The site comprises a roughly rectangular shaped parcel equating to approximately 2.91 acres (1.18 Hectares) or thereabouts, of agricultural land on the edge of Gotherington. A site plan is attached showing the site boundary, the land within the red line is available and land edged in blue is retained by the clients, equating to approximately 0.65 acres (0.26 Hectares).
The site slopes gently from east to west and is currently agricultural land. The site is bounded to the north and east by a hedge and agricultural land. To the south is Gretton Road and to the west is the existing dwelling and the land retained by the clients.
Velocity42 is a 20 acre site at Park Farm Industrial Estate, Redditch. The site is to be developed speculatively and will provide industrial warehouse units from 45,462 sq ft to 92,525 sq ft.
Located in a key distribution area in the heart of an excellent logistics network that allows for easy access to locations across the UK, Velocity42 is the perfect opportunity for any organisation looking to expand or consolidate its operations.
Type: General Industrial, Land, Warehouse, Industrial, Commercial Land
Velocity 42, off Studley Road, Redditch, West Midlands, B98 7HNGBRedditch, RedditchWorcestershireB98 8AAMarket Place
The site comprises a rectangular shaped parcel equating to approximately 30.02 acres (12.15 hectares) or thereabouts, of agricultural land on the northern edge of Swindon Village. A site plan is attached showing the site boundary, the land within the red line is available, land within the blue line is retained by the family.
The nearest site postcode is GL51 9RP.
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Home Farm, Quat Goose Lane, Swindon Village, Cheltenham, GL51 9RPGBCheltenham, CheltenhamGloucestershireGL51 9RPQuat Goose Lane
The site comprises an irregular shaped parcel equating to approximately 5.41 acres (2.19 hectares) on the eastern edge of Badsey. Formerly a market gardening operation, the site accommodates an industrial unit adjoining agricultural use.
Brewers Lane forms the south eastern site boundary with the local cricket and recreation club beyond. There is a new housing development, nearing completion, adjoining the northern boundary. Topography is relatively level over the site and the surrounding area. Existing access is directly off Brewers Lane into the south western corner of the site. This may also be the proposed access for any development proposals.
The adopted Local Plan for the area is the South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP), a joint plan prepared by the three partnering Councils of Wychavon, Malvern Hills and Worcester City. The Local Plan, which was adopted in February 2016, sets out the clear vision for development in the area up to the year 2030.
The SWDP identifies two housing allocations within Badsey, SWDP59/14 and SWDP59x, both situated to the northern part of the village, off Badsey Road. Badsey has been identified within the SWDP as Category 1 village, where there is a level of services and facilities suitable to accommodate market and affordable housing needs alongside limited local employment needs.
In relation to a Local Plan review, Policy SWDP 62 (Implementation) states “Progress on the delivery of the SWDP will be monitored annually and a partial or whole Plan review commenced if the Plan is significantly failing to meet its objectives, or if the policy context requires a review”. The SWDP also states, based on evidence at the time of adoption, that a partial Local Plan review may need to commence by the end of 2019.
The site is outside, but adjoining, the defined settlement boundary. It is outside any designated high risk flood zone and detached from the village Conservation Area. Significant areas to the north, west and south of Badsey are constrained due to high risk flood zones and some areas to the north face multiple ownership constraints.
Land north of Brewers Lane
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land north of Brewers Lane, Badsey, Evesham, WR11 7EUGBWychavon, EveshamWorcestershireWR11 7EUBrewers Lane
The buildings will typically be of single storey steel portal frame construction incorporating circa 5% office content. The eaves height of Plot 403-502 is 6m with buildings on Plot 300 up to 12m in height. All units will have their own dedicated parking and loading areas. Units are available to meet occupiers specific requirements up to 200,000 sq ft. The indicative scheme for which planning consent has been granted provides for 4 separate units of 14,000, 15,650, 64,250 and 133,650 sq ft which can be adapted to meet individual company requirements. 1 acre plot plus space up to 250,000 sq ft.
Type: General Industrial, Land, Warehouse, Industrial, Commercial Land
A parcel of greenfield land with potential for B1 B2 B8 Employment uses - 12.2 acres (4.94 ha)
The site comprises a broadly rectangular shaped and relatively level parcel of agricultural land which has potential for a range of employment uses (B1, B2, B8 - Business, General Industrial, Storage and Distribution). The land is accessed off Bamfurlong Lane, which runs along the western boundary.
The land is available For Sale on a 'Subject to Planning' basis for parties wishing to pursue a commercial planning consent. Bids should be submitted in the prescribed tender form by Thursday 7th March 2019.
Please specify the following when bidding: -Premium - deductible, but non returnable. -Duration of Term(s) -Fixed Price
The site is located on the southern side of the Worcester to the west of the A38 Bath Road, south of the Ketch Roundabout. The A38 Bath Road provides a direct route from the site into the centre of Worcester.
Worcester City Centre is approximately 3 miles to the north of the site. Worcester is situated approximately 30 miles south-west of Birmingham and 29 miles north of Gloucester. Worcester is conveniently accessed off Junctions 6 & 7 of the M5 motorway and has a direct rail link to London Paddington.
Worcester is an attractive location for residential development, boasting a range of facilities and amenities including several highly rated state and private schools, Worcester University as well as an extensive range of high street shops and supermarkets. Worcester is also a large employment area providing a base for companies such as Worcester Bosch, Mazak and Gtech.
The site is approximately 6.67 acres (2.7 hectares) in area and is mainly brownfield. It lies to the south of the extensive residential area of St Peter's and to the north of Kempsey village but does incorporate some greenfield land.
The site itself is made up of a collection of workshop, office and welfare buildings surrounded by a large circulation yard and coach park with an enclosed agricultural paddock to the west.
The site is enclosed by a mature hedgerow along its western boundary. A belt of trees and a mature hedgerow encloses the site to the south. An office building and Clerkenleap farmhouse (office use) lie adjacent to the east.
Lying to the south of Worcester, the development will benefit excellent views over the River Severn towards the Malvern Hills and from being within a short distance of all the local facilities and amenities.
The site benefits from outline planning permission for the erection of up to 66 dwellings and a 32 bed Care Homes under application reference 17/00119/OUT with all matters reserved apart from access.
The planning permission will be subject to a Section 106 Agreement which is expected to allocate 40% of the properties on Greenfield Land as affordable housing and 30% of the properties on Brownfield Land as affordable housing.
The opportunity exists for a developer to acquire and build out this exciting residential development scheme on the edge of Worcester.
We would expect high buyer demand for the open market properties given that the site is very well located, has good access to local services and is convenient not only for Worcester but also for commuters to Birmingham and the wider West Midlands Conurbation.
Offers to be submitted in writing by 12 noon on Friday 8th February 2019' ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103726 )
Land Off Bath Road, Worcester, WR5 3HR
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land Off Bath Road, Worcester, WR5 3HRGBMalvern Hills, WorcesterWorcestershireWR5 3HRBath Road
The Old Fire Station occupies a very prominent position on the corner of Copenhagen Street and Deansway, just off the High Street and near to the Cathedral in Worcester City Centre. Whilst in the heart of the City, a short stroll takes you to the banks of the River Severn and Worcester Racecourse.
Worcester is a Cathedral City with a population of just over 100,000 on the banks of the River Severn.
Worcester is readily accessible by road, rail and air. Junctions 6 and 7 of the M5 provide easy access to the motorway network and Birmingham airport whilst the City has 2 railway stations, Foregate Street and Shrub Hill. A new Station, Worcestershire Parkway, is being constructed close to J7 of the motorway, which will provide sustainable access to regional and national destinations including the south-west, north-east, London and the Thames Valley.
The City has a thriving and expanding University, first class rugby and cricket teams, a picturesque racecourse adjacent to the River Severn and an active arts scene.
It has an excellent retail, restaurant and cafe offering with the CrownGate Shopping Centre and the recently developed Cathedral Square as the focal destinations although there are a number of historic streets in the City providing a wide range of independent boutiques and restaurants.
The imposing three storey property sits at the junction of Deansway and Copenhagen Street but also has a further frontage to historic Fish Street. The building was constructed between 1939 and 1941 and designed by architect Percy Thomas who also designed the former police station building directly opposite.
Originally home to the local fire station, the building now represents a unique opportunity for restoration and redevelopment into a range of high quality bespoke homes, in a courtyard setting.
Overall the building extends to approximately 27,000 sq ft (2,509 sq m) GIA and sits on a site of approximately 0.4 acres (0.16 ha).
Planning consent was originally granted in 2015 for the conversion of the 1st and 2nd floors to 22 residential apartments and for conversion of the ground floor to either retail or restaurant use (A1/A3) on the Copenhagen Street frontage and either office or leisure use (B1/D2) on the Deansway frontage (Ref P15D0331).
This consent was implemented following the discharging of pre-commencement conditions.
A further planning consent - Permission in Principle - was granted on 17th August 2018 for the change of use at ground floor to residential use (9 units) (Ref P18D0310).
Offers to be submitted in writing by close of business on Thursday 7th February 2019
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103722 )
Former Fire Station, 9-11 Copenhagen Street, Worcester, WR1 2HB
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Former Fire Station, 9-11 Copenhagen Street, Worcester, WR1 2HBGBWorcester, WorcesterWorcestershireWR1 2HB3, Copenhagen Street
Option and Promotion terms are nvited - Land at Mayalls Farm, Watery Lane, Upper Welland, Malvern, Worcestershire,WR14 4JX
Approximately 8.4 acres (3.4 hectares) of agricultural land. The land is under the planning jurisdiction of Malvern Hills District Council and is in the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3783 )
Mayall Farm, Watery Lane, Malvern, WR14 4JX
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Mayall Farm, Watery Lane, Upper Welland, Malvern, WR14 4JXGBMalvern Hills, MalvernWorcestershireWR14 4JX8A, Watery Lane
RETAIL INVESTMENT AND RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
- Located in the heart of the historic spa town of Malvern. - Ground floor retail unit let to Shaw Trust Limited on a 10 year lease from 24th June 2012 at a rent of £15,000 p.a. - Separately accessed vacant office space with full planning permission to convert to a two-bedroom apartment. - Shaw Trust Limited is a substantial covenant with pre tax profits of £38 million and net assets of £114 million Y/E 31/03/2017. - Freehold. - We are seeking offers in the region of £295,000 (Two Hundred and Ninety Five Thousand Pounds) for the freehold interest, subject to contract.
The property comprises a three storey end of terrace, providing a retail unit over ground floor and self contained offices to 1st and 2nd floors accessed independently to the rear.
The office accommodation comprises a reception office, storage, open plan office, kitchenette and two further offices over ground, first and second floors.
Planning: Ground Floor Retail: A1 ; Offices: B1 App No: 18/00391/FUL - Permission granted for the development of vacant office space to 2 bedroom apartment. Further plans are available upon request.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2040326 )
59 & 59A Church Street, Malvern, WR14 2AA
Type: Office, Mixed Use, Retail - High Street, Land, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Retail, Commercial Land
59 & 59A Church Street, Malvern, WR14 2AAGBMalvern Hills, MalvernWorcestershireWR14 2AA5, Church Street
Tewkesbury is a town and civil parish in the county of Gloucestershire located approximately 11 miles west of Cheltenham. The land is located to the rear of The Gupshill Manor. The surrounding area comprises predominantly residential dwellings, agricultural land and a primary school. The surrounding area has seen recent residential development schemes including the new Bloor Homes. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7845 )
Land at Gupshill Manor, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 5SG
Type: Land, Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Land at Gupshill Manor, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 5SGGBTewkesbury, TewkesburyGloucestershireGL20 5SGGloucester Road
The site is located in the much sought after and popular village of Himbleton and is accessed via Harrow Lane.
The village of Himbleton lies North East of the City of Worcester, surrounded by the beautiful Worcestershire countryside and has an excellent community spirit with fine facilities including a church, public house, cricket club and First School. Worcester offers a larger range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities and has the historic Cathedral with the River Severn providing added leisure activities. Worcester is also a large employment area boasting a number of large companies including Worcester Bosch and Mazak.
A main line railway station provides direct access to London, Birmingham and other regional centres. Two M5 motorway access points at Worcester offer easy commuting to Birmingham, the wider West Midlands and to the South West.
The site to be sold extends to approximately 1.04 acres (0.42 hectares) as shown edged red on the plan on page 5 and has previously been in agricultural use. The site is accessed from Harrow Lane which is an adopted highway.
The surrounding area is predominantly residential to the south, east and west and is characterised by a mix of semi-detached and detached properties. The site is bounded to the north by agricultural land.
Lying to the West of the village, the development will benefit from views over open countryside.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103393 )
Land At Harrow Lane, Droitwich, WR9 7LQ
Type: Land, Land, Commercial Land
Land At Harrow Lane, Himbleton, Droitwich, WR9 7LQGBWychavon, DroitwichWorcestershireWR9 7LQHarrow Lane
The site is located in the much sought after and popular village of Littleworth and accessed via the Wadborough Road.
The village of Littleworth lies South East of Worcester, surrounded by the beautiful Worcestershire countryside and has an excellent community spirit with fine facilities including a Primary School, church, caf�, Public House and a village hall. The Village is also close to the proposed new Worcester Parkway Railway development linking Worcester to London.
Worcester offers an extensive range of facilities and amenities including several highly rated state and private schools, Worcester University as well as an extensive range of high street shops and supermarkets. Worcester is also a large employment area providing a base for companies such as Worcester Bosch, Mazak and Gtech.
Main line railway stations in Worcester provide easy commuting to London, as well as other regional centres. Two M5 motorway access points at Worcester offer easy commuting to Birmingham and the West Midlands and to the South West. Littleworth is also on a regular bus route linking Worcester to Pershore and Evesham.
The site extends to approximately 0.91 acres (0.37 hectares) and comprises an agricultural farm yard consisting of a range of traditional and modern farm buildings used for storage purposes. The site is accessed from Wadborough Road which is an adopted highway.
The site lies within the development boundary of Littleworth with residential properties adjacent to the north, south and west. The site is bounded to the east by agricultural land much of which is permanent pasture.
Lying to the northern edge of the village, the development will benefit from views over open countryside to the east.
Detailed Planning Permission was granted on 27th October 2017 for the conversion of 3 agricultural buildings to residential dwellings, the erection of 4 new dwellings and partial demolition of agricultural buildings under Planning reference 17/00972/FUL.
The planning permission is subject to a Community Infrastructure Levy payment of £18,140 to Wychavon District Council. This charge has been levied under Wychavon District Council CIL charging schedule and s211 of the Planning Act 2008.
The opportunity exists for a developer to acquire and build out this exciting residential development scheme in the picturesque village of Littleworth.
We would expect high buyer demand for the open market properties given that the village of Littleworth is very well located, has good access to local services and is convenient not only for Worcester but also for commuters to Birmingham and the wider West Midlands Conurbation. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103293 )
Longdon St Mary's Primary School is located in the heart of the village of Longdon in south Worcestershire. Upton upon Severn town centre is 3 miles to the north and Tewkesbury is 5.5 miles to the south. The village benefits from good motorway access to both the M50 and M5 motorways.
The property is situated adjacent St Mary's Church off the B4211 which runs through the centre of Longdon connecting to Upton upon Severn to the north and Tewkesbury via the A438 to the south-east.
Longdon is a desirable village with a B&B, Church and Village Hall. The surrounding area comprises of residential dwellings and open countryside.
The property comprises a former primary school made up of an original school building, which is Grade II Listed of brick and block construction with a pitch tiled roof. Further modern extensions have been added in more recent years; one of steel frame construction with a pitch tiled roof and another of brick construction with a slate roof. These additional structures have added further facilities to the school over time.
The Net Internal Area of the property extends to approximately 4,510 sq ft (419 sq m). The accommodation could be easily adapted to suit other purposes as required. Externally, the property benefits from a small car parking area to the front and a tarmac playground with play area to the rear. The rest of the grounds are laid to grass.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 102917 )
Former St Mary's Primary School, Tewkesbury, GL20 6AT
Type: Land, Land, Commercial Land
Former St Mary's Primary School, , Longdon, Tewkesbury, GL20 6ATGBMalvern Hills, TewkesburyWorcestershireGL20 6AT
Wells Road is situated in the highly regarded residential area of Malvern Wells in a prominent and elevated location enjoying superb views across Worcestershire. The location provides easy access to Great Malvern, national road and rail links.
The property is a substantial semi-detached period property offering spacious and versatile accommodation with both residential and business use (A1) approached via a paved pathway accessing a private reception porch and separate access to the business premises.
The ground floor is predominately the business premises with four show rooms, one of which is currently being used as a post office with independent access, the three remaining rooms are all inter-linked with a staircase leading to a lower ground floor stock room. The private entrance porch provides access to a central stairwell, which provides additional access to the lower ground floor, first and second floors as well as a cloakroom and a rear access to the business premises.
On the first floor is the main living area comprising 3 reception rooms, a study, kitchen breakfast room, separate cloakroom and stairs leading up to the second floor. The second floor comprises five independently accessed bedrooms one of which has an en-suite and a large family bathroom. On the lower ground floor in addition to the stock room is a self contained, independently accessed apartment comprising living room, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms.
There is a further lower ground floor accessed via the stock room comprising hall with doors to a further sitting room, large games room, wine cellar and 2 further store rooms. A double glazed conservatory accessing the rear garden. The property benefits from extensive gardens which enjoy a high degree of privacy being predominately laid to lawn with numerous inset mature specimen trees, flower and shrub beds and borders, a large paved patio area and various outside storage areas. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 101634 )
The Parcel comprises of a 15.03 acre site in Coombes Hill. Coombe hill is situated on the A38 between Gloucester and Tewkesbury at the A4019 Cheltenham junction.
The hamlet is host to a farm shop, fuel station and convenience store among other amenities. The site is 5.5 miles from Cheltenham and 7.4 miles from Gloucester. There are regular bus services to both Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Cheltenham and the closest rail station is Ashchurch.
The site is mainly flat, with direct access on to the A4019 on the Northern length of the proposed site. The southern side of the site is outlines by a small brook.
Directly opposite the proposed site is another proposed development plot with outline permission for 40 houses, which is currently awaiting decision from Tewkesbury council.
Promotion or Option agreements invited.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3703 )
Land At Coombes Hill A38, Tewkesbury Road, Gloucester, GL19 4AS
Type: Land, Other, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Land At Coombes Hill A38, Tewkesbury Road, Gloucester, GL19 4ASGBTewkesbury, GloucesterGloucestershireGL19 4ASTewkesbury Road