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
Newmarket industrial unit to let with, offices, car parking and yard. Freehold with vacant possession also available.
The unit is a detached warehouse of steel frame construction and brick/profile clad walls and corrugated roof, with first floor offices, part ground floor offices, with kitchen and staff breakout area, and w.c’s. There is a roller door with access to the yard.
The unit presents well and has good quality partitioning and a good mixture of open plan space and meeting room/office space together with the storage area/warehouse. Parking is good with additional council owned car parking adjacent. The yard permits access from Albion Court in addition to the right hand side of the unit and is of a good size.
The property is available to let on assignment of the existing lease at the passing rent or a new sub lease at a rent of £71,500 per annum. The current lease is a ten year lease from May 2015 and has the benefit of a tenants break clause in May 2020.
Newmarket industrial unit to let or sell
Type: Industrial, Offices, Warehouse, Office
4 Albion Court, Studlands Park Avenue, CB8 7XAGBNewmarketSuffolkCB8 7XA4, Studlands Park Avenue, Albion Court
• 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
C2/C3 DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY Former Rosset Holt Care Home, Tunbridge Wells, KENT
• Former Care Home extending to c.7,812 sq ft • Site Area—0.29 ha (0.71 acres) approx. • Close proximity to Tunbridge Wells Town Centre (0.6 miles) • Development opportunity subject to planning (STP) • Offers invited by 21st February 2018
Development Oppportunity - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3RB
The property comprises ground floor self-contained space within Reynard Mills Development, together with an ancillary patio, and access to a nearby commercial refuse area.
Accommodation: Floor Area: 1,000.00
Reynard Mills is located less than 0.25 mile from the A4, Great West Road in Brentford. It is accessed from Windmill Road (B452). Junction 2 of the M4 motorway is approximately 1.5 miles, as are the A 205 South Circular and A 406 North Circular Road.
The nearest underground station is Northfields (Piccadilly Line), which is approximately 10 minutes’ walk also.
Unit 2C Alpha House comprises a two storey semi detached industrial unit with an open plan workshop on the ground floor approached via an electric roller shutter door and pedestrian door and first floor storage/workshop space with separate offices, male and female toilets and kitchen. The first floor storage area is approached via an internal timber staircase from the main workshop with the office area approached via an external metal staircase from the front of the building. There is also an additional stand alone store room at first floor.
Comprises an open plan single storey self contained office building to the rear of 65 Hatfield Road. The property benefits from excellent natural light with uPVC double glazed windows together with roof lights, LV spot lighting, wood flooring, new kitchenette and WC. Additionally there is small courtyard to the rear.
The premises are situated to the rear of 65 Hatfield Road and are accessed via Laurel Road. Hatfield Road is a major arterial route approximately 1 mile from St Albans City Centre and only 500 metres from St Albans mainline railway station.
The premises comprise a self contained ground floor shop, which provides an open plan sales area to the front with a WC and kitchen to the rear. The shop is attractively fitted out with timber laminate flooring and plaster ceiling with inset spot lighting.
The premises are situated in an prominent corner position fronting on to Catherine Street at its junction with Etna Road. The premises are just under 200 metres from the junction of Catherine Street and St Peters Street.
63 Catherine Street, St Albans, AL3 5BN
Type: General Retail, Retail
63 Catherine Street, AL3 5BNGBSt. AlbansHertfordshireAL3 5BN63, Catherine Street
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY (SUBJECT TO PLANNING) Approx. 2,625 SQFT (243.9 SQM)
FREEHOLD FOR SALE LOCATION
Royal Tunbridge Wells is situated in West Kent, close to the border with East Sussex and at the northern edge of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Tunbridge Wells Borough has a resident population of around 100,000 people; the town itself comprises a population in the order of 56,000.
The town’s mainline station provides regular services to London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Charing Cross Stations to the north (approximately 45 – 60 mins), and Hastings to the south (40 mins). The town is located on the A26, which links via the A21 dual carriageway with Junction 5 of the M25 motorway.
The town is known as a shopping destination and is one of the most important retail and leisure centres in Kent, and arguably for the area between London and Hastings. The Royal Victoria Shopping Centre to north of the town has approximately 100 stores and services. The historic Pantiles Parade and High Street are situated to the south, and are well known for the excellent selection of boutique shops, restaurants and bars. SITUATION
The property is situated on the southern side of Church Road, close to the town centre and the junction with the A26. This section of Church Road comprises a mix of residential, office, leisure and residential uses, and is characterised by its Georgian and Victorian architecture. Tunbridge Wells Station is within an approximate 7-minute walk of the property, which provides regular train services to central London. DESCRIPTION
An attractive end of terrace Victorian bay fronted property constructed of predominately-painted brickwork under a pitched slate roof.
The property is currently arranged as a ground floor restaurant with part basement and non self-contained living accommodation over first and second floor levels. There is a small yard to the rear. TENURE
To be sold with vacant possession.
English Heritage Listed Status
The property is not listed.
The property is within the Royal Tunbridge Wells Conservation area.
All parties must rely on their own investigations.
Subject to planning and any other necessary consents, the property might be suitable for a range of alternative uses including full residential conversion.
The Flat at 31 Church Road is listed on the VOA as being within Council Tax band B.
The current rateable value is listed as £8,400.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE (EPC)
Rated D 76
The property is not elected for VAT
We are instructed by our clients to seek £425,000 exclusive for the freehold interest in the property, subject to contract.
31 CHURCH ROAD, ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS, KENT, TN1 IJT
High Profile, Reversionary City Centre Office Investment. - - Significant rental reversion already supported by evidence solely within the building. A much larger reversion is evidenced through recent external comparable lettings.
- Unrivalled 360-degree, panorama views from Capital Tower enabling premium rents to be commanded on upper floors.
- Strong rental growth predicted for Cardiff with Capital Tower expected to out perform the market due the high occupancy creating competitive tension for any available space.
- Recent capital investment on a new reception, all passenger lifts, 16 office floors and common areas areas has re-positioned Capital Tower as a highly sought after business destination . - 98% let to a diverse cross section of high quality occupiers including Admiral Insurance, Allianz, The AA and Robert Half with a WAULT of 5.01 years to lease expiries and 3.27 years to tenant break options.er than the prime headline rents for Cardiff of £25 per sq ft and £21 per sq ft for secondary offices.
- There have been 20 deals done in the last 3 years at Capital Tower demonstrating its leasing resilience.
- Rents have steadily increased at Capital Tower in the last 3 years ensuring that the average rent of £13.16 per sq ft is significantly reversionary with £16.50 per sq ft having been achieved within the building. This is significantly lower than the headline rent of £25 per sq ft in Cardiff.
- Exceptional parking ratio of 1:504 per sq ft with new developments now limited to 1:4,500 sq ft.
- Strong capital value growth will be achieved in the short term at Capital Tower through the reversionary nature of the current income profile.
- The combination of strong rental growth and yield compression in Cardiff, as it continues its accelerating growth, will further enhance the performance of Capital Tower going forward.
The property occupies a prominent and visible location at the junction of Barkerend Road and Garnett Street, with good frontage to Barkerend Roundabout at its junction with Otley Road. The property is on the periphery of an established industrial area, adjacent to the former Barkerend Mill and nearby occupiers include a substantial Lidl Store, a BP Garage, Hillside Bridge Health Care Centre and associated Lloyds Pharmacy.
Other occupiers in the immediate vicinity include Lubna Foods, Premier Prestige Valets, Garnett Street Tyres, Eastern Catering & Engineering.
The property extends to approximately 0.051 hectares (0.126 acres) having frontages to both Barkerend Road and Garnett Street (with access from Garnett Street). On site, there are a number of advertising panels, which we understand are shortly to be removed, meaning that full vacant possession will be available once these have been removed.
The site has previously been used for car parking, storage and other purposes and is relatively level and fenced.
The property is currently assessed for rating purposes as follows:-
Description: Advertising Right and Premises Rateable Value: £8,200
The Uniform Business Rate for 2018/2019 is 49.3 pence in the £.
Due to transitional relief provisions, the rates payable may have no relation to the rateable value. Interested parties are advised to check with the Local Rating Authority as to the current rates liability.
A section of the property is currently freehold, the remainder of the land is held upon a long leasehold basis for a term of 999 years from 11 April 1812 (approximately 793 years unexpired). No rent is apparently paid for the long leasehold interest.
A planning application for the potential residential development of the site is to be submitted by the vendor and further information is available if required upon application.
Offers in the region on £200,000 subject to contract plus VAT are invited for the subject property with full vacant possession.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is not required.
VAT will be charged at the prevailing rate.
204-210 Barkerend Road, Bradford, BD3 9BH
Type: Industrial, Residential, Land, Residential Land, Storage, Commercial Land
The property is located in Cumnock, a small town in East Ayrshire approximately 15 miles east of Ayr and 40 miles south of Glasgow. The property comprises a three storey Grade B Listed stone building beneath a pitched roof. There is a small garden to the rear. The property has been operating as a bank so we understand has Class 2 planning use with permitted change to Class 1 (shops). The building is Category B Listed and situated within a Conservation Area and a Smoke Control Zone.
- Prominent former bank branch with office accommodation above. - Ground , first and second floors for sale - Offers over £100,000 are invited - Not registered for VAT - Category B Listed - Situated in a Conservation Area and Smoke Control Zone
Former Bank Retail Premises - For Sale in Cumnock
Type: General Retail, Retail - High Street, Retail
65 Glaisnock Street, Cumnock, KA18 1BSGBCumnockAyrshireKA18 1BS65, Glaisnock Street
The site offers development platforms able to accommodate a wide variety of building sizes and specifications in very competitive timescales. The site has the benefit of an outline planning application with all mains services nd infrastructure available for connection to the site. Individual buildings can be constructed to occupiers' specific requirements on a freehold or leasehold basis. Terms available from joint agents. The site offers development platforms able to accommodate a wide variety of building sizes and specifications in very competitive timescales. The site has the benefit of an outline planning consent application with all mains services and infrastructure available for connection to the site. Individual buildings can be constructed to occupiers' specific requirements on a freehold or leasehold basis. Terms available from joint agents.
Symmetry Park, Darlington, DL1 4GQ
Type: General Industrial, Land, Industrial, Commercial Land
, Darlington, DL1 4GQGBDarlington, DarlingtonDurhamDL1 4GQLingfield Way
The hotel is in two main parts, connected via a flying freehold.
To the right is the main hotel, a Grade II Listed detached, brick built building with itched slate and flat asphalt roofs. Access from Union Street leads up steps into the main reception area. It comprises a 50 cover traditional lounge bar and 20 cover conservatory to the rear leading down into a contemporary 25 cover restaurant at the front of the building. A single set of ladies’, gentlemen’s and accessible toilet facilities have access from the main reception.
At the rear of the ground floor, there is a large function room capable of accommodating more than 100 people and can also be used for breakfast for hotel guests. There is a small room immediately adjacent to the entrance which is known as the ‘library’ and this can accommodate small meetings or can be used as a residents’ lounge. There is also a large fully fitted trade kitchen and extensive cellar.
All of the bedrooms are en-suite, mainly with showers above baths, and carpeted with flat screen TV’s, hospitality trays and telephones.
DOUBLE BUILDING PLOT TO BE SOLD WITH PLANNING CONSENT FOR TWO THREE-BEDROOM HOUSES ON A SITE OF 0.165 ACRES (0.0667 HECTARES)
GUIDE PRICE IN EXCESS OF £275,000 SUBJECT TO CONTRACT
FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION
The site is situated in a convenient residential area of 1950s/60s two storey dwellings and being approx. 0.4 miles from the centre of Paddock Wood. The village provides good shopping facilities Waitrose supermarket, restaurants, pubs, banks and cafes. Paddock Wood provides a primary school along with Mascalls Academy for senior pupils. Nearby the Hop Farm Park provides a variety of family activities. Paddock Wood main line railway station is approx. 0.5 miles providing fast and frequent services to London which can be reached in about 1 hour.
Detailed planning consent was granted by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council under ref. nos. 17/01423/FULL and dated 30th June 2017 for the demolition of the existing garages and the erection of a pair of 3 bedroom semi-detached houses together with 7 car parking spaces.
The site is roughly rectangular in shape and approx. 0.165 acre, being generally flat and approached via a single width drive running between 15 & 17 Tutsham Way. Currently the land is occupied by some 23 garages with concreted hard standing and turning area. There are a number of gates from adjoining properties and also a footpath from the adjacent road to the North West giving access through the site.
As drawn, the two houses will have the following accommodation:
Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, WC, kitchen & living room with dining area.
First Floor - 3 bedrooms, and family bathroom
7 car parking spaces
We estimate the two houses will have the following approx. gross internal floor areas:
Unit 1 (LHS) 1055 sqft 98 sqm Unit 2 (RHS) 1055 sqft 98 sqm SITE AREA
We understand the site area is 0.165 acres (0.0667 hectares).
Prospective purchasers will need to satisfy themselves as to the adequacy and availability of mains services.
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Town Hall Tunbridge Wells Kent, TN1 1RS PRICE
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in excess of £275,000 subject to contract and an unconditional basis.
The price will not be subject to VAT.
Each party to bear their own legal costs.
The site is available for inspection at any time.
GARAGE SITE, TUTSHAM WAY PADDOCK WOOD TONBRIDGE, KENT
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Garage Site, Tutsham Way, Tonbridge, TN12 6UAGBTonbridgeKentTN12 6UATutsham Way
Borough Green is a large village situated in West Kent, in the Tonbridge and Malling district. The village is well situated on the A25 Road, connecting the towns of Maidstone and Sevenoaks.
The premises are situated in the High Street, Borough Green close to the town’s shops and within walking distance of the main line station.
49 High Street – Lower Ground Floor Restaurant (VACANT)
Comprising a separate lower ground floor and basement fitted out as a restaurant and set within a substantial and prominent building of traditional red brick and rendered construction beneath a riled roof. The premises are currently vacant.
The restaurant is primarily open plan. There are a number of kitchen items that may be included with the letting/sale subject to terms agreed. The building is connected to gas, electricity, water and drainage (not tested).
49 High Street – Ground Floor Bar/ Café
Comrpises a large open plan bar premises with male and female WCs and ancillary storage areas to the rear.
Tenant: Mr. Paul Hamilton Bowman and Irina Bowman Term: 5 years from 28.06.2011 (a new lease is currently being negotiatied) Passing rent: £20,000 per annum UPPER PARTS
The upper parts comprise 3 flats which have been sold off on long leases. There is on street parking to the front of the building.
It is understood the flat leases are 99-years with terms commencing 1998 (approx. 79 years remaining). Each flat currently pays a ground rent of £100 per annum.
The units have the following approx. gross internal floor areas:
We are instructed to seek offers in the order of £350,000 exclusive, for the freehold interest, subject to contract.
Lower Ground – Rateable value of £16,750 Ground Floor – Rateable value of £9,350
Basement 49 High Street – Rated G with a score of 151
Ground Floor 49 High Street – C with a score of 53
49 HIGH STREET BOROUGH GREEN, KENT TN15 8BT
Type: Retail, Leisure
49 High Street, Sevenoaks, TN15 8BTGBSevenoaksKentTN15 8BT49, High Street