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
• Grade II listed Manor House providing approximately 8,714 sq ft (810 sq m) • Former residential care home with a site area approximately 3.59 acres (1.45 ha) • Suitable for alternative uses including residential subject to planning • Close to A11 and market town of Mildenhall • 3D virtual tour available on our website
FORMER CARE HOME AVAILABLE FREEHOLD
Type: Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Middlefield Manor, The Street, IP28 6AWGBBury St. EdmundsSuffolkIP28 6AWThe Street
An existing 4 storey mixed use commercial property in central Luton extending to 20,247 sqft GIA subject to planning permission for an extra floor of B1 office space or Residential conversion.
The property is located on the south side of George Street which is considered to be Luton’s prime retail pitch in the nucleus of Luton Town Centre. The property is a 7 minute walk from Luton Railway Station providing direct services into London St Pancras in approx. 23 minutes and is approximately a 9 minute drive from Luton Airport. The property is an 8 minute walk from the University of Bedfordshire, Luton campus. The University of Befordfordshire currently has 17,000 students (figure based on a 2016/17 census) and we are of the opinion that the scheme could lend itself to student accommodation use.
MIXED USE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Planning permission was submitted on 29th May 2018 for the construction of an extra floor of B1 office space.
The proposed scheme will extend to 24,779 sqft GIA. The scheme provides façade alterations and reconfiguration of the third floor with a use class change from D1 to B1 (Planning Ref: 18/00814/FUL).
The ground floor, use class A2 extends to 4,800 sqft GIA. The 1st and 2nd floor, use class D2 extends to 15,447sqft GIA and the 3rdand proposed 4th floor, use class B1 will extend to 4,532 sqft GIA.
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
The Vendor submitted a separate planning application in August 2018 for the retention of the ground floor use and the change of use of the 1st to 3rd floors into 62 shared living units (Sui Generis).
The ground floor extends to 4,800 sqft GIA and the proposed residential shared living scheme will extend to 10,599sqft NSA (15,447 sqft GIA).
Should the office scheme be granted this will set president for an extra floor, giving the possibility to apply for an extra floor of shared living accommodation via a separate planning application. We advise potential purchasers to undertake their own due diligence on this matter.
The property is available freehold with vacant possession.
OFFICE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY OR RESIDENTIAL/ STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Major town centre development opportunity • GF retail totalling 6,225 sq ft with 132 upper floor apartments totalling 79,172 sq ft • Offers invited by informal tender - freehold with vacant possession
Location The site is located at a prominent highway intersection and forms a gateway into the High Road from Station Road, Middle Street and Styring Street.
Site Area Approximately 0.89 acres (0.36 ha).
Planning An outline planning application has been submitted for the development of the site to provide a net sales area of 7,355 sq m (79,172 sq ft) in one block with the benefit of 57 car parking spaces.
The scheme, subject to planning, will provide a total of 132 private apartments over eight floors comprising of: • 46 no. 1 bedroom apartments • 86 no. 2 bedroom apartments
The development also provides for a ground floor commercial unit of 570 sq m (6,225 sq ft) (GIA) with frontage to the proposed cinema and leisure scheme to the north west of the site.
Planning reference: - The planning authority is Broxtowe Borough Council and the planning reference is:- 18/00360/FUL
In total, if consented, the development will provide 7,355 sq m (79,172 sq ft) of net sales area with a ground floor commercial unit of 570 sq m (6,225 sq ft).
Data Room All available site information is held on our dedicated data room, including the relevant planning documentation and surveys. Please contact us for access.
Services Interested parties are to undertake their own enquiries as to the capability and capacity of services to the development site.
Tenure Freehold with vacant possession.
Method of Sale Offers will be invited by informal tender. The tender timeline will be shared with parties who have expressed an interest.
Price Price upon application.
VAT We are advised that the site has been elected for VAT.
Legal Costs Each party are to bear their own legal costs in connection with this transaction.
Viewings Strictly by appointment only.
Station Road, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2WJ
Type: Retail, General Retail, Mixed Use, Other, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Station Road, Nottingham, NG9 2WJGBNottinghamNottinghamshireNG9 2WJStation Road
Approximately 0.75 acres’ land suitable for residential development subject to planning permission Site includes 3 stone and brick barns Site located on the outskirts of Chard
Chard is an attractive town located in South Somerset close to the Devon and Dorset borders. The town is closely linked to the A303, the A30 and the A358. The Blackdown Hills AONB lies to the west and north of the town and Crewkerne is 8 miles to the east which has access to the mainline train service running between London Waterloo and Exeter St David’s.
The site is offered in two lots;
Lot 1 is 0.75 acres Lot 2 is 0.05 acres
The site is mainly open land with the benefit of three existing barn structures constructed of brick and some situated along the southern boundary. PLANNING
The site adjoins on its southern and eastern boundaries, the Chard Key site which is a mixed use but predominantly residential proposal in the South Somerset adopted Local Plan. As such it is considered that a wholesale redevelopment of this site is a possibility. Prospective purchasers should however make their own enquiries with the planning authority in relation to their specific requirements.
No investigation has been carried out in relation to services to the site, nor are we able to comment on their condition.
METHOD OF SALE
The site is offered for sale by informal tender at a date to be agreed. Offers will be sought either unconditionally or with a 50% overage upon the grant of planning approval being retained by the selling.
FINANCE ACT 1989
Unless otherwise stated, all prices and rents are quoted exclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT).
At any reasonable time with the benefit of these particulars.
Land and buildings at Lordleaze Farm, Chard, Somerset, TA20 2HW
Detailed planning approval for mixed use development of 14 residential units and 3 office/retail units. Grade II Listed building. For sale by Informal Tender.
The property comprises a collection of period stone and brick buildings on a variety of floors. The property is Grade II Listed extending over three storeys with ground floor offices and stores, and workshop areas at first and second floor levels.
To the rear there is a brick built factory building on three/four floors comprising workshop facilities. A more modern extension is provided on the western side.
Access to the property is from Cornhill through a central arch in the building.
Detailed Planning Approval and Listed Building Consent has been granted by South Somerset District Council for a mixed use development of 14 residential units (10 houses, 4 flats and 3 commercial units) involving the demolition of parts of the existing buildings and conversion of others as detailed on the approved plans.
Unique opportunity for developers to provide new homes within an outstanding new village location. Allscott Heath is a former British sugar factory just outside the village of Allscott. Site consists a mixture of greenfield and brownfield land and all former factory buildings have been demolished to slab level. Outline planning permission for up to 470 new homes with 10,000 sq ft commercial, primary school and a new 20 acre sports club. Fully serviced plots from 3 acres available immediately. With phased disposal in mind, the landowner is working with development manager, Northern Trust to prepare a site delivery strategy which will enable utilities to be brought to site and serviced plots to be transferred to developers.