The existing property is a 3 storey building comprising a pub across basement and ground floor level and a 23 room Hotel across first and second floor extending to 10,200 sqft GIA.
The property is located on Woolwich Road and is approximately a 2 minute walk from Charlton Overground Railway Station which provides services into London Bridge in 22 minutes.
The building is situated on a landmark corner plot and is a 2 minute walk from Charlton Athletic Football Club (The Valley) with seating capacity for 27,111 and hosting regular matches.
Planning permission was granted in August 2017 for 8 x flats and 2 x commercial units. Planning reference: 15/2272/FUL.
Planning permission has been submitted utilising the same massing as the approved residential scheme for the conversion of the existing hotel and construction of a third floor to create a 60 room hotel and retention of the original pub at ground floor level. Planning reference: 18/2673/F.
The proposal involves conversion of existing hotel with side extension and erection of an additional floor to accommodate 60 hotel rooms. At ground floor level the public house will be refurbished, with the smaller function room being converted into additional hotel rooms. The remaining ground floor will comprise 12 x rooms . There will be 17 x rooms at both first and second floor and 14 x rooms at roof level.
The proposal will extend to 17,771 sqft GIA.
We are aware that the existing hotel charges a blended rate of £60 per night giving the hotel an ERV of c. £503,000 pa. Based on Comparable evidence we are of the opinion that the 60 unit scheme finished to a good specification would be able to achieve a blended rate per night of £120 giving it an ERV of £2,628,000. (this is based on 100% occupancy).
The property is available freehold with vacant possession.
We are aware that the property is not elected for VAT.
EXISTING PUB AND 23 ROOM HOTEL WITH POTENTIAL TO INCREASE TO 60 ROOMS
Prominent, town centre property, consisting of a former Bank and Public House, Ground and First Floor Offices, Residential Apartment and two adjacent car parks. Forming a desirable opportunity for acquisition for owner occupiers, investors and developers alike. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 103715 )
16 Hardshaw Street & Bank House Claughton Stre, Hardshaw Street & Claughton Street, St. Helens, WA10 1RE
The development will comprise a new build roadside scheme accessed directly from Dudley Road close to the junction with Sedgley Road East (A457). It is suitable for a variety of roadside, trade, retail and drive thru food and beverage uses.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 20010078 )
Roadside Scheme, Dudley Port, Tipton, DY4 7RB
Type: General Retail, Hotels, Restaurants/Cafes, Retail Park, Land, Retail, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land
The property comprises a former purpose built health centre of brick construction beneath a flat roof. Internally, the accommodation is cellular in layout comprising a series of consulting and treatment rooms together with kitchen and WC facilities.
The building sits on a roughly rectangular plot of approx 0.45 acres.
PLANNING - The property has a current D1 use suitable for medical, training, community centre, nursery etc.
In terms of alternative uses, a pre-application for residential was recently submitted and the local authority have provided an informal response confirming that a residential scheme on the site would be agreeable in principal. The pre-application included sketch schemes for 9 or 10 houses (2, 3 & 4 bed) and 23 or 24 flats (mix of 1 and 2 bed).
Copies of the pre-application sketch schemes are available upon request. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 747 )
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 )
The property comprises a single-storey vacant club building with a car park to the front of the site. Internally the space provides a ballroom area, skittle alley, bar area, WCs, cellar and good store.
The subject comprises a roughly rectangular and level site bound to the south and east by industrial uses, to the west there is a nursery school and vacant building and to the north is Meriton Street. Vehicular access is directly off Meriton Street. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2041858 )
Former Royal British Legion, Meriton Street, Bristol, BS2 0SZ
Type: Warehouse, General Industrial, Leisure Property, Land, Industrial, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land
Former Royal British Legion, Meriton Street, St Philips, Bristol, BS2 0SZGBBristol, City Of, BristolGloucestershireBS2 0SZMeriton Street
The majority of the site is occupied by a vacant building, previously the Newburn Hotel, which was constructed in 1895 by F.M. Laing. The area of ground to the west of the main building (previously the stables and garden area) is currently vacant.
The site has open views over the River Tyne to the south and views up Station Road to the north. The existing building is constructed in an attractive red facing brick. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2041898 )
Former Newburn Hotel, Station Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE15 8LS
~Offers Invited in the Region of~ Prominent end of terrace/corner four-storey mixed use building, arranged as a bar over the ground floor and basement (historic A3 use), with living accommodation on the first and second floors, providing a large 2 bedroom maisonette, with separate living room and kitchen.
Occupied entirely by an independent bar operator, who we understand is currently trying to sell their leasehold interest. There is therefore an ‘asset management’ opportunity to try and redevelop/extend the upper parts/rear of the building, by way of separate negotiation with the tenant.
Situated in a busy bar and restaurant circuit on High Street in Croydon, close to it’s junction with South End (A235) and within walking distance into Croydon town centre and Old Town.
Neighbouring occupiers include; Tesco, Mail Boxes Etc, Domino’s, Coughlans, Crown & Pepper, Dial-a-Flight, Galicia, Call Print and other independent and local traders.
Mixed Use Freehold Investment For Sale - 282 High Street, Croydon, CR0 1NG
The Grade II listed Kirk Mill is situated in Chipping and provides the opportunity to comprehensively redevelop the historic former cotton-spinning mill and associated buildings. The consented scheme will form the centrepiece of the wider Kirk Mill Conservation Area with the potential to create a unique 60 bed hotel, spa, restaurant and wedding complex.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the best surviving examples of an ‘Arkwright-type’ mill in Lancashire with consent for extensive extensions, ancillary buildings, mill pond and land.
Kirk Mill & Malt Kiln House
Type: Hotels, Licensed & Leisure
Kirk Mill & Malt Kiln House, Malt Kiln Lane, Chipping, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 2GPGBRibble Valley, PrestonLancashirePR3 2GPMalt Kiln Lane
A rare opportunity to acquire a vacant freehold development site just a short walk from historic Greenwich. The site is currently occupied by a redundant former public house arranged over basement and three upper floors. Planning permission is in place for the construction of a contemporary 7 storey building to comprise a ground floor commercial unit and six luxury 2 bedroom apartments.
95 Thames Street, Greenwich, London SE10
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Land, Licensed & Leisure, Commercial Land
Plots 4 & 5 comprises 1.94 acres and 1.66 acres respectively. Each plot has separate access and can be developed separately if required. These two sites adjoin Cambridge Road which is a main route within an expanding mixed commercial and residential area. Both plots are the subject of outline planning applications for residentail which are due to be determined imminently. However the plots are potentially well suited to alternate uses (subject to planning) eg trade, retail, showroom, foodstore, etc. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1803 )
The property comprises a substantial 34 bedroom hotel offering extensive accommodation.
At ground floor there is a reception, bar lounge with artists stage, TV lounge, restaurant with bar, toilets, service kitchen and various stores.
The first floor provides 10 en-suite letting rooms, a separate shower room and several stores.
At second floor there are 12 en-suite letting rooms and several stores.
There are 12 further en-suite letting rooms at third floor with additional stores.
The basement provides a restaurant with bar, toilets, catering kitchen, prep rooms, dry store, laundry/utility, office, owners/managers flat (lounge, bathroom and bedroom), large integral garage and several stores.
There is stair and lift access between each floor level.
Externally, there are enclosed service yard areas to the rear of the property.
The property offers the potential to split the accommodation to create smaller hotel/guest house units or convert the accommodation to alternative use, subject to the grant of any necessary consents. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 102450 )
The Balmoral Hotel, 3-6 Fort Terrace, Bridlington, YO15 2PE
The property comprises a semi-detached former restaurant premises situated over two floors together with an extensive ground floor extension and an inter-connecting two storey store area. All original equipment and kitchen items etc have been removed.
The property has recently been granted planning consent (reference 18/0100/FUL). For a change of use from A3 restaurant to a four bedroom residential dwelling. Full information on the planning application can be found under the above reference by visiting: https://www.chelmsford.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/
The planning consent will allow the creation of a desirable dwelling in a much sought after village green location including space for on-site car parking. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2041365 )
30 The Green, Chelmsford, CM1 3DU
Type: General Retail, Land, Mixed Use, Residential, Restaurants/Cafes, Residential, Retail - High Street, Land, Retail, Commercial Land, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure
30 The Green, Writtle, Chelmsford, CM1 3DUGBChelmsford, ChelmsfordEssexCM1 3DU52, The Green
Royal Clarence Yard has, over the last 10 years, been redeveloped from its original use as a Royal Naval Victualling Yard to a successful mix of residential, light industry, office and restaurant/leisure uses. The subject site is identified as a significant opportunity to create a major new employment hub specialising in marine activity, fully utilising the deep water access to Portsmouth Harbour.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2041289 )
Royal Clarence Yard Osborne Road, Gosport, PO12 1AX
The site is one of the most prominent in Macclesfield town centre. It is found on the corner of Roe Street and Churchill Way. The Churchill Way (A538) frontage is approximately 84 metres in length. Churchill Way is the principal vehicular route through the town centre. The site has been cleared and is currently used for car parking.
The adjacent listed Georgian town house at 57 Roe Street is under the same ownership and could be made available if required. It is currently divided into three self contained flats. Further information is available on request.
PLANNING: The site falls within a mixed use area as defined in the Cheshire East Local Plan and a small element falls into a conservation area. Interested parties should consult directly with Cheshire East on possible acceptable uses for the site.
TENURE: Believed to be Freehold, although interested parties should make their own enquiries via their solicitors.
The site presently comprises of a non-trading 72 en-suite bedroom hotel, set over 3 storeys, plus basements. It is an imposing Victorian era hotel building occupying a coastal position within grounds providing car parking and garden areas. There is a Lift (from ground to first floor). The hotel comprises of an entrance reception and large open plan lounge areas with seating and tables. Large restaurant, bar with a lounge. The health club comprises of a heated swimming pool. Sauna and steam room. Function rooms. There is a range of double, triple and family bedrooms. The hotel building has been extended to the rear over time and therefore provides deceptively spacious size. The car park provides 4 no. separate entrance/exit points, a drop off facility and multiple car parking spaces. On road car parking is also available surrounding the hotel and along the Promenade road. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 5800 )
109 � 115, SOUTH PROMENADE, ST ANNES ON SEA, FY8 1NP
BEST BIDS are being invited - Deadline is Tues 11 Dec 2018.
The Ark, Norwich Road, is a public house with land on a total area of 2.09 acres. The property comprises a large, detached, public house/restaurant with trade areas on the ground floor, living accommodation on the first floor, good-sized car park and rear gardens/land. Close-by is Thetford Retail Park which includes Aldi, Halfords, Farmfoods and Jollyes.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 165210 )
The Ark, Norwich Road, Thetford, IP24 2JE
Type: Land, Leisure Property, Restaurants/Cafes, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Residential, Retail - Out of Town, Commercial Land, Licensed & Leisure, Retail
Cumnock Town Centre Entire building 3,938sq ft Potential for alternate use (subject to planning) Lease: £12,000per annum Freehold: £85,000
The subjects occupy a prominent position on the East side of Glaisnock Street within the town centre of Cumnock. Cumnock is situated in East Ayrshire approximately 40 miles South of Glasgow city Centre and 15miles East of Ayr.
Cumnock is an expanding area with extensive residential development in surrounding areas over recent years with a varied demographic the town is serviced by excellent public transport links along with ease of access to the M77 motorway network. neighbouring occupiers include Cumnock Town Hall, Co-Op Food, William Hill, Kebab plus, Savers beauty and the Dumfries Arms Hotel.
The subject comprise a traditional 3 storey building of sandstone construction surmounted by a mansard roof overlaid in slate with small private garden to the rear. The subjects are accessed via recessed aluminium framed glazed door secured by traditional twin heavy timber outer doors. Internally the ground floor offers main banking hall with several portioned offices along with storage rooms, storm rooms, w.c. facilities & staff area.
The upper floors are accessed via an internal staircase via a separate entrance at ground floor leading to first and second floors. There upper floors offer ancillary office accommodation, male and female w.c. and tea prep area.
Area the subjects have been measured on a net internal area basis and offer he following floor areas;
The property comprises a unique Grade II listed building built in the 1930's which was formerly used as a billiards hall and Indian restaurant. The restaurant is fit out to a high standard throughout keeping the buildings character with exposed timber beams, timber floors, exposed brickwork and open kitchen.
The property is currently configured to provide an attractive lobby/entrance with disabled access to the front leading to the bar areas and lounge/seating area near the entrance. The restaurant caters for 150 covers throughout the middle of the property with seating arranged on different levels. To the rear of the property is the open kitchen and WC facilities. Additional storage and cold stores are located on a mezzanine above the kitchen.
Externally, the site is self contained with a small yard to the rear accessed via two rear entrances.
The lease has recently been re-geared to a newly formed company EGE 48 Ltd (CRN 11029230) at an initial rent of £21,000 per annum (exclusive plus VAT) for a term of 15 years from and including 10 October 2018 and expiring 9 October 2033 providing an unexpired lease term of 14.9 years to expiry with no break clause.
The lease provides for upwards only rent reviews on the fifth and tenth anniversaries of the term to open market rental value (OMRV).
Istanbul Grill is a Mediterranean restaurant and cocktail bar. There are currently 4 restaurants trading as Istanbul Grill in Greater Manchester and another in Cheshire which has been rebranded as Topkapi Palace. Each restaurant has been opened and established by the same restaurant owner and has been subsequently sold onto staff in each instance. The restaurants are owned and operated independently.
Istanbul Grill Urmston was established over 4.5 years ago as Istanbul Grill (Urmston) Limited and we are informed by the tenants they trade very well.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 701 )
47 Station Road, Manchester, M41 9JG
Type: Retail - High Street, Restaurants/Cafes, Retail, Licensed & Leisure
47 Station Road, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9JGGBTrafford, ManchesterLancashireM41 9JG23, Station Road
The property comprises a substantial Grade II listed church building of stone construction beneath a pitched slate roof.
Internally, the accommodation is largely open plan in layout with many traditional features including pillars, archways and stained glass windows.
Externally, there is some on-site parking and additional land with a site area of approx. 0.6 acres.
The property has a D1 planning consent (Place of Worship). Under this use the property could also be used as a nursery, training centre community centre, clinic use etc.
Alternative uses may be considered on a subject to planning basis. Further enquiries to be made direct with the Local Planning Authority.
Restrictive covenants and Pastoral (Church Buildings Disposal) Scheme
Restrictive covenants will be included in the transfer of the property to ensure that the approved development is carried forward. Further details of these are available from the agents.
A closed Church of England church is sold under special legal provision - a Pastoral (Church Buildings Disposal) Scheme is the legal document empowering the Church Commissioners to sell a closed church for a specific use. The sale of the church would, therefore, be subject to the making of such a scheme following public consultation. Further details about the procedures involved may be found on the Commissioners' web-site at www.ccpastoral.org.