121 Broad Street is located in Dagenham, a large suburb of East London situated within the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. The site is situated on the eastern side of Broad Street approximately 700m to the south east of Dagenham Heathway Station and 700m to the north of New Road (A1306).
The building is a former social club located on Broad Street, Dagenham. The building is prominently located with a good frontage. Spread over ground and first floors, it is a mix of open plan hall spaces with ancillary offices throughout. The main hall is located on the ground floor with a potential to seat in excess of 500 people with further reception and toilet facilities. On the first floor you will find a secondary hall capable of seating a further capacity of another 150-200 people. This secondary hall leads on to a roof terrace of around a further 2,000 Sq Ft which overlooks a car park suitable for 30+ vehicles.
The site comprises a roughly ’T’ shaped parcel of land which fronts onto Broad Street and extends rearwards behind neighbouring development. The site measures some 0.2ha in area.
Vendor was due to submit planning for a change of use to D1 place of worship/ community use. They had carried out an initial concept study to develop the site in order to split the site to create better vehicular access whilst simultaneously splitting the building into a main sanctuary with separate youth church. If requested, this report can be sent across.
There is currently planning consent for 20 residential units on the site. This planning was granted to provide 6 one bedroom flats and 14 two bedroom flats with parking for 18 vehicles. Part of the planning permission was to retain a D1 commercial unit which would be offered to the Local Authority at a peppercorn rent. For further information, please get in touch.
Lower Ground Floor: 1,001 sq ft Ground Floor: 7,815 sq ft First Floor: 2,679 sq ft
We have been given to understand that the property is a former social club and currently has D2 planning. There has been an initial concept study for development and change of use to D1 Place Of Worship. Interested parties are advised to speak to the Planning department at the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham for clarification.
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