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Location & Description
A detached two storey property comprising a ground floor public house, basement store and first floor manager's flat. On the south side of the High Street, a short distance from Plaistow underground station (District line and Hammersmith & City line) and about 1½ miles from central Stratford and Westfield.

Accommodation

Ground Floor Pub: 989 sq ft (92 sq m) plus Ladies & Gents WCs, rear parking
Basement Store: 894 sq ft (83 sq m)
First Floor Manager's Flat: 4 rooms, kitchen, bathroom, 2 sep WCs
Entirely let on a repairing and insuring lease to P D Wood (by assignment) for 30 years from 08.05.1990 at a rent of £20,000 p.a. Rent deposit held of £5,000. The lease is free of tie.

Lease Details
99 years from 09.03.1967 (about 48¼ years unexpired) at a ground rent of £325 p.a.

EQUIVALENT TO £20,000 p.a. WITH PLANNING PERMISSION

PLANNING
Planning permission granted by L. B. Newham on 09.11.2016 (Ref: 16/01992/FUL) for demolition of Victoria Tavern and erection of a new four storey residential development consisting of 8 units (1x1 bed, 3x2 bed and 2x3 bed flats (1 being a duplex) and 1x2 bed townhouse and 1x3 bed townhouse) with provisions for 16 secure cycle spaces and refuse/recycling facilities. A CIL will be chargeable on this development.

Property Features

Equivalent £20,000 p.a.
Planning Permission Granted for Residential Development
Close to Plaistow Underground Station
VAT Payable (TOGC may apply)
EPC Rating: E
Victoria Tavern, 28, High Street, London, E13 0AJ
LEASEHOLD COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT WITH PLANNING PERMISSION
Type: Residential, Flat, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Location: Victoria Tavern, 28 High Street, London, E13 0AJ
Size: 175 Sq M
Images: 3
Brochures: 1
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Location
The property is in the centre of the village Crowle close to the Co-op and Tesco. Cross Street is off Woodland Avenue. Crowle is in North East Lincolnshire, 5 miles west of Scunthorpe and 2 miles from Junction 2, M180 motorway.

Description
Detached former Public House with ancillary owners accommodation and a former barn on a site of approximately 0.037 hectares (0.09 acres).

Accommodation
Ground Floor: Front Bar, Rear Bar, Restaurant, Kitchen, Male and Female WC's 159 sq m (1708 sq ft)

First Floor (Accessed From The Pub): Lounge, Kitchen, Dining Room, Bedroom, Bathroom 78 sq m (840 sq ft)
Outside
Barn with ground floor storage and open plan first floor

Rear courtyard plus yard

Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, North Lincolnshire Council, Civic Centre, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. DN16 1AB. Tel: 01724 296296.

General
Energy Performance Certificate = C.

Solicitors
TLT LLP, 1 Redcliff Street, Bristol, Avon, BS1 6TP.
Tel: 0333 0061099. E-mail: saiema.hussain@tltsolicitors.com.
Contact: Ms Saiema Hussain.
The Former Lock Stock and Barrel Public House, Cross Street, Scunthorpe, DN17 4LJ
detached former public house with ancillary owners accommodation and a former barn
Type: Flat, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Residential, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The Former Lock Stock and Barrel Public House Cross Street, Scunthorpe, DN17 4LJ
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Location
The property is located in a prominent commercial position close to the centre of Wigan, adjacent to a Tesco supermarket and filling station, a large multi storey car park and approximately 1/3 of a mile from the Grand Arcade shopping centre. The building lies at the intersection of Powell Street and Hilton Street.

Description
Two storey premises currently trading as a sports bar and snooker hall. At ground floor the premises are arranged as bar area to the front, with snooker hall areas at the rear and also at first floor level. The property is let at £25,000 per annum for a term of 10 years from 1st January 2016.

Accommodation
The following approximate floor areas have been taken from the VOA website:

Ground Floor: 375 sq m (4,038 sq ft)
First Floor: 187 sq m (2,012 sq ft)
Site Area
Approximately 242 sq m (290 sq yds).

Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Wigan Council, Planning & Transport, Places Directorate, PO Box 100, Wigan WN1 3DS. planningrepresentations@wigan.gov.uk.

Tenancy
The property is subject to an FRI lease commencing from the 01/01/2016 at a current rent reserved at £25,000 pa with 5 yearly reviews and a tenant break on the 5th anniversary subject to a 12 month notice.

General
Energy Performance Certificate = G.

Solicitors
BTMK Solicitors Limited, Madison House, 100 Alexandra Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1HQ.
Tel: 01702 339222. E-mail: ian.powell@btmk.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Ian Powell.
21, Powell Street, Wigan, WN1 1XD
two storey premises currently trading as a sports bar and snooker hall let at £25,000 per annum
Type: Leisure Property, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Location: 21 Powell Street, WN1 1XD
Size: 562 Sq M
Images: 7
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UNSOLD, THE LAST BID WAS £111,000. PLEASE REFER TO AUCTIONEER FOR RESERVE

Tenure
Freehold

Location
The building is situated close to local shops and amenities in the town of Hendon to the eastern area of Sunderland. The open spaces of Mowbray and Backhorse are within easy reach. Transport links are provided by Sunderland rail station.

Description
The property occupies a prominent corner island position comprising a detached 3 storey building formerly used as function rooms with residential accommodation above.

Planning
Local Authority
Sunderland City Council
0191 520 5550

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Accommodation
Ground Floor
Bar servery area and pool room with seating for 95 people
Rear L-Shaped lounge with seating for approximately 60 people.
Toilets, large cellar and rear offices.

GIA approximately 5,000 sq.ft (467.29 sq.m)

First Floor
Concert Room with seating for approximately 200 people
Large bar servery, toilets, artists changing rooms and committee room.

GIA approximately 5,000 sq.ft (467.29 sq.m)



Second Floor
Three Bedrooms, Reception Room, Kitchen, Bathroom with WC & wash basin.
Three Further Rooms

GIA approximately 1,558 sq ft (144.77 sq.m)

Exterior
The property benefits from a rear yard and storage areas.

VIEWING TIMES
Open House Viewing Times
17th October 12:00-12:30
19th October 12:00-12:30
24th October 12:00-12:30
26th October 12:00-12:30
38a, Suffolk Street, Sunderland, SR2 8JZ
A SUBSTANTIAL VACANT FREEHOLD DETACHED COMMERCIAL BUILDING. OFFERED WITH REDEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
Type: Residential, Leisure Property, Offices, Licensed & Leisure
Location: 38a Suffolk Street, SR2 8JZ
Size: 11618 Sq Ft
Images: 2
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Location & Description

A ground floor commercial unit within a modern mixed use development of approximately 350 flats and commercial units and close to the recently completed Imperial College halls of residence development. Located within the North Acton gyratory system just to the north of the A40 and approximately 2 miles west of Hanger Lane. North Acton underground station is about ⅓ mile to the north.
The property was previously occupied as a yoga studio and therefore benefits from a D2 use. Nearby occupiers include Tesco local, Domino Pizza, Carphone Warehouse and Holiday Inn.

ACCOMMODATION (Not inspected)

1,500 sq ft (139 sq m) including kitchen, male & female changing room, WC

Lease Details

999 years from June 2006 at a peppercorn

OFFERED VACANT THE PROPERTY IS SUITABLE FOR OCCUPATION/INVESTMENT AND SUBJECT TO CONSENT MAY BE SUITABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT/ALTERNATIVE USES.

EPC Rating
On application
54 Poulton Court, Victoria Road, London, W3 6EJ
VACANT LONG LEASEHOLD D2 PREMISES
Type: Mixed use, Leisure Property, Warehouse, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure, Industrial
Location: 54 Poulton Court Victoria Road, London, W3 6EJ
Size: 1500 Sq Ft
Images: 2
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Location & Description

A former public house located within a small village of Upper Sundon approximately 6 miles north of Luton and 1½ miles east of the soon to be opened, new Junction 11A of the M1.
Comprising a detached mainly two storey mock tudor property overlooking a small village green, with additional single storey side and rear extension together with rear garden and a neighbouring substantial roughly surfaced car park.

ACCOMMODATION (Not inspected)

First Floor: 3 rooms, shower/WC
Ground Floor: 2 bar areas, kitchen, male & female WCs
Cellar
Rear garden with various outbuildings & sheds
Neighbouring car parking area.

OFFERED VACANT AND SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION

PLANNING
The property benefits from planning permission (ref: 17/03304/ful) for a change of use to a residential dwelling.

EPC Rating
E
The White Hart, 56, Streatley Road, Luton, LU3 3PQ
FREEHOLD VACANT PUBLIC HOUSE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR CHANGE OF USE TO RESIDENTIAL
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Residential, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The White Hart, 56 Streatley Road, Luton, LU3 3PQ
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*THIS PROPERTY IS STILL AVAILABLE - PLEASE CONTACT THE AUCTIONEER FOR MORE DETAILS*

Located in a pretty rural location. An historic and attractive detached public house of some 2,676 sq ft on a good size site of approximately 0.43 acres, having possible redevelopment potential subject to the usual consents - Vacant

Registration for bidders will be at 8:00 am.

Tenure
Freehold.

Location
Brimpton Common Village is located some 6 miles south-east of Newbury and 10 miles south-west of Reading
The property is situated in a prominent trading position on the busy B3051
Shopping facilities are available locally in Reading and Newbury, along with an excellent selection of cafés, bars and restaurants
Recreational facilities are available locally on Brimpton Common, which is conveniently close by
Nearby road communications are via the B3051
Newbury, Reading

Description
Historic property mentioned in the Domesday Book
Detached former public house with thatched roof
Internally, the property retains many character features
Traditional bar area with modern conservatory
Serving 70 covers
Well equipped professional trade kitchen
Residential accommodation above
Outside trading area
Parking for 30 cars

Accommodation
Ground Floor – Bar Area, Dining Room, Function Room, Trade Kitchen, Storage and Preparation Areas, Cellar, WCs
Ground Floor – Bar Area 1,304 sq ft
Ground Floor – Ancillary Area 785 sq ft
First Floor – Lounge, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom
First Floor Area – 587 sq ft
Total 2,676 sq ft
Total Site Area 0.43 Acres
The Pineapple, Brimpton Common, Reading, RG7 4RN
Vacant freehold building
Type: Flat, Residential, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The Pineapple, Brimpton Common , Reading, RG7 4RN
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Features

Public house free of tie
Freehold
Previous rent £12,700 pa for ground floor and two flats
✓ Previous gross yield 14.26%
Three flats to the first floor
Third flat requires updating
Estimated rent for third flat £4,200 pa after works
Potential gross yield of 18.9%

Location
The subject property is located on Byerley Road, Shildon.

Shildon and the surrounding areas are made up primarily of residential properties. This is an established location, with good access links provided by the A1 to the East. Durham city centre is approximately 13 miles to the north

Shildon offers a wide range of amenities including various supermarkets, schools and parks. There are also several industrial estates within the area providing a good level of employment.

Description
Two storey public house of traditional brick construction with residential accommodation above. To the ground floor there is a fully fitted and equipped bar area, CCTV and alarm system throughout, pool table, kitchen to the rear, male and female W.C facilities.

Externally, the property benefits from off street parking, enclosed smoking area and electric roller shutter providing vehicular access.

The first floor has separate access and comprises of two individual one bedroom flats and a two bedroom flat. The third flat requires refurbishment and will provide two individual bedrooms, living room and bathroom facilities.

Accommodation
The property measures approximately 166m2 (1794ft2).

Services
We understand the property has connections to gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Tenure
The property is freehold with vacant possession

Business Rates
The premises have a current rateable value of £6,500.

*Guide Price
£89,000

Investment Analysis
The property was previously let out on a 5 year term. The passing rent was £12,700 per annum exclusive for the public house and a one bedroom flat. The tenant occupied a one bedroom flat, which was included in the lease. The freeholder, agreed by separate negotiation with the tenant that sub-letting of the other one bedroom flat is permitted. The other two bedroom flat could be let on an AST basis by the freeholder, providing an additional income of £4,200 pa, reflecting a gross yield of 18.9%.
Byerley Road, Shildon, DL4 1HH
INVITING INTEREST: – Trading Public House – Three First Floor Flats – Current Rent £19,200
Type: Residential, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Flat, Mixed Use, Licensed & Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: The Crossings, Byerley Road, Shildon, DL4 1HH
Size: 1794 Sq Ft
Images: 5
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Features

Free of tie public house
Vacant possession
Popular residential location
Planning consent for two bedroom cottage adjacent to the premises.
Planning Ref 7/2014/0034/DM
Two bedroom flat to first floor
Recently refurbished
Off Street Parking.
Site approximately 0.16 acres
Potential for redevelopment (STP)

Location
The subject property is located on eastern side of Auckland Terrace in the small town of Shildon in County Durham.
This is an established location, with good access links provided by the A1 to the East, and Durham city centre approximately 13 miles to the north.
Shildon offers a wide range of amenities including various supermarkets, schools and parks. there is also several industrial estates within the area providing a good level of employment.
Description
This currently vacant public house consists of a recently refurbished bar area, smoking area to the rear, 2 bedroom flat above, a childrens play area and a good sized car park.
Planning consent was granted on 30/01/2014 by Durham County Council to convert and extend the garage and storage units to form a new residential unit adjacent to the public house. Planning Ref 7/2014/0034/DM.
Potential redevelopment could include mixed use commercial and residential or demolition and construction of a quantity of residential units (STP).
Services
We understand the property has connections to mains gas, electricity, water & drainage.

Tenure
Freehold

Business Rates
The premises have a current rateable value of £13,000.

*Guide Price
£90,000

VAT
TBA
119, Auckland Terrace, Shildon, DL4 1AZ
INVITING INTEREST: Recently Refurbished – Freehold Public House – Planning Consent for Two Bed Cottage
Type: Flat, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Mixed Use, Residential, Licensed & Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: 119 Auckland Terrace, DL4 1AZ
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Features

✓Public house free of tie
✓Freehold
✓Previous rent £12,700 pa for ground floor and two flats
✓ Previous gross yield 14.26%
✓Three flats to the first floor
✓Third flat requires updating
✓Estimated rent for third flat £4,200 pa after works
✓Potential gross yield of 18.9%

Location
The subject property is located on Byerley Road, Shildon.

Shildon and the surrounding areas are made up primarily of residential properties. This is an established location, with good access links provided by the A1 to the East. Durham city centre is approximately 13 miles to the north

Shildon offers a wide range of amenities including various supermarkets, schools and parks. There are also several industrial estates within the area providing a good level of employment.

Description
Two storey public house of traditional brick construction with residential accommodation above. To the ground floor there is a fully fitted and equipped bar area, CCTV and alarm system throughout, pool table, kitchen to the rear, male and female W.C facilities.

Externally, the property benefits from off street parking, enclosed smoking area and electric roller shutter providing vehicular access.

The first floor has separate access and comprises of two individual one bedroom flats and a two bedroom flat. The third flat requires refurbishment and will provide two individual bedrooms, living room and bathroom facilities.

Accommodation
The property measures approximately 166m2 (1794ft2).

Services
We understand the property has connections to gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Tenure
The property is freehold with vacant possession

Business Rates
The premises have a current rateable value of £6,500.

*Guide Price
£89,000

Investment Analysis
The property was previously let out on a 5 year term. The passing rent was £12,700 per annum exclusive for the public house and a one bedroom flat. The tenant occupied a one bedroom flat, which was included in the lease. The freeholder, agreed by separate negotiation with the tenant that sub-letting of the other one bedroom flat is permitted. The other two bedroom flat could be let on an AST basis by the freeholder, providing an additional income of £4,200 pa, reflecting a gross yield of 18.9%.
225, Byerley Road, Shildon, DL4 1HH
INVITING INTEREST: – Trading Public House – Three First Floor Flats – Current Rent £19,200
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Licensed & Leisure
Location: 225 Byerley Road, DL4 1HH
Size: 1794 Sq Ft
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Features

Development site of approx 0.3 Acre
Close to Media City
Desirable location
Potential for commercial or residential development (STP)
Good sized parking area
In regeneration area of Manchester
Close to city centre
Excellent transport links
Freehold

Location
Manchester city centre is less than 3 miles to the north east of The Village Inn, and is situated in the heart of Trafford Park Village that is within easy walking distance of Manchester United Football Stadium, which has plans to further expand their operations which include a new U21 15,000 capacity stadium and training grounds this brings the Manchester United Complex closer to the site.
Approximately 1 mile to the north of the property is the ever expanding Media City, a new waterfront development, hosting major media employers such as the BBC and ITV Studios. Media City has many leisure facilities including a cinema, gymnasium and various restaurants.
The highly successful Media City residential developments confirm demand for housing to the south west of Manchester city centre is strong, and expected to spread further south in the foreseeable future.

Description
The site currently consists of a well established public house and a two bedroom flat, together with a good sized car park, the total site area is approximately 0.3 acres and the main building is approx. 7,500 ft2. The site currently benefits from a 24 hour trading license for alcohol and food, with an outdoor live music license until 10 pm.

The Trafford Park Metrolink extension is currently well underway and ahead of target, proving to be the catalyst for a number of new projects and increased interest in the local property sector, linking Trafford Park with the Trafford Centre and the ever expanding Media City at Salford Quays.

The Wharfside rectangle which stretches from Sam Platts pub through to ITV studios and the Village Circle, previously earmarked for mixed use development of residential, office and retail, has already seen the start of some new developments.

The Village Inn is situated in the heart of Trafford Park Village within easy walking distance of Manchester United Football Stadium, which has plans to further expand their operations. The first residential planning permission within the Trafford Park area was passed earlier this year, marking the beginning of the Wharfside rectangle development.

Planning
Interested parties should contact Trafford Council on 0161 912 2000.

Services
The site is connected to mains gas, electricty, water and drainage.

Investment Analysis
Due the fast changing demographics of the area, for the site to maximise its potential, it would benefit from a new development of either mixed use office/warehouse or full conversion to a two/three storey office.
With the expansion of the nearby Media City, commercial re-development of the site would see interest from associated local and regional businesses requiring new work space within an area where property prices are stlil competitively priced.

Viewings
Please contact John Pye Property on 0115 970 6060 or property@johnpye.co.uk
Village Inn, Third Avenue, Manchester, M17 1DQ
Development Opportunity (STP) Established Public House and Car Park Site Area Approximately 0.3 acres
Type: Residential, Mixed use, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure
Location: Village Inn Third Avenue, Manchester, M17 1DQ
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*UNSOLD, THE LAST BID WAS £730,000. PLEASE REFER TO AUCTIONEER FOR RESERVE*

Tenure
Freehold

Location
The property is situated on a residential road off the main high street in Slough. The open spaces of Salt Hill Park are within easy reach.
Transport links are provided by Slough rail station.


Accommodation
Ground Floor
Reception Room
Kitchen
Eight Letting Rooms
Storage
Two Separate Shower Rooms with WC & wash basin
Bathroom with WC & wash basin

First Floor
Twelve Letting Rooms
Kitchen
Four Separate W.Cs with wash basin
Two Shower Rooms with wash basin

Tenancy
The property is subject to individual weekly tenancies at a combined income of £170,300 per annum (correct at the time of going to print).

Current Rent Reserved
Current Rent Reserved £170,300 per annum (Correct at Time of Print)

45, Ledgers Road, Slough, SL1 2RQ
A TWENTY BEDROOM DETACHED GUEST HOUSE FULLY LET ON INDIVIDUAL WEEKLY TENANCIES PRODUCING £170,300 PER ANNUM
Type: Residential, Hotels, Licensed & Leisure
Location: 45 Ledgers Road, SL1 2RQ
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The property fronts on to Rodney Street (A577) close to the intersection with King Street in Wigan town centre. Wigan North Western Train Station is approximately 300 metres to the West.

Description
Vacant town centre three storey bar/nightclub approximately 413.03 sq m (4,446 sq ft) part in need of refurbishment.

Accommodation
We detail below the following accommodation and net internal areas:

Ground Floor 195.18 sq m (2,101 sq ft)
First Floor 178.46 sq m (1,921 sq ft)
Second Floor 39.39 sq m (424 sq ft)

Total: 413.03 sq m (4,446 sq ft)
Outside
Shared tunnel access leading to rear service yard. The title to the property does no include the passage way, just the first floor room above and the property has the benefit of access rights across the passageway.

Tenure
Freehold.

Planning
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Wigan Council, Planning & Transport, Places Directorate, PO Box 100, Wigan WN1 3DS. planningrepresentations@wigan.gov.uk.

4-6, Rodney Street, Wigan, WN1 1DG
Vacant town centre three storey bar/nightclub approximately 413.03 sq m (4,446 sq ft) part in need of refurbishment
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Office, Licensed & Leisure, Offices
Location: 4-6 Rodney Street, Wigan, WN1 1DG
Size: 413 Sq M
Images: 1
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