A Prime City Centre Development Opportunity with forthcoming outline consent situated in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.
The Property was previously occupied by a two-storey former Nightclub building. The building was demolished in 2021, leaving a level site of circa 0.30 acres (0.12 hectares) in area.
The Property is located within Hull City Centre, immediately adjacent to, and at the junction of, Osborne Street and Anne Street. It occupies a highly accessible location, being within a 5 minute walk of Hull Paragon Rail and Bus Interchange and close to the A1079 (Ferensway) dual carriageway, which links to the A63 to the south. The Property is also close to the city centre primary shopping area, with the Princes Quay, Prospect and St Stephens Shopping Centres all within a 5 minute walk. The arts and cultural attractions, as well shopping, cafés, bars and restaurants located within and around Hull Marina and the Fruit Market are also within a 10 minute walk of the Property.
Prime Hull City Centre Opportunity
An outline planning application was submitted in July 2021 (ref. 21/01046/ OUT) for the following: “Mixed use development comprising up to 3,621.8 sq.m gross residential floorspace (Class C3) and up to 403.5 sq.m gross non-residential floorspace (Class E / Sui Generis) in one block of up to eight storeys, including ground and first floor car parking, with associated public open space, landscaping and access.” This application is currently being determined by Hull City Council but the proposed development of the Property is considered to be acceptable in principle based on the Council’s 2021 Pre Application Response. The Property also has the potential for the development of other uses subject to planning, with planning permission previously granted for the development of a 135 bed hotel (ref. 13/00549/FULL). For further information on planning please contact Hull City Council’s planning department.
Three international airports are within one and a half hours’ drive. Eight direct rail services run each day between Hull and London taking as little as 2 hours 40 minutes each way. There is an hourly service on the Trans Pennine line to Leeds (and on to Manchester and its airport) and a twice-hourly service to Doncaster and Sheffield (with connections to the East Coast Main Line and into the Midlands). It is linked to the national motorway network via the A63 dual carriageway directly leading to the M62, M18 and A1.
Hull Paragon (0.4 miles)
Cottingham (3.6 miles)
Barrow Haven (3.8 miles)