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Commercial properties for sale in Bourne, Brimscombe, Gloucestershire

Create Alert 134 results Sorry, we currently do not have any listings for sale in 0 miles of Bourne, Brimscombe, Gloucestershire - Please find below the nearest listings available.
For SalePOA
An excellent compact block of arable and pasture land with good access and mains water connected.

To be sold as a whole but may consider lotting.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3711 )
Land at Townsend Farm, Stinchcombe, Dursley, GL11 6AP
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Location: Land at Townsend Farm, Stinchcombe, Dursley, GL11 6AP
Size: 34.5 Acres
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
New
Industrial/Warehouse Unit For Sale
Unit 4 is situated to the rear of Unit 9, and can be accessed through the rear elevations via a roller shutter door.Pedestrian access is provided to the front.Internal eaves height of approximately 6m (19ft 6”)Four allocated car parking spaces.
Unit 4, Brearley Court, Baird Road, Waterwells Business Park Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2AF
Type: General Industrial, Industrial
Location: Unit 4, Brearley Court, Baird Road, Waterwells Business Park Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2AF
Size: 0 - 4695 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
New
Industrial/Warehouse Unit For Sale
The unit comprises a reception, WC and kitchenette facilities on the ground floor, with office accommodation above.The warehouse benefits from an internal eaves height of6.5m (21ft 3”).Car parking for several vehicles at the front of the unit.
Unit 6, Whitworth Court, Baird Road, Waterwells Business Park Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2DG
Type: General Industrial, Industrial
Location: Unit 6, Whitworth Court, Baird Road, Waterwells Business Park Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2DG
Size: 0 - 3420 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 2
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OR
For RentROA
Development Opportunity For Sale/To Let Former public house and restaurant with planning permission for a Bed %26 Breakfast opportunity. 4 en-suite bedrooms plus manager's flat. Parking for approximately 30 cars. Planning permission has been obtained for the construction of 5 new dwellings on the remainder of the site.



(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N89733. Dec 10 2018 5:11PM)
Former Forresters Arms Public House, 13 Malmesbury Road, SWINDON, SN6 6RH
Type: Leisure Property, Hotels, Residential, Licensed & Leisure
Location: Former Forresters Arms Public House, 13 Malmesbury Road, Leigh, SWINDON, SN6 6RH
Size: 2675 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
Approximately 17.44 acres (7.05ha) of pasture land "To Let" at Rendcomb.

The land could be let in two lots extending to 2.79 acres and 14.65 acres.

For further details please contact Eleanor Isaac on 01452 880076 or eleanor.isaac@brutonknowles.co.uk



( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3787 )
Land At Rendcomb, GL7 7HA
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Location: Land At Rendcomb, , Cirencester, GL7 7HA
Size: 2.79 - 14.65 Acres
Images: 2
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For Sale£200,000.00
Paddock land to the north of Cricklade. The property comprises approximately 16.04 acres (6.49 hectares) of level productive pasture bordered by a mixture of indigenous hedgerows and post and rail fencing.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 424369 )
Paddock Land, West Mill Lane, Cricklade, SN6 6NB
Type: Farm, Commercial Land
Location: Paddock Land, West Mill Lane, Cricklade, SN6 6NB
Size: 16.04 Acres
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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For Sale£1,100,000.00
The south-facing Shoecroft Barn is positioned overlooking Bibury Trout Farm. A Grade II Listed barn conversion providing living accommodation on two upper floors with storage on the lower floor.

Location
The property is located in the village of Bibury in the heart of the Cotswolds, 6.5 miles from Cirencester and 10 miles from Burford. It is within easy reach of Cheltenham (22 miles) and the motorway network, M5 Junction 11A (20 miles). Mainline train service at Kemble (12 miles) to London Paddington (80 minutes).

Bibury Village
Bibury Trout Farm stands in the centre of the village, which is at the heart of the Cotswold tourist trail. The village of Bibury itself was famously referred to as the 'most beautiful village in England' by William Morris. On the banks of the river Coln, Bibury itself is rich in both history and nature. The cottages known as Arlington Row are believed to have been built around 1380 as a monastic wool store and later converted into weavers' cottages in the 17th century.

Shoecroft Barn
A traditional barn converted on the first and second floors together with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Planning permission has been granted to convert the ground floor workshops and incorporate them into the main house.

Outside
A range of traditional buildings.

The Land
Extending to approximately 7 acres (2.8 ha). There are 20 rearing and stock ponds with a water area of 1.5 acres (0.6 ha) currently forming part of Bibury Trout Farm.

Development Potential
There is the potential subject to planning to amalgamate a number of the stock ponds to create either a private or commercial fishing lake.

The land also has the potential to be suitable as a potential glamping site. Alternatively the land and water could be leased back to the new owner of Bibury Trout Farm and Visitor Centre.

Services
Shoecroft Barn has the benefit of mains water, 3-phase electricity and septic tank drainage.

Council Tax
Shoecroft Barn - Council Tax Band G
Council Tax payable 2018/19 £2,700

Agents' Notes

Tenure & Possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Rights of Way & Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing Rights of Way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplied in other rights obligations, easements, quasi-easements and restrictive covenants or all existing proposed wayleaves for masts, staves, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.

Consumer Protection Regulations
Under the regulations, what we say or publish about a property must not be false or misleading and we�must provide certain material information to enable a potential viewer or purchaser to take an informed transactional decision.

Measurements
Any areas, measurements or distances referred to as approximate are given as a guide and are not precise. If such details are fundamental to a purchase, purchasers must rely on their own enquiries.

Important Notice
Fenn Wright for themselves and the Vendor of this property whose Agents they are, give notice that:

The particulars are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Prospective purchaser/s and lessees should seek their own professional advice.

All descriptions, dimensions, areas, reference to condition and if necessary permissions for use and occupation and their details are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any intending purchaser/s should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.

No person in the employment of Fenn Wright has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty, whether in relation to this property or these particulars, nor to enter into any contract relating to the property on behalf of the Vendors.

No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by any intending purchaser/s in inspecting properties that have been sold, let or withdrawn.

Local Authority
Cotswold District Council
Trinity Road
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1PX
T: 01285 623000

Photographs taken:2018
Particulars prepared:November 2018

Guide Price
Offers in excess of £1,100,000

Note to Buyers
Bibury Trout Farm is for sale as whole with Shoecroft Barn. The vendor will consider selling Shoecroft Barn in its immediate curtilage as a separate lot, for purchasers not interested in the additional land and lakes.

Viewing Strictly by Appointment Through:
Fenn Wright
1 Tollgate East
Stanway
Colchester
CO3 8RS
T: 01206 216555
Email: tjg@fennwright.co.uk / mjf@fennwright.co.uk


( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868794 )
Shoecroft Barn, Cirencester, GL7 5NL
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Shoecroft Barn, , Bibury, Cirencester, GL7 5NL
Size: 7 Acres
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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For Sale£900,000.00
Bibury Trout Farm is one of Britain's oldest, and certainly most attractive, trout farms. Founded in 1902 by the famous naturalist Arthur Severn, it was created to stock the local rivers and streams with native Brown Trout. The site covers one of the most beautiful valleys in the Cotswolds, the Coln Valley. The current owners took over the fish farm in 2001 and have developed the business into one of the country's leading fish farms together with a very successful visitor centre.

Location
The property is located in the village of Bibury in the heart of the Cotswolds, 6.5 miles from Cirencester and 10 miles from Burford. It is within easy reach of Cheltenham (22 miles) and the motorway network, M5 Junction 11A (20 miles). Mainline train service at Kemble (12 miles) to London Paddington (80 minutes).

Bibury Village
Bibury Trout Farm stands in the centre of the village, which is at the heart of the Cotswold tourist trail. The village of Bibury itself was famously referred to as the 'most beautiful village in England' by William Morris. On the banks of the river Coln, Bibury itself is rich in both history and nature. The cottages known as Arlington Row are believed to have been built around 1380 as a monastic wool store and later converted into weavers' cottages in the 17th century.

The site extends in total to approximately 13.8 acres (5.5 ha) as shown on the site plan.

Shoecroft Barn
The south-facing Shoecroft Barn is positioned overlooking the fish farm. A Grade II Listed barn conversion providing living accommodation on two upper floors with storage on the lower floor.

A traditional barn converted on the first and second floors together with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Planning permission has been granted to convert the ground floor workshops and incorporate them into the main house.

Outside
A range of traditional buildings currently housing the fish smoker and the remainder used for storage.

Visitor Centre
The retail shop and caf� are located on the south west corner of the site alongside the main road running through the village and are reached via a timber bridge over the Millrace. The building is mainly built of Cotswold stone under a Cotswold stone tiled roof with a timber extension to the rear with a veranda overlooking the water.

The layout includes a fresh fish counter, retail area and cold store with an office and storage on the first floor. The caf� is located in a small timber cabin under a felted roof with servery overlooking a terrace with tables under marquees.

The Visitor Centre includes wide gravel pathways for guided tours with picnic areas and a children's play area. A "catch your own fishery" includes a timber fishing hut under a shingle roof and seating area with an adjacent car park.

Cotswold Tourism
Cotswolds Tourism, as the official Destination Management Organisation for the area, conducts an annual Economic Impact Study into tourism in the area. The report highlights the number of unique visitors in 2017 were 1.1m (up 42% on 2016). Bibury trout farm itself received 53,390 visitors in 2017, with many more visiting the shop and caf�.

Rack Isle
A detached two storey natural stone building under a tiled roof situated opposite the Visitors Centre. Currently used as a storage area on the ground floor and an office on the first floor accessed via a spiral staircase.

Planning permission for residential conversion was passed many years ago, but has subsequently lapsed.

Trout Farm
The farm is well positioned on an island between the River Coln and the Millrace which forms the southern boundary of the property. Bibury Trout Farm is managed as a hatchery and the farm currently produces about 80 tonnes per year of high quality brown and rainbow trout bred and reared for restocking fisheries, rivers and reservoirs as well as supplying the Visitor Centre shop and beginners fishery.

The River Coln and Millrace serve five main waters at the heart of the site, fully aerated, alongside a series of rearing ponds connected by feeder channels with sluice gates and an overflow to the Millrace.

The rearing ponds to the west of the site are reached via a bridge over the river with separate track access from an adjacent lane. The ponds are maintained at up to 20ft depths with the settlement pond alongside.

The farm is bordered by open fields and woodland through which the river flows. There is a total water area of 4.3 acres (1.7 ha) with 44 individually fed ponds from the river/mill stream.

The Hatchery
Fed by the Bibury Spring, the farm rears its own fry with a capacity of up to 6 million eggs per year as well as sales of ova and fry within the industry.� The hatchery has Global Gap,� Freedom� Foods and RSPCA accreditation.

The hatchery is located on the east boundary, a Cotswold stone building under a pitch stoned tiled roof with a stone extension under a felted flat roof. The hatchery has the benefit of hatching trays, zouga jars, external raceways/hatching boxes, 10 covered concrete rearing tanks, spring water system, pump room, storage area and staff welfare room.

The farm is fed by the River Coln via the Millrace.� EA abstraction licences for 2.2 million gallons per day plus an additional 1 million gallons per day between May and November.

The Business
The accounts for the year ending 28th February 2018 show a turnover of £1,311,000.

The Trout Farm turnover was £466,000.

The Visitor Centre (caf�, retail sales, entrance fees, fishery) currently turns over approximately £845,195

Profit and loss accounts will be made available to serious potential buyers after viewing.

TUPE
The Visitor Centre employs a full time operations manager, 6 full time persons and 6 part time persons. The Trout Farm employs 7 full time persons and 2 part time persons.

The purchaser will be required to comply with the relevant legislation in respect of present employed staff. A staff list can be made available to seriously interested parties.

Development Potential
It has been identified that there is potential to restructure the business in the future with the potential to scale down the fish farm production and simplify the business model. The centre of the fish farm opposite Shoecroft Barn, subject to planning and the appropriate consents from the Environment Agency, could be re-landscaped to create a conservation or fishing lake.

The western end of the fish farm has the potential to be re-landscaped and developed for glamping or continued in its current format.

The hatchery building, subject to planning, could be converted into a caf�/restaurant. Rack Isle may have development potential as a holiday accommodation. A pre-application has been submitted to Cotswold District Council to assess the various possibilities for the property.
Fixtures, Fittings & Equipment
A detailed list can be made available to seriously interested parties.

Shop Stock
All stock forming part of the Visitor Centre is available by separate negotiation. The shop/caf� stocks an average of £25,000 of stock during the year.

Fish Stocks
The fish stocks vary during the year due to the production cycle. The purchase of the fish stock will be by separate negotiation, at cost price.

Planning Permission
Bibury Trout Farm and Visitor Centre has operated at its current use for many years. Planning permission was granted for the erection of a single storey extension to form toilets dated 18th March 2016. Permission is currently being sought to extend the car park to provide an additional 27 spaces including 5 disabled spaces.

Services
Mains water is connected to Shoecroft Barn, Visitor Centre and the hatchery. 3-phase electricity throughout the site plus two back up generators in case of mains failure. Septic tank drainage for Shoecroft Barn, mains drainage to the Visitor Centre.

Council Tax
Shoecroft Barn - Council Tax Band G
Council Tax payable 2018/19 £2,700

Business Rates
Shop and Premises rateable value - £3,600

Rates payable 2018/19 £0 The business currently qualifies for 100% small business rate relief.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868793 )
Bibury Trout Farm & Visitor Centre, Cirencester, GL7 5NL
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Bibury Trout Farm & Visitor Centre, , Bibury, Cirencester, GL7 5NL
Size: 13.8 Acres
Images: 5
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For Sale£500,000.00
Location
Waterside Caf� and Walters Lake is situated adjacent to the Spine Road running through the Cotswold Water Park near South Cerney. Cirencester 6 miles, Swindon 14 miles and M4 (Junction 15) 15 miles.

The Property
Extending to approximately 7.5 acres (3ha) as shown edged red on the site plan. Walters Lake is a purpose built commercial coarse lake that has now matured into an ideal pleasure and match fishery. Waterside Caf� is a very popular and profitable business with owners' accommodation overlooking Walters Lake.

There is considerable potential to develop other non-caf� income with further diversification of the adjoining land and Walters Lake subject to planning.

Waterside Caf�
A purpose built caf� with an internal area of approximately 120m2 comprising of fully fitted commercial kitchen with ancillary storage and W.C.'s and open plan seating area for approximately 60 internal covers and 40 external covers.

The caf� is popular with visitors to the Cotswold Water Park, local trade and visiting anglers and serves home cooked to order food. Waterside caf� has a level 5 food hygiene rating from the local authority.

Owner's Accommodation
Situated above the caf� with a separate external access, a self-contained flat providing the following accommodation:

Lounge 7.77m (25'6") x 4.46m (14'8") Two skylights, two double doors, door to:

Kitchen 4.45m (14'7") x 3.04m (10') Skylight, door to:

Entrance Hall - Door to:

Bedroom 1 4.45m (14'7") x 3.08m (10'1") Two skylights, door to: En-suite - Skylight, door to:

Bedroom 3 3.08m (10'1") x 2.82m (9'3") Skylight, Storage cupboard, door to:

Bedroom 2 3.04m (10') x 2.82m (9'3") Skylight, door to:

Bathroom Skylight, door.

Outside
There is large car park adjacent to the caf� with a stone surface together with one storage container and two sheds.

Walters Lake
Extending to 4 acres (1.6 ha) with 73 pegs and a maximum depth of 6ft. Stocked with common carp, mirror carp, roach, rudd, perch, bream and tench.
Walters Lake consists of four lanes which has been designed in such a way that every peg fishes towards an island. The record match weight of 446lbs was caught in May 2013.

Walters Lake has the benefit of natural ground water and four aerators.

The Business
The turnover for the caf� for the year ending January 2018 was approximately £200,000. The caf� is open 7 days a week from 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The turnover for Walters Lake for 2018 was £24,000.

From 31st January 2019, Walters Lake day ticket prices are scheduled to increase to £10 per day for adults and £6 per day for juniors.

Services
Mains water and electricity. 2 x 2,000 litre gas tanks, (current supplier calor). Private drainage to Bio-digester system.

Underfloor heating to caf� and central heating to flat.

Business Rates/Council Tax
The flat Council Tax band A amount payable 2018/19 £1,096.67. (Single occupancy)

Caf� rateable value ££4,650
Rates payable 2018/19 £0. The property currently qualifies for 100% small business rate relief.

Planning
Planning permission was granted to extend the existing clubhouse and car park as part of a larger planning application dated the 12th January 2010 reference 09/03621/FUL.

A pre-planning application was submitted to Cotswold District Council to establish whether or not planning permission would be potentially forthcoming for a glamping site to include up to 50 camping pitches, together with the redesign of Walters Lake to create a fresh water swimming lake with beach area. The full response is available from the agents.

Energy Performance
EPC (Caf�) - D
EPC (Flat) - D

Agents' Notes
Tenure & Possession
The caf�, together with the flat will be offered with vacant possession upon completion.

The Caf� and Walters Lake will be offered with vacant possession on completion.

Fixtures, Fittings & Stock
The sale includes fixtures and fittings in the caf� and the flat together with fish stocks within the lakes. Fenn Wright are not liable in any way for the quality or quantity of the fish stocks, nor any death or disease that may affect such stocks. Purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the quality and quantity of the fish stocks prior to purchase. Stock in the caf� will be at valuation on completion.

Rights of Way & Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing Rights of Way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplied in other rights obligations, easements, quasi-easements and restrictive covenants or all existing proposed wayleaves for masts, staves, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.

Consumer Protection Regulations
Under the regulations, what we say or publish about a property must not be false or misleading and we�must provide certain material information to enable a potential viewer or purchaser to take an informed transactional decision.

Measurements
Any areas, measurements or distances referred to as approximate are given as a guide and are not precise. If such details are fundamental to a purchase, purchasers must rely on their own enquiries.

Important Notice
Fenn Wright for themselves and the Vendor of this property whose Agents they are, give notice that:

The particulars are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Prospective purchaser/s and lessees should seek their own professional advice. All descriptions, dimensions, areas, reference to condition and if necessary permissions for use and occupation and their details are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any intending purchaser/s should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.

No person in the employment of Fenn Wright has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty, whether in relation to this property or these particulars, nor to enter into any contract relating to the property on behalf of the Vendors.

No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by any intending purchaser/s in inspecting properties that have been sold, let or withdrawn.

Local Authority
Cotswold District Council
Trinity Road
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1PX
T: 01285 623000

Photographs taken:2018
Particulars prepared:November 2018

Guide Price
Offers in excess of £500,000.

** The vendors have confirmed they will consider selling the caf� as a separate lot to Walters Lake.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868781 )
Waterside Cafe And Walters Lake, Wickwater Lane, Cirencester, GL7 5RL
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Waterside Cafe And Walters Lake, Wickwater Lane, South Cerney, Cirencester, GL7 5RL
Size: 7.5 Acres
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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For Sale£299,000.00
Public house located opposite the Kingsholm Rugby Stadium
Recently refurbished with Open plan lounge bar trading area
Currently wet sales only but with potential to add food
Covered beer terrace area to the front
2 bedroom managers accommodation to the first floor
The Queens Head 68, Kingsholme Road, Gloucestershire, GL1 3BQ
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The Queens Head 68, Kingsholme Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 3BQ
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
Cafe and Residential Property The property comprises a semi-detached property configured over two floors. The ground floor comprises a cafe, with kitchen, male and female WCs and store. The fittings and kitchen appliances are available by way of separate negotiation. The first floor is accessed via a separate entrance and stairwell and comprises of a self-contained two bedroom flat. Externally to the rear of the property there is a single storey garage and parking.



(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N89731. Nov 13 2018 11:55AM)
Seymour Cafe, 91 Theresa Street, GLOUCESTER, GL1 5PR
Type: General Retail, Residential, Restaurants/Cafes, Retail, Licensed & Leisure
Location: Seymour Cafe, 91 Theresa Street, GLOUCESTER, GL1 5PR
Size: 1777 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
The site primarily comprises 2 no. buildings; Albion Chambers and Burleigh House, plus a large car park. Both properties have been used most recently as offices however we consider the site suitable for conversion/ refurbishment for various uses, subject to the necessary consents.



(From Caldes Software. Property Ref: N9869. Nov 12 2018 3:53PM)
Albion Chambers and Burleigh House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1QD
Type: Land, Office, Commercial Land, Offices
Location: Albion Chambers and Burleigh House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1QD
Size: 2658 - 8243 Sq Ft
Images: 2
Brochures: 1
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Under OfferFor sale: £900,000.00
The property forms part of Montpellier Arcade and comprises an attractive end terrace Grade II listed building. There are two ground floor units, one occupied as a shop and the corner unit as a wine bar and both have basement space which John Gordons use as additional seating/bar space, kitchen and WCs and Cologne & Cotton use as storage. Above these Units are two offices at first and second floor level. The offices as separately accessed from Montpellier Walk (A4015). The office accommodation for 10 Montpellier Arcade extends over the entrance archway for the communal courtyard to the centre of the arcade.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 231 )
8-11 Montpellier Arcade, Cheltenham, GL50 1SU
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: 8-11 Montpellier Arcade, , Montpellier, Cheltenham, GL50 1SU
Size: 3473 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For Sale£4,000,000.00
The property comprises a series of interlinked buildings, owing to the continued development of the main building over the centuries.

The main building has been partially converted to hotel use, and has an attached chapel currently operating as a music venue, although could suit a variety of uses subject to planning.

The buildings are constructed in Cotswold stone and benefit from many attractive, retained period features. The property is constructed of coursed rubble limestone with ashlar dressings; ashlar chimneys and a stone tiled roof (although some parts have concrete tiles).

Internally, the main building currently comprises a restaurant, 14 lettable hotel bed rooms and an attached dwelling, The Lodge, occupied by the current owner, omprising 2 reception rooms, kitchen and breakfast room, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

There are various elements of the building which remain undeveloped giving a purchaser an opportunity to create a striking and individual hotel or alternatively a fine private dwelling.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 207 )
The Convent, Convent Lane, WOODCHESTER, GL5 5HS
Type: Other, Residential, Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Commercial Land
Location: The Convent, Convent Lane, WOODCHESTER, GL5 5HS
Size: 33358 Sq Ft
Images: 3
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
Land With Potential For Redevelopment (Subject To Planning)
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 20009704 )
Former Severn Trent Sewerage Treatment Works, Gloucester, GL2 9DA
Type: General Industrial, Land, Industrial, Commercial Land
Location: Former Severn Trent Sewerage Treatment Works, , Longford, Gloucester, GL2 9DA
Size: 14.8 Acres
Images: 3
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
For Sale By Informal Tender
Bids to be received by Thursday 6th December 2018.

Residential Development Land with a Resolution to Grant Outline Planning Permission for up to 74 dwellings extending to some 7.71 Acres.

The site is located to the south east of Tewkesbury Road
(A38) and situated within the borough of Twigworth,
Gloucester. Gloucester city centre is located approximately
2.5 miles to the south west of the site, and the centre of
Cheltenham is approximately 6.2 miles to the east.

The Illustrative Masterplan provides for up to 74 dwellings as well as areas of public open space around the new homes. SuDS, a pumping station and play area are incorporated into the development within the south west of the site.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3759 )
Development Land At Yew Tree Farm, Tewkesbury Road, Gloucester, GL2 9PP
Type: Residential, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Development Land At Yew Tree Farm, Tewkesbury Road, Twigworth, Gloucester, GL2 9PP
Size: 7.71 Acres
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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For Sale£145,000.00
No 95 is centrally located on Northgate Street only a short distance from the city centre and within close proximity to where Northgate Street meets Bruton Way, Gloucester's inner ring road, this links to Metz Way. There are new developments in the immediate vicinity including a large residential complex being completed by Rooftop Housing and a new £8.5m bus station which opened in October 2018.

Major retailers nearby include Wilkinsons, Sainsbury's, Cash Converters, Oxfam and British Heart Foundation.

The property comprises a self-contained mid terrace office/retail unit of concrete frame construction under a flat roof. It benefits from a fully glazed shop front with additional glazing at both first and second floor levels enhancing natural lighting. Internally the ground floor has been fitted out to provide a number of offices with a single WC at the rear.

It has planning consent for Class A2 (Financial Services) in the Use Classes Order 1987. This covers Estate Agency and Financial Services. We also be believe there would be an automatic right to change to general retail (Class A1) but interested parties should check with Gloucester City Council to verify this.

VAT will not be charged on the purchase price.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3756 )
95 Northgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2AA
Type: Office, General Retail, Offices, Retail
Location: 95 Northgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2AA
Size: 1372 Sq Ft
Images: 1
Brochures: 2
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For Sale£180,000.00
The permanent pasture land extending to approximately 24.81 acres, is one level parcel of grade 3 agricultural land. The land is accessed via a public right of way from Slad at the top of Folly Lane and over third party land via the route marked brown on the plan. There is also access from the north through Frith Wood from Bulls Cross.

There is a public footpath running along the boundary of the land.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3751 )
Land at Painswick, Stroud, GL6 6SG
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Location: Land at Painswick, , Painswick, Stroud, GL6 6SG
Size: 0 - 24.81 Acres
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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For SalePOA
BIDS NOW RECEIVED

- Resolution to Grant Outline consent for up to 465 Residential Dwellings
- 35% Affordable Housing
- Mix of 2-4 Bedroom Homes and 1 Bed Apartments
- Greenfield Development Land
- 48.94 Acres (19.8 Hectares)

The site consists of arable land bound by established hedgerows and trees to all boundaries. There is existing residential development located to the North and East. The site's eastern boundary adjoins the residential area on Parkside Drive and Dancey Road.

The site benefits from a Resolution to Grant 'Outline planning permission for residential development comprising 465 (no) new family homes, public open space, landscaping, drainage and other facilities with associated vehicular and pedestrian access. Parcel 3745 Cheltenham Road East Churchdown Gloucester Gloucestershire'.

The Pirton Fields site is situated to the north-east of Gloucester, immediately to the south-west of Innsworth and adjacent to Cheltenham Road East (B4063). The site is near Churchdown, which is a village between Gloucester and Cheltenham, in the County of Gloucestershire. The A40 Gloucester Ring Road lies approximately 100 meters to the west and the A40 Gloucester to Cheltenham Golden Valley bypass approximately 200 meters to the South.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3731 )
Land At Pirton Fields, Cheltenham Road, Churchdown, GL3 1HS
Type: Residential
Location: Land At Pirton Fields, Cheltenham Road, Churchdown, GL3 1HS
Size: 48.94 Acres
Images: 4
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BIDS NOW RECEIVED.

Resolution to Grant Outline Planning Permission for 90 Dwellings.

The application site consists of pasture land bound by
established hedgerows and trees to all boundaries. There is
existing residential development located off Box Road Avenue to the south west. The site is located within a broadly flat landscape to the north of the Cotswolds AONB hills.

- Up to 90 Residential Units
- Greenfield Development Land
- 9.04 Acres (3.66 Hectares)
- Attractive Setting

S.17/1366/OUT - Resolution to Grant Outline permission for
up to 90 residential dwellings with public open space,
landscaping, Sustainable drainage system (SuDs), additional
parking facilities for Cam and Dursley Railway Station and
vehicular access point from Box Road. All matters to be
reserved with the exception of the main site access. Land
North West Of Box Road Cam Gloucestershire. The local
authority it Stroud District Council.

Please Note: Land neighbouring the subject site is available For Sale with David James and Partners. The adjacent land benefits from a consent for 36 Units. For the avoidance of doubt our site is in no way linked to this disposal. Further information can be found on the link below.

http://www.djandp.co.uk/cgi-bin/properties-for-sale-rent/summary-details.pl?propID=9177724

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3727 )
Development Land, Box Road, Dursley, GL11 5DH
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Development Land, Box Road, Cam, Dursley, GL11 5DH
Size: 9.04 Acres
Images: 2
Brochures: 1
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Extending to approximately 5 acres the land is located to the western edge of the Lower Cam and is currently accessed off the Bowlers Lea cul-de-sac.

Cam is a settlement currently in high demand for residential development, with its strategic location in relation to Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham. The area is benefitted by its mainline railway station, its local retail opportunities and education facilities.

Offers sought for promotion or option agreements.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3715 )
Land Off Bowlers Lea, Bowlers Lea, Dursley, GL11 5JF
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Location: Land Off Bowlers Lea, Bowlers Lea, Cam, Dursley, GL11 5JF
Size: 5 Acres
Images: 1
Brochures: 1
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Littledean is a small settlement approximately 4 miles to the east of Cinderford. The village is host to a post office and C of E primary school alongside other amenities.

The parcel consists of 2.35 acres of land, previously used as paddocks. The western most side adjoins directly on to Sutton road with direct access.

We are instructed to seek offers for an Option or Promotion Agreement.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3704 )
Prescott Meadow Land Adjoining Sutton Road, Sutton Road, Cinderford, GL14 3NH
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Location: Prescott Meadow Land Adjoining Sutton Road, Sutton Road, Littledean, Cinderford, GL14 3NH
Size: 2.35 Acres
Images: 1
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For Sale by Informal Tender - Land with Consent for the Development of 5 dwellings.

The consents provide for the erection of three detached and two semi-detached dwellings. Plot 1 to comprise a detached two storey dwelling with garden and parking. Plots 2 and 3 to comprise a pair of semi-detached two storey houses to the same design. Plots 4 and 5 are located close to the mill stream and comprise a pair of two storey detached dwellings with a shared carport providing two spaces per dwelling. These units also benefit from enclosed gardens.

The Millend Mill is located in the Village of Eastington, which lies four miles west of Stroud and nine miles south of Gloucester. Eastington has a wide range of amenities including a post office, co-op, butchers, garage and pubs. The location of the site is semi-rural, but transport links are good with the A419 providing access to Junction 13 of the M5 Motorway and the A38.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3702 )
Development Land Millend Mill, Millend Lane, Stonehouse, GL103SF
Type: Residential, Residential
Location: Development Land Millend Mill, Millend Lane, Eastington, Stonehouse
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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For Sale by Informal Tender - Land with Consent for the Development of 5 dwellings.

The consents provide for the erection of three detached and two semi-detached dwellings. Plot 1 to comprise a detached two storey dwelling with garden and parking. Plots 2 and 3 to comprise a pair of semi-detached two storey houses to the same design. Plots 4 and 5 are located close to the mill stream and comprise a pair of two storey detached dwellings with a shared carport providing two spaces per dwelling. These units also benefit from enclosed gardens.

The Millend Mill is located in the Village of Eastington, which lies four miles west of Stroud and nine miles south of Gloucester. Eastington has a wide range of amenities including a post office, co-op, butchers, garage and pubs. The location of the site is semi-rural, but transport links are good with the A419 providing access to Junction 13 of the M5 Motorway and the A38.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 3696 )
Development Land Millend Mill, Millend Lane, Stonehouse, GL103SF
Type: Residential, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: Development Land Millend Mill, Millend Lane, Eastington, Stonehouse
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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