Design and build Trade Counter options in prominent location.
Newport is situated in south-east Wales along the M4 between Cardiff and the Severn Bridge. Newport is a short drive from Cardiff and is well connected by road to the nearby city of Bristol (40 minutes drive away). The catchment area includes the towns of Chepstow, Monmouth, Abergavenny, Cwmbran and Pontypridd. Severn Stiles Avenue is accessed from J24 of the M4 motorway and by driving 4 minutes along the Newport Southern Distributor Road, the A48. The M4 motorway runs east west through south Wales towards England. The A48 runs around the south of Newport, connected at both ends with the M4 and providing further local connections by road.
The current design of building consists of two retail units, each one providing 20,000 sq ft of retail space. However, the units can be split to provide unit from 3,000 sq ft with provision for yard areas and loading zones. The units can be constructed to meet occupier needs subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
Construction will commence once terms area agreed.
City Centre Offices with Redevelopment Potential (Subject to planning)
Newport is the third largest city in Wales (resident population approximately 146,000) and occupied a strategic location on the M4 between Cardiff and Bristol. The city benefits from excellent transport links, being less than two hours from London by rail, 15 minutes from Cardiff and 20 minutes from Bristol Parkway. Drive time to Cardiff is just 20 minutes and both Bristol and Cardiff Airports are reached in under an hour. The property occupies a prominent position on Corporation Road, one of the main arterial routes on the eastern side of the city which is divided by the river Usk. Pedestrian access to the city centre is a short walk from Corporation Road via the city centre footbridge which leads directly to the new Friars Walk shopping centre, which opened in November 2015.
Floor Description sq m sq ft Basement Storage 743 8,000 Ground Offices 926 9,967 First Offices 926 9,967 Second Offices 926 9,967 Third Offices 926 9,967 TOTAL Gross Internal Area 4,447 47,868
The property is offered part freehold and part long ground leasehold (rear parking area). Full terms and price upon application. Alternatively, consideration may be given to proposals for a lease of the vacant parts, subject to status.
Viewings strictly by appointment with the sole agents.
FOR SALE - Zoned employment land for development subject to necessary consents.
Cwrt y Gollen is a large (24 hectare) former army camp. It is situated on the outskirts of Glangrwyney, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It lies on the A40 between Abergavenny and Crickhowell, which forms the main transport route across the National Park.
The land allocated for employment use comprises of circa 3.5 acres (1.2 ha) and is situated within the Brecon Beacons National Parks authority. The site is a large, degraded former Army camp and is located within a mature parkland setting with a number of existing buildings, concrete footprints of demolished buildings and acres of hardstanding. The subject site is likely to be most suitable for B1 commercial employment uses and/or residential institutions (Class C2). Other employment generating uses such as education/training facilities or D2 leisure related businesses which could be linked to recreational use of the open space in the western section of the site, may also be appropriate.
Residential - 3.7 ha net / 70 dwellings Employment - 1.4 ha / floor space to be agreed depending on mix of uses; Open space / community facilities - 19.3 ha
Strictly by appointment with sole agents.