74 acre (5.7ha) part-cleared greenfield site of sloping terrain benefitting from unencumbered vehicular access points off Bryn Hawddgar and Tan Y Coed Road and having outline planning permission for approximately 70 dwellings. The land possesses the potential to accommodate a further 60 dwellings subject to all necessary consents. Please refer to the technical pack for indicative scheme layouts. Planning permission was first obtained for a residential development comprising of 70 dwelling houses with associated residential and open space (outline permission) in March 2008 (2006/0650). This was subsequently renewed in April 2011 (2011/0329) and once again in June 2015 (2013/0425) Permission was granted subsequent to signing of a Section 106 agreement requiring: 12% of the total number of units to be developed as affordable houses. Highway Improvement contribution of £132,215 (payable in phases)
SWINTON GRANGE DESCRIPTION Swinton Grange is an established and successful business location set in a stunning landscaped environment yet only a short drive from the extensive amenities and facilities of Malton. The Business Park is already the base for high quality firms such as PLB ltd, Remote Marine Systems, Escada Systems and Rebecca Scott Lighting. THE PROPOSAL We are able to offer buildings that will provide the floor areas below (approximations based on architects drawings and on a gross internal basis); Plot 1 Building – 462.5 sq m (4,977 sq ft) single storey Plot 2 Building – 730.7 sq m (7,863 sq ft) two storey Plot 3 Building – 730.7 sq m (7,863 sq ft) two storey Plot 4 Building – 464.9 sq m (5,002 sq ft) single storey Please refer to the plans below which detail the position of the plots within the overall site. We can tailor each unit to individual occupiers and sold on an effective freehold or let on a new full repairing and insuring lease for a minimum term of 15 years. Alternatively we are able to sell the building plots so businesses can carry out the construction themselves. Each plot will be provided with connections to mains electricity, water and drainage and buildings can have electric, oil or propane gas central heating systems.
SWINTON GRANGE, YORK YO17 6QR - COMMERCIAL BUILDING PLOTS or NEW BUILDINGS FOR SALE
Type: Business park, Land, Office, Design & Build, Mixed Use, Research & Development, Offices, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The property comprises a previously developed site which has now been cleared and has the benefit of planning consent for the development of a 4 storey building to provide 24 apartments (21 x 2 bed apartments and 3 x 1 bed apartments) with parking.. For further information we recommend that interested parties visit the planning portal on Selby District Councils website and use the reference 2005/0862/FUL in order to view the relevant documents and plans. Plans are available on pdf from the agents.
SELBY, YORK YO8 8BN - Redinetial Development Opportunity - FOR SALE
Type: Residential Land, Land, Residential, Commercial Land
The property comprises an attractive cottage style two storey mainly rendered brick building beneath pitched tiled roofs with single storey extensions to the rear. The Vendors are to retain the existing beer garden, but the attractive well laid out patio is included. The property is also served by a surface and white lined 16 space car park. The plan in Appendix 1 shows the demise to be sold edged in green. The land to be retained is edged red.
Attractive Freehold A Road Uttoxeter freehouse - £274,999
Type: Leisure Property, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Land, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land