A self-contained site allocated for employment use, directly overlooking the Bristol Channel
The site is situated on the eastern outskirts of Barry in an established mixed use area and located approximately seven miles south west of Cardiff City Centre via the A4050 and A4232 Ely Link Road. Access to the M4 motorway is via Junction 33 and Cardiff International Airport is within six miles Nearby major commercial developments include Dow Corning, Dow Chemicals, Centrica (Gas Powered Station), Hexion Chemicals, BOC, Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice and residential development. Nearby trading estates include Atlantic Trading Estate and Ty Verlon Industrial Estate. The site with its coastal frontage, comprises a fairly level, roughly ‘L’ shaped site extending to a total area of approximately 7.6 ha (18.75 acres) with a coastal footpath running along the coastline.
The site is allocated for employment in the Vale of Glamorgan Local Development Plan 2011-2026 as site MG 9(7) for Use Classes B1 and B8. The LDP was adopted in June 2017 and this also highlights the potential use of certain employment sites for sustainable waste management (Policy SP8). By way of background, outline planning permission was granted on 10 January 1989 for uses within Class B1 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes Order 1987) subject to conditions. Ancillary uses within other use classes may be possible, subject to planning. The site lies adjacent to a coastal SSS1 and we are informed that a 2-hectare area of land must be retained to provide a buffer between development and the coastline. This buffer is to take the form of a 50-metre wide landscaped site.
Strictly by appointment through the agents.
Freehold drive through restaurant facility offering a lease with an excellent covenant
The property is prominently situated at the junction of Cadoxton Road, and the B4434, a busy arterial route into Neath town centre. Nearby occupiers on the Vale of Neath Retail Park include Halfords, Lidl, and Topps Tiles. Both B&Q and Morrisonâs are located further south less than a 5 minute walk from the subject property. A comprehensive school (DWR-Y-FELIN) and Neath Port Talbot college lie within 400 metres of the restaurant. It is also located in the middle of a big residential area.
Barry is a coastal town approximately 14km (9 miles) southwest of Cardiff. The site occupies a prime location at the heart of the Innovation Quarter, a 19 acre mixed use development, south west of the town centre within the Barry Waterfront regeneration area. The site is strategically situated at an important highway junction on the main spine road which connects the Waterfront to Barry Island seaside resort. Nearby occupiers include an ASDA supermarket, Premier Inn, Brewers Fayre restaurant, the award winning Grade 2 listed Hydraulic Pump House conversion, the Business Services Centre and the West Quay Medical Centre.
VAT will be payable on the purchase price.
Food and Drink (Use Class A3), Business (Use Class B1), Financial and Professional Services (Use Class A2), Non Residential Institutions (Use Class D1), Assembly and Leisure (Use Class D2), Shops (Use Class A1 as an enabler), Residential (Use Class C3 as an enabler), Live/Work (as an enabler); and Market.
Design quality is very important to our client who will favour imaginative developments of a high standard of sustainable design that must fit in with the client’s indicative mixed use master plan vision for the Innovation Quarter, aimed at creating an urban quarter with a strong sense of place as set out in the Strategic Brief: Guide for Bidders.
Tenders are to be submitted in the manner prescribed within the brief and delivered to the Head of Legal Services, The Vale of Glamorgan Council, Civic Offices, Holton Road, Barry, CF63 4RU in an official tender envelope by 12 Noon on Friday 24 November 2017.
The purchaser will be required to pay the Council’s reasonable legal and surveyor’s fees up to a maximum of £5,000.
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.
A unique opportunity to deliver an enhanced residential development scheme with possibility for alternative developments
The site is accessed directly from the A484 and is situated approximately 3 miles from the town of Cardigan. Carmarthen is located 26 miles to the south east with the M4 Motorway found 39 miles in a south easterly direction, via the A48. West Wales Airport is situated 7 miles away from the village.
Access is provided directly from the A484, which will act as a single entry point to the entire site.
In addition to the planning consent above there is a valuable development opportunity to be had with this land. Subject to the appropriate planning consents, the land or part of could be put to a number of uses including development into retail units or as a trade counter. The site is not situated within a Conservation area and contains no listed buildings or Tree Preservation Orders restricting development.
Strictly by appointment with the joint agents.