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Pub/ Restaurant Development Land, Bailey Avenue, Stratford-upon-avon, CV37 8QR

For sale: £350,000.00|0.44 Acres|Land, Restaurants/Cafes, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Commercial Land, Licensed & Leisure

PROPERTY DETAILS

FOR SALE£350,000.00
SIZE0.44 Acres
ADDRESSPub/ Restaurant Development Land, Bailey Avenue, Meon Vale, Stratford-upon-avon, CV37 8QR
TYPELand, Restaurants/Cafes, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Commercial Land, Licensed & Leisure
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON27th July 2020

DESCRIPTION

This development opportunity offers a 0.44 acre site of land within the developed commercial local centre at Meon Vale development, close to Stratford-upon-Avon. Meon Vale was historically an army camp purchased by St Modwen Developments, with approximately 900,000 sq.ft of industrial space and associated hard standing areas. The site has benefited from the development of just over 500 houses to date, with over 1,000 currently consented, with more expected as well as the 7,000 homes consented at Long Marston airfield next door. To the benefit of the housing and as part of the S106, St Modwen developed a convenience store operated by Londis, a £5 million leisure centre, village hall, sport pitches including astro turf and an extended children's play area. As part of the continued investment in Meon Vale, St Modwen have a site to the side of the leisure centre with acquired consent for a 3,500 sq.ft pub/ restaurant with associated outside areas and using the parking in place for the leisure centre and other community aspects. Planning consent 17/03795/REM.

Meon Vale is situated to the south of Stratford upon Avon town, just above the northern tip of the Cotswolds and close to Chipping Campden. The surrounding villages include Long Marston, Lower and Upper Quinton, Welford-on-Avon and Mickleton. The pub/ restaurant plot is situated in the commercial centre of Meon Vale, next to the £5 million leisure centre and sports pitches, across the car park from the convenience store and village hall. The site is also at the southern end of the well known Greenway, a popular cycle track from Stratford town centre and is surrounded by 35 acres of woodland walks.

This development opportunity offers a 0.44 acre site of land within the developed commercial local centre at Meon Vale development, close to Stratford-upon-Avon. Meon Vale was historically an army camp purchased by St Modwen Developments, with approximately 900,000 sq.ft of industrial space and associated hard standing areas. The site has benefited from the development of just over 500 houses to date, with over 1,000 currently consented, with more expected as well as the 7,000 homes consented at Long Marston airfield next door. To the benefit of the housing and as part of the S106, St Modwen developed a convenience store operated by Londis, a £5 million leisure centre, village hall, sport pitches including astro turf and an extended children's play area. As part of the continued investment in Meon Vale, St Modwen have a site to the side of the leisure centre with acquired consent for a 3,500 sq.ft pub/ restaurant with associated outside areas and using the parking in place for the leisure centre and other community aspects. Planning consent 17/03795/REM.

Strictly by appointment with the agent Bromwich Hardy.

Each party is to bear their own legal and surveyors costs incurred in this transaction.

Consented pub/ restaurant development site

Within existing local centre on ever expanding residential development

Beautifully positioned next to the end of the Greenway cycle path

Adjacent occupiers include leisure centre, convenience store and village hall

Opportunity to set up in a blossoming development

Extensive parking already on site


( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 1240 )

LOCATION

Location: Pub/ Restaurant Development Land, Bailey Avenue, Meon Vale, Stratford-upon-avon, CV37 8QR

Honeybourne (3.4 miles)

Stratford-upon-Avon (5.4 miles)

Wilmcote (7.0 miles)

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