The site comprises a cleared residential development site, which is regular in shape extending to a gross area of approximately 1.97 hectares (4.86 acres) and a net area of approximately 1.84 hectares (4.55 acres).
We are informed that Abbey Meadows and Abbey Park Road are both adpoted Highways.Planning
The property lies within the jurisdiction of Leicester City Council, who are currently working on a new Local Plan. The plan will replace the 2006 Local Plan and the 2014 Core Strategy. The site is situated witin the Abbey Meadows regeneration area as defined within the City of Leicester Local Plan (CLLP) and the Abbey Meadows Supplementary Planning Document.
The site was granted detailed planning consent (Reference 20080333) for 93 apartments and 66 three and four bedroom house of which fiver were to be affordable on 11 April 2013. This consent has now expired. The applcation can be viewed on the Leicester City Council Planning Database;
Interested parties with planning enquries should contact the Planning Team at Leicester City Council;
T: 0116 454 1000
We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are available to the site. However, prospective purchasers should make their own enquires through the relevant authorities as to the exact availability and capacities. Further technical information can be made available on request.Tenure
The site is held on a freehold basis.
The site comprises a cleared development site, which is irregular in shape and gently slopes from west to east. It extends to approximately 5.3 hectares (13.08 acres). We understand that the net area extends to the region of 2.43 hectares (6.46 acres).Planning
The Property lies within the jurisdiction of Leicester City Council, who are currently working on a new Local Plan. The plan will replace the 2006 Local Plan and the 2014 Core Strategy.
The site has the benefit of a detailed planning consent (Reference 20071480) for 93 apartments (12 of which were affordable) and 68 three, four, five and six bed houses (17 of which were affordable). An extension of time in connection to this application was granted in May 2014 (Ref 20131484), subject to a S106 agreement. The extension of time will expire in May 2017. The respective applications can be view on the Leicester City Council Planning Database;
Due to the size and location we understand the site may have scope for alternative use subject to necessary planning consent. Interested parties with planning enquiries should contact the Planning Team at Leicester City Council.
T: 0116 454 3031
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We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are available to the site. However prospective purchasers should make their own enquires through the relevant authorities as to the exact availability. Further technical information can be made available on request.
The property comprises a level site extending to approximately 0.27 acres (0.11 ha) with access and frontage on to Highcross Street.
The site comprises two industrial buildings together with a hard surfaced yard area. The industrial buildings are currently occupied by two third party businesses (a dye house and a car valeting bay) on occupational agreements. One agreement has expired and the other agreement expires on 1 March 2017. Both tenants are understood to pay £1,250 (excl. VAT) per month, generating a current gross annual rental income of £30,000 per annum. The hard surfaced yard is currently occupied by a third party as a public car park on an informal arrangement.
Sought after city centre location Total size area of 0.27 acres (0.11ha) Within close proximity to the Highcross shopping centre Allocated in adopted 2015 Leicester Waterside SPD for mixed use development Currently income producing - circa £30,000 per annum gross Terms
We are marketing the Freehold title. Offers are invited on an unconditional basis.Planning
The site has potential for mixed use development, subject to appropriate planning consent being obtained. The site lies within the Leicester Waterside strategic regeneration area. Leicester City Council have an adopted Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for Leicester Waterside which is publicly available online. The SPD allocates the site for mixed use development up to six storeys in height. Potential uses include residential, leisure, employment and community. Interested parties should contact Leicester City Council to satisfy their own planning enquiries on 0116 454 1000.