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The property comprises a ground floor shop which is currently trading as a hairdressers with a total net internal floor area approximately 990/92m2.
The first floor flat comprises 5 rooms with a separate bathroom and a kitchen, which is vacant. There is the potential (subject to planning) to create two residential units within the first floor flat with further potential of converting the rear of the ground floor shop to another residential unit.
-A ground floor shop of 990 sq ft (92m2)let until 2023 -Large vacant first floor flat -Possible conversion to three residential units (subject to planning)
The premises are located on a busy secondary trading location on Bushey Hall Road close to the junction with Greatham Road.
Bushey Hall Road is situated close to Watford town centre (approx. 0.5 miles) accessed via Water Lane. Junction 5 of the M1/A41 is within 2 miles accessed via A4008.
Investment/Development Opportunity For Sale, WD23 2EB
Type: Flat, General Retail, Residential, Other, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities
30/30A Bushey Hall Road, Bushey, WD23 2EBGBBusheyHertfordshireWD23 2EB30/30A, Bushey Hall Road
1. Planning Consent for 9 Private flats being 3 x 1 bedroom and 6 x 2 bedroom flats. Planning reference number 18/01031/FUL.
2. Existing Office Building – Approximately 2,117 sq ft NIA plus Basement storage of 183 sq ft 2,950 sq ft gross internal approx. with scope to increase the office accommodation (subject to planning). Secure car parking area to the rear for 14 cars on a self-contained site – see site plan attached. Front and Side Elevations of the redevelopment
The property is prominently located just off The Avenue, opposite the Town Hall public car park and Watford Central Leisure Centre. Within walking distance of Watford Junction Station with good road access in and out of Watford Town Centre and to the M1 and M25 (Junction 19) which connects to the whole motorway system throughout the South East of England.
Detached office building with a net internal floor area of approximately 2,117 sq ft plus basement storage of 183 sq ft.
To the rear of the premises is a self-contained car park for 14 cars.
In addition, the property now has planning consent for residential development as follows: -
9 private residential apartments being 3 x 1 bedroom and 6 x 2 bedroom flats. Planning reference number 18/01031/FUL.
We understand there is a CIL payment of £48,840.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge that local authorities can set on new development in order to raise funds to help fund the infrastructure, facilities and services - such as schools or transport improvements - which are needed to support new homes and businesses in the areas.
Full details and plans of the residential development available from vendor’s agents.
£1,500,000 for the freehold interest, subject to contract.
VAT will be payable on the purchase price.
30 The Avenue, Watford
Type: Residential, Office, Offices
30 The Avenue, WD17 4AEGBWatfordHertfordshireWD17 4AE30, The Avenue
Site with planning or design & build opportunities.
The site is directly accessed from Coldharbour Lane and currently has an industrial building of 31,024 sq ft (2,882 sq m) sq ft situated on it with secure hard standing yard areas to the side and rear with additional parking to the front elevation. The total site area for disposal is 0.46 acres (0.18 hectares).
Planning permission was granted in September 2018 for the demolition of the existing building and the construction of two three storey B1(a) office buildings with 54 parking spaces. Full plans and other documents are available upon request or on the St Albans Planning Portal www.stalbans.gov.uk reference 5/2018/1184
The site is located on Coldharbour Lane which is an established mixed office and industrial location approximately 1.5 miles east of Harpenden Town Centre.
Situated within Harpenden which is a prosperous town ranked 8th in Britain’s Richest towns (The Telegraph) and having a population of around 30,000 (2011 Census). Harpenden is located 25 miles to the north of central London and is six miles to the north of St Albans and six miles to the south of Luton. There are excellent road communication links with the M1 four miles to the west and the A1(M) eight miles to the east. Harpenden mainline railway station is within 1.5 miles to the east which provides a fast and regular service to London St Pancras (26 minutes) and Luton airport (15 minutes).
Existing planning permission for a 9 storey, 4,810 sq m (51,775 sq ft) GIA, 124 bedroom hotel.
Proposals for a residential led development received positively by Watford Borough Council, including c.795 sq m (c.8,500 sq ft) B1 office space and building heights up to 22 storeys, which would provide for 80 residential units.
7-15 Bridle Path
Type: General Industrial, Land, Residential, Industrial, Commercial Land
The Chalkdrawers Arms is a two storey detached building of brick construction beneath a pitched tiled roof with extensions to the side and rear. The ground floor trading area is styled traditionally throughout and comprises an open plan bar/restaurant area for circa 30 covers, a separate snooker room and a further room to the side for circa 10 covers.The ancillary areas include a commercial kitchen, male and female customer WC's and storage rooms with chilled beer stores. The private accommodation is situated on the first floor comprising three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the pub benefits from a good sized side trade garden for circa 15 covers with a smoking solution and car parking for circa 7 vehicles. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 8708 )
The Chalkdrawers Arms, Roestock Lane, Colney Heath, AL4 0PP
Type: Other, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land
The Chalkdrawers Arms, Roestock Lane, Colney Heath, AL4 0PPGBSt Albans, St AlbansHertfordshireAL4 0PPRoestock Lane
The Property comprises an existing 5 storey and 2 storey building of specialist office/laboratory space extending to approximately 12,972 sq metres (GIA) with associated underground parking provided over two basement levels and a surface car park to the south of the Property. There is a substation located on the eastern part.
The Property is located within Flood Zone 1 and there are no listed buildings within the boundary.
The Property is currently part occupied by a number of tenants within the scientific community including biopharmaceutical, contract research and medical technology. The University of Hertfordshire has confirmed they are closing the facility and are now in the process of seeking vacant possession across the entire premises by the end of January 2020.
BioPark, Welwyn Garden City
BioPark, Welwyn Garden City, Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 3AXGBWelwyn Hatfield, Welwyn Garden CityHertfordshireAL7 3AXBroadwater Road
The site comprises an existing building known as the Old Electricity Works and a number of other 2-3 storey light industrial buildings. The Old Electricity Works building has been converted into an office space and the warehouse buildings to the rear are currently used by a builders merchant. The large yard at the rear of the site is used to store materials and equipment for the builders merchant.
The Old Electricity Works, Campfield Road
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
The Old Electricity Works, Campfield Road, St. Albans, AL1 5HTGBSt Albans, St AlbansHertfordshireAL1 5HTCampfield Road
The Property extends to approximately 3.6 hectares (8.9 acres) and comprises an area of open agricultural grazing land. The Property has undulating topography, rising from the north east corner to a ridge and falling away at the southern boundary.
The Property is bound by Cowards Lane to the north, residential development to the west, Hollards Farm to the east and open countryside to the south. The screening along the boundary is varied but generally formed by trees and hedgerows.
Land South of Cowards Lane
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land South of Cowards Lane, Codicote, Hitchin, SG4 8UNGBNorth Hertfordshire, HitchinHertfordshireSG4 8UNCowards Lane
The Lodge consists of a 3 storey Victorian Style building, which has been substantially extended in the mid 20th Century (the newer addition extending to 5 storeys).
The property benefits from secure car parking to the side and rear for up to 9 cars with access taken direct from George Street West. Within the car park is a two storey coach house (2 of the said 9 car parking spaces being provided within the coach house undercroft). ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2042205 )
The Lodge, George Street West, Luton, LU1 2BJ
Type: Office, Mixed Use, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities
The Lodge, George Street West, Luton, LU1 2BJGBLuton, LutonBedfordshireLU1 2BJ17, George Street West
The premises are located in the town centre, on the north side of the High Street in a prime retail pitch. The large car park is accessed from East Street. Nearby retailers include Costa and Caffe Nero, Halifax Bank and M & Co. The Metropolitan Line railway station, is a short walk from the property.
The property comprises a three-storey ex bank building with top floor flat, suitable for alternative uses subject to planning. A large car park is to the rear. Currently a bank, the property is being offered with vacant possession from mid-February. Floor areas provided to us (to be checked when full access to the property is available) suggests that the ground floor is 234.5 m2 (2524 ft2) net and first floor is 69.8 m2 (751 ft2) net. The second floor flat is 56.7 m2 (610 ft2). The total net is therefore approximately 360.9 m2 (3885 ft2).
The building would suit alternative uses, including residential in whole or part, subject to planning. Properties nearby have been converted to flats and smaller ground floor shops. Floor plans on request. The property will be sold with vacant possession of the ground and first floors but with the benefit of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy on the top floor flat, which produces £10,000 p.a. We are seeking offers for the freehold interest or for suitable leasehold proposals. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 168 )
Barton House is a Grade II listed building constructed in the early 18th Century with a number of later alterations. The property measures 330.9sqm (3,562sq ft) and benefits from additional basement area of 196.5 sq m (2,116 sq ft).
Originally constructed as a timber framed building extensive brickwork was carried out in the 19th century. The lower half of the property is of red brick construction and upper half is stucco under a plain tiled roof. The lower block has a large cellar with a segmental-arched cart entrance on the end elevation. Internally the property retains a number of its original features. The accommodation is spread over 3 storeys although the first two provide the principle accommodation.
The property has been in commercial use (formerly The Old Brewhouse Spa & Hair and previously Collins Antiques) since circa 1950, although it was originally constructed as a brewery known as Hope Brewery but by the early 1900's it had been converted to residential use. Given its recent salon use the property and its surroundings have undergone significant alteration over the years. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2040864 )
Barton House, 17 - 19 Brewhouse Hill, Wheathampstead, AL4 8AN
Type: General Retail, Mixed Use, Land, Retail, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land
Barton House, 17 - 19 Brewhouse Hill, Wheathampstead, AL4 8ANGBSt Albans, St AlbansHertfordshireAL4 8ANBrewhouse Hill
The subject site comprises a level site of approximately 0.187 hectares (0.461 acres). The site is considered suitable for the provision of one or more retail units with associated parking, subject to planning. Consideration will also be given to a mixed-use scheme with residential apartments above. There is potentially scope to include an adjoining University car park as part of a larger re-development. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2038838 )
Albatross Way, University Of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, AL10 9EU
Type: Land, Mixed Use, Retail - High Street, Shopping Centre Unit, Land, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Retail
Albatross Way, University Of Hertfordshire, De Havilland Campus, Hatfield, AL10 9EUGBWelwyn Hatfield, HatfieldHertfordshireAL10 9EUMosquito Way
The site is well defined and rectangular in shape comprising 44 garages with a concrete forecourt and access road. Sole vehicular access is gained from Cuttsfield Terrace. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2036477 )
Excellent car dealership showroom and premises in a prominent roadside position comprising 22,742 sq.ft (2,113 sq.m) on 1.02 acres.
The property would suit a range of uses, subject to planning.
The site fronts Leagrave Road which is a busy arterial route into Luton, approximately 1.5 miles north west of Luton town centre and 1 mile east of junction 11 of the M1 motorway. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 47449 )
Motor Dealership, Leagrave Road, Luton, LU3 1RJ
Type: Land, Showroom, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities
A prime development site of approximately 44.4 acres (18Ha) allocated for employment uses (B1, B2 & B8)occupying a prominent location at the Marsh Leys junction of the A421 and Bedford Western Bypass (A428, 3.5 miles south west of Bedford town centre. The site benefits from direct access to the dual A421 together with a substantial frontage to the A421 and A428 whilst being directly opposite Marsh Leys Distribution Centre whose occupiers include Asda, Sainsburys and Argos. For sale by informal tender with intial responses to an Expression of Interest Questionnaire required by Friday 30th August 2013. Short listed parties will be invited to submit best and final offers by Friday 27th September 2013 Further information is available at www.bedforddevelopments.com ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 47646 )
Land At Bell Farm, The Branston Way, Bedford, MK43 9AT
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land At Bell Farm, The Branston Way, Kempston, Bedford, MK43 9ATGBBedford, BedfordBedfordshireMK43 9NQ2, The Crescent
Freehold units available from 4,068 sq ft upwards. Set within 83 acres, Butterfield Business Park has planning consent for approximately one million sq. ft. of low density development. Phase 1 has seen the completion of approx. 250,000 sq ft of high quality buildings including a new HQ for Eaton Power, an Innovation Centre, Business Village and 155 bed Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. Butterfield Business Park offers new build opportunities on plots of up to 50 acres ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14843 )
Freehold Industrial Units At Butterfield, Great Marlings, Luton, LU2 8DL
Type: Office, Land, General Industrial, Offices, Commercial Land, Industrial
Freehold Industrial Units At Butterfield, Great Marlings, Luton, LU2 8DLGBLuton, LutonLU2 8DLGreat Marlings
A mixed use, freehold investment in Leighton Buzzard Town Centre, comprising 2 x retail units, 5 x self-contained office suites and 5 x long leasehold flats. The building is fully let and produces a total rental income of £71,900 per annum.
The building is arranged over three floors, the original part fronting Lake Street being Grade II Listed. A gated covered accessway provides access to the offices and flats and . The property benefits from a private car park to the rear with 14 parking spaces. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 513 )
Leck House, 2-4 Lake Street, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 1TQ
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Leck House, 2-4 Lake Street, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 1TQGBCentral Bedfordshire, Leighton BuzzardBuckinghamshireLU7 1TQLake Street
ADDRESS: 4-8 Arundel Road, Luton LU4 8DY • Potential to increase planning on site • Potential for nursing home STP LOCATION Luton is located approximately 32 miles North of London and 10 miles north of Hemel Hempstead Nearby rail services from Luton mainline to London St Pancreas have a journey time of 24 Minutes SITUATION Arundel Road is off Dunstable Road Northwest of the town centre with access to the M1 (Junction 11) within a mile DESCRIPTION The site comprises 3 bungalows on Arundel Road with extensive gardens to the rear Planning exists for 5 detached houses, 8 apartments with 24 car parking spaces This will involve demolition of numbers 4 and 6, with no8 being retained This planning was obtained in 2004 and is still valid. We understand there is potential to increase the current density with revised planning Luton Borough Council 01582-546000 www.luton.gov.uk
VAT: Not Applicable PRICE: Offers in excess of £1,400.000
Freehold Residential Development site with planning for 5 houses, and 8 apartments keeping one bungalow - Luton
The site is located approximately 2km south east of Letchworth town centre and approximately 3.5km south west of Baldock town centre. The site benefits from existing vehicular access to the south, via Radburn Way. Radburn Way runs west to east directly south of the site and connects to Letchworth Gate (A505) which crosses, and has access to, Junction 9 of the A1(M). Junction 9 of the A1(M) is located approximately 1.5km to the south of the site. The site comprises an area of land which is approximately 0.56 acres and is bound to the south by Radburn Way, to the north by Jackman’s Community Centre, to the west by a residential care home and to the east by the pedestrian access to the Jackman’s Community Centre and Ivel Court. The site itself comprises a hard surfaced area, currently used as a car park in addition to two grassland areas separated by the tarmac access from Radburn Way to the car park. One of the grassland areas(towards the east of the site) is framed by shrubs and plants and the other (towards the west of the site)comprises a group of approximately 15 trees. The site is located within the administrative boundary of North Hertfordshire District Council. The site is previously developed land and the effective re-use of brownfield land is in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). There are no adopted or emerging planning policies that specifically protect against the loss of existing car parking spaces, nonetheless this will be a key planning issue that will need to be satisfied in order to justify redevelopment. Should the policies associated with the loss of the existing use can be satisfied, the site would be suited to a mix of uses including residential, town centre uses (of an appropriate scale) and community uses.
- Residential development opportunity, subject to gaining the necessary consent - Site area approximately 0.23 hectares (0.56 acres) - Freehold interest for sale via informal tender - Subject to planning offers invited - Bid deadline 12 noon Wednesday 14th March