-- All interested parties are now invited to submit offers to purchase the Property. All bids should be received by no later than 12noon on Monday 19th December 2022.
For a bid proposal form please contact:
Sam Shaikh MRICS
029 2060 7588
0779 9110 309
The Property comprises an area of undeveloped virgin land currently formed of trees, low-level vegetation and scrubland.
The Property could offer industrial, logistics, leisure and/or residential development opportunities, subject to the necessary planning permissions and development consents being obtained.
Geological information shows that the site also contains an estimated 882,000 tonnes of sand and gravel and we are advised no extraction has taken place.
The Property lies adjacent to the Thames Road Industrial Area and the Crayford Industrial Area, home to a range of commercial and logistics occupiers and permitted waste activities.
There are two electricity pylons sited within the boundary of the site. An underground electricity cable and gas pipe also pass through the site.
Located in Crayford, the prospective development site lies approximately 1km north-west of Dartford and 3km north-east of Bexley.
The site benefits from being situated 3km west of the M25 Junction 1a for the Dartford Crossing and 2.5km north of the A2 motorway.
The site is also located 1.5km north west from Dartford train station and town centre and 2km north east from Crayford train station.
Vehicular access to the site is gained to the northern boundary of the Property off Thames Road (A206). Pedestrian access can be gained from Maiden Lane via the A226 Dartford Road.
TOWN and COUNTRY PLANNING
The Property does not currently benefit from planning permission for commercial or residential development.
The Property does not currently benefit from planning permission for mineral extraction.
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the planning and development consents required for any potential development scheme.
TENURE and POSSESSION
The freehold interest is available with vacant possession upon completion. The vendor would consider a sale with a development overage and/or a mineral reservation to retain all mines and minerals (sand and gravel) if sold for non-mineral purposes.
The freehold is subject to several covenants.
EASEMENT and OTHER RIGHTS
The interest in the property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether or not specifically mentioned. A wayleave agreement granted to the Central Electricity Board in 1965 permits erection and use of the electricity pylons and ancillary equipment.
To be confirmed. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries as to the nature of service on site.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty.
An online data room will be made available upon request, subject to the terms of a Confidentiality Agreement.
London Borough of Bexley, Civic Offices,
2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, DA6 7AT.
Viewings strictly by appointment only, via Carter Jonas - Birmingham
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