Prominent period building with planning permission for retail, office and residential development.
The property comprises a four storey building plus basement. The ground and basement levels are in retail (A1) use; the first and second floors consist of B1 floorspace (which is currently partly occupied); and the third floor is residential (vacant). Planning permission has been granted for rear extensions to create enlarged retail space at basement and ground floor, retention of existing office space at first and second floors, and three flats arranged over first to third floors (2 x 1 bed flats and 1 x 2 bed flat).
The consented accommodation comprises 2,993sqft GIA of retail, 1,636sqft GIA of office accommodation, and 2,077sqft NSA of residential accommodation.
The freehold interest is available with vacant possession.
PRICE REDUCTION FOR AN IMMEDIATE SALE - Mixed-use development opportunity in Prime Central London WC1
• Purpose built unbranded hotel • 90 well presented en-suite letting bedrooms • Accommodation led business • Conferencing for up to 400 delegates • Spa and gym facilities • Located one mile from the M54 • Freehold and part leasehold • The hotel is to be sold free of existing
Watling Street, Telford, TF1 2NJ
Watling Street, TF1 2NJGBTelfordShropshireTF1 2NJWatling Street
10,409 sq ft (967 sqm) NIA Let on FRI lease expiring 31.12.23 producing £170,000pax. Tenants option to break in 2021. Guide price £2.195m reflecting 7.47% NIY. Contact Hus Djevdet or Michael Deacon-Jackson
The property is located in the affluent county town of Shrewsbury 15 miles west of Telford and 45 miles south of Chester. The property is situated on the pedestrianized The Square where nearby occupiers consist a mix of boutique, national retailers and restaurateurs including Barbour, Fat Face, Goldsmiths, Cote, Carluccios and Patisserie Valerie.
- Prominent Grade II Listed building. - Suitable for arrange of uses STPP. - Busy trading location in an affluent county town.
Prominent Former Bank For Sale in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Type: General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail
6 The Square, Shrewsbury, SY1 1LAGBShropshire, ShrewsburyShropshireSY1 1LA6, The Square
The site extends to around 30.47 hectares (75.29 acres) and comprises a former cement works and chalk quarry. It is comprised of three main parts, set to the north and south of the B2175 with inter-connecting tunnels providing access between the parcels.
The land to the north was formerly the cement The land to the north was formerly he cement works, the majority of which has now been cleared and is surfaced with a mix of concrete and crushed hard standing. All of the former buildings on site have been demolished and cleared.
There are chalk cliffs to the southern edge of the northern parcel and as such this art sits below the B2175 having been excavated at some point prior to being a cement works. Access to the site is provided from the A226 (Thames Way) with additional access also possible from Grove Road to the north west.
We understand that both parcels of land to the south of the B2175 known as Church Path Pit and Vineyard Pit were formerly part of the cement works, until commercial operations ceased. There are no buildings on site and they currently comprise undeveloped scrubland. These two parts of the site are connected to the northern part via tunnels through the chalk cliff, set beneath the B2175.
To the north west of the former cement works is a small redundant industrial yard and a car park, part of which is also included within the ownership.
Northfleet Embankment West
Type: Mixed Use, Land, Residential, General Industrial, Office, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land, Industrial, Offices
A detached industrial unit of steel portal frame construction comprising a warehouse and office with extra storage on a mezzanine level. The warehouse is supplied with three phase power, mains gas, water and drainage. Haunch height is 6m and the ridge height is 6.6m Warehouse heated by a gas fired warm air blower
The offices are heated by gas central heating via radiators
Concertina sliding door to the front (4.38m wide and 4.97m high)
8 allocated car spaces CCTV security cameras internally and externally Site area 1.24 acres (0.51 ha) ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2040364 )
16, Bradfield Close, Wellingborough, NN8 4RQ
Type: Warehouse, Land, General Industrial, Other, Land, Industrial, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Saxilby is a large village with a population of circa 4,000 located approximately 6 miles north west of Lincoln. The village benefits from good road communications with the A57 linking the village to Lincoln and the A1 at Markham Moor. Saxilby retains a local railway station on the Lincoln to Doncaster / Sheffield line. Saxilby is also served by a number of bus routes. Enterprise West Lindsey is situated on the western side of Skellingthorpe Road opposite Saxilby Enterprise Park. The site comprises a relatively level parcel of land totalling some 20 acres (8.09 hectares). The land can accommodate buildings up to 30,000 sq ft (2,787 sq m) on a design and build basis. The exact specification of the accommodation will depend upon occupier's own requirements. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2040334 )
Phase 1 Enterprise West Lindsey, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln, LN1 2FU
Type: Office, Warehouse, Land, General Industrial, Land, Offices, Industrial, Commercial Land
The property comprises a six bedroom Georgian town house set in substantial grounds and benefiting from a potential building plot to the rear, subject to the relevant statutory consents being obtained.
The property was previously used for many years as a family home with a veterinary practice operating from outbuildings to the rear.
The property is approached via a driveway from Stafford Street and benefits from a parking area to the rear, together with a large south facing garden with access from the driveway.
The garden and outbuildings present significant scope for redevelopment, subject to obtaining the relevant statutory consents.
The ground floor provides a kitchen with a range of fitted units, quarry tiled floor and a gas fired two-oven aga. From the kitchen, french windows lead out into a walled courtyard with overhanging wisteria.
The residential accommodation also includes a dining room to the front of the property with a living flame gas fire, leading into a sitting room with windows to the front and rear. The dining and sitting rooms allow for one large entertainment space with working open fires at either end.
The first floor provides four bedrooms served by one family bathroom and an ensuite shower room. The second floor provides two bedrooms.
Extending back to the rear of the property, along the ground floor, is a series of rooms previously used as a veterinary surgery. In all there is a hallway, an office, two consulting rooms, kennels and a store room. This area has a separate access from the side of the property and could be let out separately subject to minor modifications and the relevant statutory consents. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1285 )
38 STAFFORD STREET, MARKET DRAYTON, TF9 1JB
Type: Residential, Residential, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The premises front the main A22 (Eastbourne to London Road) at Lower Dicker close to the Bowship roundabout and Bowship Lions Hotel. There is a Premier Inn close by as well as a Shell fuel filling station.
The premises comprise a former injection mounding factory with separate office block to the front of the site plus a series of outbuildings standing in a plot of 2.58 acres.
Main factory (rear) 884 sq m (9522 sq ft), 2 roller shutter doors, excellent eaves height
Office block (front) over 2 floors overall; 578.4 sq m (6192 sq ft)
Various outbuildings not inspected/measured
Plot size 2.58 acres
Freehold available. Possible redevelopment opportunity subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
To be sold on an unconditional basis only
Prominent former factory premises in grouds 2.58 acres for sale
The property comprises a site of 0.155 acres (627.26 sq m) with outline planning permission for the erection of four flats (approval of access and layout only).
The former garage site has been cleared, is gated and fenced, and now presents a development opportunity for a prospective purchaser. The site is located on the corner of Meredith Crescent and Burns Road in Balby, Doncaster in a residential area.
A detailed tree survey has been carried out as it was required by the local planning authority. This confirmed that the tree roots system, of the neighbouring trees, does not impact upon the foundations of the proposed development. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 4453 )
This development opportunity offers a 0.44 acre site of land within the developed commercial local centre at Meon Vale development, close to Stratford-upon-Avon. Meon Vale was historically an army camp purchased by St Modwen Developments, with approximately 900,000 sq.ft of industrial space and associated hard standing areas. The site has benefited from the development of just over 500 houses to date, with over 1,000 currently consented, with more expected as well as the 7,000 homes consented at Long Marston airfield next door. To the benefit of the housing and as part of the S106, St Modwen developed a convenience store operated by Londis, a £5 million leisure centre, village hall, sport pitches including astro turf and an extended children's play area. As part of the continued investment in Meon Vale, St Modwen have a site to the side of the leisure centre with acquired consent for a 3,500 sq.ft pub/ restaurant with associated outside areas and using the parking in place for the leisure centre and other community aspects. Planning consent 17/03795/REM. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1240 )
Pub/ Restaurant Development Land, Bailey Avenue, Stratford-upon-avon, CV37 8QR
The site of the former Aspen House is located on the corner of Regent Street with Temple Street adjoining Grenville Street short stay car park and within Swindon’s core town centre and part of Forward Swindon’s Delivery Plan for town centre investment and growth and to take advantage of Swindon’s wider opportunities. Swindon is one of the most innovative places to live in the UK having the 10th most productive economy. Swindon is also one of the UK’s fastest growing towns with a growing population of 222,000 with some 1,500 new homes planned each year until 2026 and with one of the best house price to earnings ratio of 6.4% in the UK. Swindon benefits from excellent road and rail links, being on the M4 corridor and main rail network resulting in some 1.9 million people being within a 1 hour travel time of the town.
The site has a developable site area of some 0.49 ha (1.21 acres) gross, as shown edged in red on the attached OS plan extract. Aspen House has been demolished and the site is cleared and currently vacant, and predominantly flat with a gentle slope from its highest point in the south east adjoining Temple Street and presents a substantial mixed use predominantly residential development opportunity in Swindon’s core town centre. Further information on the site will be provided within the Development Brief.
The site is allocated in the Swindon Town Centre Masterplan and Delivery Plan as a development site to enhance the town centre connecting Regent Street with Commercial Street and to complement the existing uses and improve the town centre as a quality place to live and work.
The site is being offering for sale for a mixed predominantly residential scheme and outline planning has been received for up to 118 units of 1 and 2 bed apartments within a multi storey structure up to 13 stories, together with a wide range of commercial uses on the ground floor, subject to a Section 106 Agreement and details of the outline planning application can be accessed here. The outline application is illustrative and not prescriptive in design or uses. The Council is also happy to consider alternative commercially led schemes that are compatible with a high profile town centre location. In accordance with the Swindon Borough Local Plan Policy EC3, such alternative schemes could comprise Hotel, Leisure or Office led developments.
The site is held freehold by Swindon Borough Council and the Council intend to retain the freehold interest and are offering a 250 year ground lease, either at a peppercorn or geared ground rent, subject to agreement. Swindon Borough Council will also consider alternative innovative methods of disposal whereby the Council may enter into a forward commitment to purchase part or the whole of the completed development, depending upon the proposed uses and procurement procedure, subject to detailed proposals.
The sale will be carried out by informal tender and a development brief will be issued to the interested parties and following selection of a preferred developer, it is intended that the development will be governed by an Agreement to Lease which will form part of the Council’s Standard Building Agreement, which will be provided within the Development Brief.
The property comprises a ground floor currently in office use, divided into four areas including a kitchen and with a feature mezzanine office. There is a first floor flat, sold off on a long-leasehold with approx. 99 years unexpired at a ground rent of £5 p.a. and our client wishes to retain a further corner office on a long-leasehold basis. We believe the premises to have the potential for conversion into a single residential unit subject to a successful outcome of a Prior Notification under Permitted Development rules. Interested parties must take their own advice and satisfy themselves on this aspect.
The premises are located in a prominent position on the corner of Church Road and Elm Road (B474) in the centre of Penn. The location is predominantly residential, with some good pubs and a handful of useful shops. The B474 connects Penn with Beaconsfield and Hazlemere. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 149 )
The Dolls House, Church House, Penn, HP10 8LN
Type: Office, Offices
The Dolls House, Church House, Penn, HP10 8LNGBWycombe, High WycombeBuckinghamshireHP10 8LNChurch Road
The property comprises a former Club premises, recently closed, which are laid out to the ground floor with a variety of rooms including function room, pool room, bar and servery, saloon, rear function room and male and female WCs. There is a first and second floor flat with separate external access which provides living room, kitchen and bedroom at first floor level with a further bedroom and WC/shower room at second floor level. The property sits within a generous site area which is completely laid to tarmac, providing extensive parking facilities. Externally there are also a number of external stores and a covered smoking shelter. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1212 )
Pioneer Park is an employment park for science and knowledge based businesses in a newly created Enterprise Zone. It includes the National Space Centre and the University of Leicester “Space Park” a hub for space technologies. The City Council now wish to appoint a developer to construct approximately 90,000 sq.ft of workspace on land adjacent to the successful “Dock”, a fully occupied 33,000 sq.ft innovation workspace scheme.
Further information can be found and downloaded at the following link: www.leicester.gov.uk/commercialproperty
Closing date for submissions: Friday 28th September at 16:00
Prominent Location Full 3 Story Building Potential For Redevelopment Ground Floor Retail Upper Floors Residential £165,000
Location The subjects are located on the South side of James Street, close to its junction with Market Street to the East and Bonnar Street to the West. Benefitting from neighbouring the Kingsgate Shopping Centre, the subjects benefit from high volumes of passing vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Neighbouring occupiers include The Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Starbucks, Debenhams, Poundland & Lauder College.
Dunfermline is situated in the Bridgehead area of Fife just to the North of the Forth Road Bridge and recently completed Queensferry Crossing being one of the major centres of population within the Kingdom of Fife. The subjects are in a popular commuter town for Edinburgh and are situated immediately to the West of the M90 Edinburgh to Perth motorway.
Subjects The subjects comprise a prominent 3 story development of traditional construction surmounted by a pitched tile roof. Formed over 3 stories, the ground floor is utilised as a double frontage retail unit with prominent glazed frontage facing onto James Street, internally the subjects would benefit from refurbishment with w.c. facilities situated to the rear of the demise. The upper floors are accessed from the front elevation leading to a single staircase accessing 1st and 2nd floors comprising 2 single residential dwellings. Internally the subjects are in reasonable condition however would benefit from renovation.
Area The ground floor retail unit has been measured on a net internal area basis to offer:
Ground: 59.39sqm (639sq ft)
NAV/RV The subjects have been entered onto the valuation roll with the following NAV/RV
We understand the Ground floor space qualifies for rates exemption under the small business rates relief scheme.
Proposal Our client is offering their freehold interest in the subjects for £165,000.
V.A.T. All prices and premiums quoted are exclusive of V.A.T
E.P.C. Available on request
FOR SALE: Full Building, 21 James St, Dunfermline KY12
Type: Residential, Retail, Flat, Retail - High Street, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
19 James Street, KY12 7QEGBDunfermlineFifeKY12 7QE19, James Street