→ Prominent site fronting Town Wall Street (A20) → Approximate site area of 1.85 acres → Site adjoins the new St James’ Development – occupiers include Next, M&S, and Cine UK → Site can be used for a variety of uses (subject to planning) → 12 million people passing through Dover by Ferry ⁽¹⁾ → Over 330,000 visitors to Dover Castle per year ⁽²⁾
Prime redevelopment site: All enquiries
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Townwall Street, CT16 1LNGBDoverKentCT16 1LNTownwall Street
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.
Mixed-use development opportunity in Prime Central London WC1
• Strategic Land on the edge of Ipswich Borough, 185 acres (75Ha) • Versatile arable land as investment or vacant possession • Circa 5 acres of commercial allotments, head lease yielding £3,000 per annum • Located within indicative routes of proposed Ipswich Northern Bypass • Guide £2.5 Million
Playford Lane, Ipswich, IP5 1DP
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Playford Lane, Ipswich, IP5 1DPGBIpswichSuffolkIP5 1DPPlayford Lane
A 1 million sq ft business park offering office, industrial and hotel bespoke opportunities, freehold or leasehold.
A VISION FOR SOUTHEND A landmark development comprising an area of c. 20.88 hectares, Airport Business Park will be located immediately adjacent to London Southend Airport and just 2.3 miles from the modern passenger terminal building.
Airport Business Park provides a new vision for Southend, supporting the economic prosperity of the local and wider region. It will create employment and deliver a pioneering innovation centre for start-up businesses together with grow on space.
CONNECTIVITY Airport Business Park will benefit from next generation connectivity. The site sits adjacent to Europe's fastest growing airport offering direct services to 22 European destinations.
Airport Business Park being located within the Thames Gateway, a national priority area for growth and regeneration allowing in the region of £62m of capital investment funding to be identified within the South East LEP Growth Deal and Economic Plan over the next five years for both the A127 and the immediate vicinity of the park.
Additionally, Southend is well serviced by two mainline stations. Central London can be reached in approximately 53 minutes with direct services to Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street.
A VARIETY OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Airport Business Park offers a wide range of business uses including: - Office Schemes - Industrial Warehousing - Hotel Facility - Innovation Centre ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 8903105 )
Airport Business Park, Cherry Orchard Way, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6UN
Type: Office, Warehouse, General Industrial, Offices, Industrial
Airport Business Park, Cherry Orchard Way, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6UNGBRochford, Southend-on-SeaEssexSS2 6UNAviation Way
• Potential Development Opportunity including Residential and Office Uses subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents • 5,440 sq ft (505 sqm ) GIA • 47 Car Parking Spaces • On-Site Play Area • Passenger Lift
Existing D1 Property
Type: Residential, Office, Offices
Former Resource Centre, St Ronans View, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1AEGBDartfordKentDA1 1AESt. Ronans View
The property comprises a large warehouse with attached offices to the front.
Construction is generally of brick elevations with shallow pitch asbestos clad roof to the warehouse and felt roof to the offices.
The offices are accessed by a ground floor entrance area/reception and from this leads to visitors toilets, which comprise two low level WC's and two sinks. From the entrance area is access to the ground floor offices and stairs to the first floor offices.
The ground floor offices comprise solid floor with gas fired radiator heating, strip fluorescent lighting, ladies toilet facilities which comprise three cubicles and three sinks, two separate offices, kitchen and a large open plan office in the middle. These offices are currently being used as workshop areas.
To the first floor at the top of the stairs there is a tiled reception area with two offices off. Access is then provided to the main office area and a number of partitioned offices have been created for the directors of the company together with a large open plan area, which is partitioned with glazed partitioning with a central corridor providing access. The first floor is heated via gas central heating and lit via strip lighting.
There is a further area adjoining the first floor offices, which is currently used as a walk through area/staff room.
The warehouse comprises a brick structure with steel trussed roof supporting the asbestos cladding.
To the front of the warehouse are two loading bays, one with concrete ramp and one with a dock facility. The loading bays have two roller shutter doors, both of which are electrically operated.
Internally the warehouse has a concrete floor and is heated via electric bar heating. Lighting is provided via Sodium lights with the warehouse having an eaves height to the underside of the steel beams of 5.5 metres.
The warehouse is currently used for storage and for general industry works and therefore a lot of plant and machinery is installed. A number of mezzanine floors have been created for use with pieces of machinery and these have not been included in the floor areas.
To the corner of the warehouse there is a staff room/canteen, which has a stainless steel sink and drainer.
There is also a despatch office and mezzanine office plus storage area above. We understand this is to be removed and therefore this has not been included in any measurements.
Surrounding the warehouse to the rear and to the side is a large area of open storage land. To the front of the warehouse there is a large loading area, which is used on a daily basis by articulated lorries.
There is ample parking and loading/unloading space for the property.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1157 )
Tickitape House, 31 Bone Lane, Newbury, RG14 5SH
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Tickitape House, 31 Bone Lane, Newbury, RG14 5SHGBWest Berkshire, NewburyBerkshireRG14 5SHBone Lane
Residential Development Opportunity with Planning Permission Land Adjacent to East Ham Jewish Cemetery, Marlow Road, East Ham, London E6 3QG
˃ Located in East Ham in the London Borough of Newham ˃ The site is within a densely populated residential area ˃ Site area is 10,064 sq ft (935 sq m) ˃ Planning permission for six dwelling houses and two flats ˃ Offers invited in excess of £1,000,000
A ground floor retail unit providing open plan space with male and female toilets to the rear. The property lends itself to a variety of uses, subject to Planning Permission. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 388 )
196 Cressex Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4RG
Type: Retail - High Street, Retail
196 Cressex Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4RGGBWycombe, High WycombeBuckinghamshireHP12 4RGNew Road
Dollar is a small, desirable residential town with a population of around 3,000 persons, situated about 12 miles east of Stirling on the A91 Stirling to St Andrews trunk road.
The town benefits from its proximity to the motorway network and subsequently Scotland`s major cities/towns, with Edinburgh 40 miles to the south east and Glasgow 37 miles to the south west.
The subjects are located on the north side of Bridge Street, Dollar`s main thoroughfare, in an excellent trading location within the town`s main commercial area.
The property comprises an office/retail unit on the ground floor of a 2-storey traditional terrace of stone construction with a pitched roof covered in slates. The subjects extend into a single storey rear extension of brick/block construction, with a flat roof covered in felt or similar material.
According to our calculations, the approximate net internal area of the subjects is as follows:
Ground Floor: 61.2 sq.m/659 sq.ft
38 Bridge Street
Type: Retail Park, Office, Retail, Offices
38 Bridge Street, Dollar, FK14 7DEGBDollarClackmannanshireFK14 7DE44, Bridge Street
For sale by auction at the Assembly House, Norwich on Wednesday 4th July 2018 at 11am. Guide �50,000 - �60,000*�. Parcel of land located in the town centre currently used as a car park with 17 permits issued. Produces an income of just over �4,500 pa
FOR SALE BY AUCTION 4TH JULY 2018
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Car Park on corner of, Wheeler Lane and Mitre Lane, Boston, PE21 6QQGBBoston, BostonLincolnshirePE21 6QQ16B, Main Ridge West
Well-presented self-contained office building • Arranged over the ground, first and second floors: 1,325 sq. ft. (GIA) • Front parking with forecourt parking space • Good natural light • Gas CH • Double glazed • Alarmed • Carpeted • Quiet but convenient location • Potential development potential to residential STPP • FREEHOLD - For Sale, price: offers in excess of £600,000 + VAT or potential New Lease Rent £35,000 p.a.x..
Office freehold for sale - vacant possession - price + £600,000
1 IO Centre was constructed in 2000 and comprise a detached warehouse/industrial building of steel portal frame with steel cladding to external elevations and a clear internal height of 6 meters with concrete floors and a floor loading of 30KN/m2. There are two electrically operated roller shutter doors of 4m x 5m.
Offices are provided to ground and first floors with central heating and perimeter trunking. There is a self -contained concrete service yard and 8 car parking spaces.
The property is available on a new lease at a rental of £77,000 per annum exclusive of VAT and other outgoings and subject to contract or for sale on a long leasehold interest which expires on 4 April 3002 at £1,165,000 plus VAT.
Banbury is situated at Junction 11 of the London to Birmingham M40 and the premises are situated on the Wildmere Road Industrial Estate located at Junction 11 of the M40.
Unit 1 IO Centre, Wildmere Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 3TA
Type: Warehouse, Industrial, General Industrial, Industrial Park, Light Industrial, Storage
1 The I O Centre, Jugglers Close, Banbury, OX16 3TAGBBanburyOxfordshireOX16 3TA1, Jugglers Close
LOCATION The Rusty Axe occupies a prominent position in the centre of the rural village of Stembridge, located approximately 3 miles from Martock, 7 miles northwest of Yeovil and 10 miles northeast of Ilminster.
ASSET 2 storey detached property of brick construction under a thatched roof with colour wash elevations and single storey additions to the rear.
• Main bar/restaurant with games area (54 seating) • Large rear and second function rooms (60 seating) • Trade kitchen with prep area • Ground level beer cellar and storage • Front and side trade gardens (32 seating) • 2/3 bedroom owner’s accommodation • Customer & separate owner’s parking (14 spaces)
Total internal floor area 409.8SQM
A new 15 year lease agreement has been agreed with the current tenant at a starting rent of £25,000 per annum, rising to £29,000 per annum by year 5.
UPLIFT POTENTIAL The current tenants are in the process of agreeing to a new 15 years lease on an initial 5 year stepped rent basis providing an annual increase in income for the new investor. The tenants have vast experience in operating various pub businesses
Suitable for variety of uses including roadside and leisure. Prominent road frontage on J28 of A12 near BP, McDonalds & Park & Ride, opposite JobServe Community Stadium, David Lloyd and proposed multiplex cinema and hotel. Sites will be next to major new 76 acre sport and leisure development as well as a major new residential and commercial scheme to the south.
Form of expressions:
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Nicholas Reeves Colchester Amphora Trading Rowan House 33 Sheepen Road Colchester CO3 3WG
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Expressions of Interest sought for 3 sites from 0.5 to 0.9 acres - A12, Junction 28, Colchester, CO4 5JA
Type: Hotel, Leisure
Severalls Lane, CO4 5JAGBColchesterEssexCO4 5JASeveralls Lane
For SalePrime Asset Management OpportunityBest in Class building Prime locationOpportunity to add significant value Flexible accommodation allows multiple occupancy Generous car parking provisionOpen plan accommodation throughout
The property itself comprises an attractive two storey black and white building beneath a variety of pitched tiled roofs and includes a small yard fronting Duke Street which provides an external trading/smoking shelter and also the barrel drop to the cellar. Furthermore, the metal fire escape staircase from the first floor leads down to Duke Street adjoining the yard.
Freehold Shropshire town centre cask ale pub - £189,000
The subject site is brownfield and its topography is relatively level. The site is currently being remediated and will be delivered as a serviced development platform. It is bounded to the north by the River Calder, A6194 (new WERR) to its east, proposed local centre and Doncaster Road to the south and potential additional development land to the west.
Phase 1, Heathlands, City Fields
Phase 1, Heathlands, City Fields, Wakefield, WF1 5HFGBWakefield, WakefieldYorkshireWF1 5HF6, St Catherines Villas