An outstanding opportunity to develop a piece of maritime history in Plymouth Sound
Plymouths is home to the largest naval base in Europe with HMS Raleigh one of only two centres in the UK for naval recruits to commence their basic training and naval career. The city has also become one of Europe's leading centres of expertise in the marine science and technology. Plymouth is in the midst of considerable regeneration and investment in the lead up to 2020, which will showcase the city in celebration of the Pilgrim Fathers leaving Mayflower Steps for America in 1620. The city council has been a major force in bringing about public and developer led schemes to enhance a number of key sectors, with a focus on industry, tourism, education and housing. Whilst this is expected to maintain far beyond 2020, this major anniversary year is a core focus to give Plymouth world wide coverage.
As of Spring 2017, planning has been approved for a luxury hotel complex, which includes the conversion of the existing grade II buildings and the Scheduled Ancient Monument casemated battery along with significant infrastructure works. The project offers a tremendous opportunity for the island to once again become a flagship in Plymouth Sound. The current owners are looking at all available options in order to bring the island back into use and are open to all proposals from hotel operating companies and joint venture partners.
Modern self-contained office building with undercroft parking suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning.
Plymouth is located on the A38 Devon Expressway, the main arterial route through the County of Devon and is one of the principal routes into Cornwall. The A38 Devon Expressway connects the national motorway network at Exeter approximately 40 miles to the north east of Plymouth. Plymouth also has a noted Naval port and Dockyard, and benefits a railway station on the Penzance to Paddington main line. The Property is located in Ker Street, Devonport, opposite the Co-operative convenience Store and close to the Mount Wise and Vision developments. It occupies a prominent position at the apex of Ker Street Duke, Street and George Street. The site forms part of the Devonport Regeneration Area which has been extensively redeveloped for new residential.
Self-contained VRV Comfort-Cooling System Ground floor reception Lift to all floors Raised Floors Suspended ceilings Recessed lighting Part open plan Board and meeting rooms Showers and disabled facilities 12 car parking spaces in the basement car park
Ker Street falls within the Devonport Conservation Area and that forms part of the Devonport Area Action Plan 2006-2021. The area action Plan seeks to regenerate the area and re-create Devonport as a more attractive and sustainable community by delivering a mix of housing employment uses and retail. Change of Use of the building from offices to residential may be permitted under PDR legislation subject to meeting the qualifying criteria.